Lowing Products has developed a new virus safety guard or sneeze guard designed for use specifically as a grip tool in the production industry. We are calling this tool the Lowing Products Production Guard.
A month ago, Georgia became one of the first states in the U.S. to begin easing restrictions on businesses amid the coronavirus pandemic. Today, it became the first state to establish official safety guidelines for film and TV production to resume on its sets. The news comes as Tyler Perry is preparing for a July 8 production restart at his Atlanta-based Tyler Perry Studios.
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Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s MI Safe Start Plan outlines how we will begin to re-engage while continuing to keep our communities safe. Re-engagement will happen in phases. Those businesses that are necessary to protect and sustain life are already open. As we move into lower-risk phases, additional business categories will re-open and the restrictions on public gatherings and social interactions will ease.
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Safety guidelines, best practices, and resources for reopening Kent County businesses.
The unions representing casts and crews today announced they have reached an agreement with the major studios on protocols to allow the industry to safely re-open. The protocols pave the way for creative workers, who have been hard hit by the pandemic, to resume their crafts and livelihoods in workplaces redesigned around their health. Guiding principles include strictly enforced testing regimens and safety protocols, a zone-based system, and diligent use of personal protective equipment (PPE). The new measures will be implemented by employers in order to minimize the risk of transmission. To ensure workers’ livelihoods are not burdened with added uncertainty during the pandemic, the agreement also includes COVID-19 sick leave and quarantine pay.