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Concerned about COVID-19?

We have motion picture and performing arts industry-related COVID-19 resources to help guide you through the pandemic.

The following resources can be used to supplement a production’s health and safety program.* They include a wide selection of tools, documents and recommendations to help employers develop production-specific programs. We’ve broken these resources down to be easily searchable by information sheets, departments, topics and services. However, these resources do not replace the need for all employers to develop their own production-specific programs, policies, and procedures, or to comply with local regulations.

* Actsafe’s resources are intended to be used without modification or for use as a template. However, if used as a template, the use of the Actsafe logo is not permitted and must be removed before publishing.


The revised Workers Compensation Act took effect on April 6th, 2020. The revisions are intended to make the Act easier to read and understand, and will not change its legal effect. However, there will still be some change involved. There are references to the Act in Actsafe Safety Association’s materials and resources which will be revised to reflect these updates. Please bear with us during this transition


Actsafe provides free safety and health consulting assistance to the motion picture, television, live event and performing arts industries.
Our team are available to help guide productions through health and safety issues and deliver Actsafe’s resources to the industry.

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Anand Khanna
Motion Picture Services
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Natalli Dias
Safety Advisor,
Motion Picture
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Don Parman
Performing Arts and Live Events
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Will Hellar
Safety Advisor, Performing Arts and Live Events

Actsafe is a not-for-profit health and safety association supporting British Columbia’s arts and entertainment industries.

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