Planning a Safe Show? This is What You Need to Know
The Entertainment Industries have been hit particularly hard by the pandemic. As our events require both technicians, supervisors and often the public to gather in moderate to very large groups in close proximity, the “back to work” dates are looming somewhere in the far-off future. The best we can do at this moment is to plan responsibly for the safe return first of event personnel, and then of the public. To facilitate this discussion, the IATSE has been working with professionals to establish guidelines and baselines for that eventuality. This panel will discuss the work done to date and help focus the discussions taking place about how and when we can get back to work.
1) Learn how to conduct a Job Hazard Analysis.
2) Learn how to begin to develop a Safety Plan based on those findings.
3) Learn how to execute and maintain that plan.
Aug 11, 2020 01:00 PM EDT
Register here: iatse.co/safeshow
Mental Health & Suicide Prevention Presentation
Presented by Lori Rubinstein of Behind the Scenes and Taryn Longo of the Mastery Studio. An overview of tools and resources for mental and emotional wellbeing that are available to individuals seeking help for themselves and for those seeking to help others. Sponsored by the I.A.T.S.E. Education & Training Department. Open to All IATSE brothers, sisters, kin, colleagues, and friends in the Entertainment Industry.
Aug 12, 2020 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM EDT
Register here: iatse.co/mhwebinar