This is a step-by-step guide to assist you in complying with the Injury & Illness Prevention Program (IIPP).
Features and Scripted Television Productions:
Non-Scripted Television Productions:
If you will be filming on the Warner Bros. Studio Facilities Main Burbank Lot or Ranch, refer to the Safety Manual Supplemental Manual for any questions regarding soundstage floor loading, hazardous waste disposal, paint recycling, etc.
(As of June 2018, this applies only to Southern California productions and/or Southern California-based crew hired in Southern California to work on productions anywhere in the USA.)
Where training cannot be verified or is not current per the criteria referenced above, contact your Production Safety Representative as soon as possible to assist in arranging crew training through the IATTF during the Prep Phase
It is recommended that once an EAP has been developed for the production office, stages, shops and mills, that an emergency drill or walk-thru be conducted. Contact your Production Safety Representative to coordinate.
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Inform everyone on your cast and crew that they can anonymously report all safety concerns by calling the Safety Hotline at (818) 954-2800 or (877) 566-8001 Toll-Free (U.S./Canada) or by submitting an anonymous report online.
By completing this step-by-step guide, you have put your production on track to compliance with the Injury & Illness Prevention Program. If you have any questions at all concerning the safety of any aspect of your production, please call your Production Safety Representative or the WB Department of Safety & Environmental Affairs at (818) 954-2890.
Thank you and have a great season!
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