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Welcome to Warner Bros. Studios. If you are a production working in Burbank at any one of our stages, backlot sets and/or offices at our Burbank Main Lot, you will need to click here for our Main Lot Safety information. For all other non-safety studio protocols, you can log onto the  Warner Bros. Studio Operations Client Portal link find a variety of additional information and resources for your production, including our WBSO handbook, maps of our facilities, and various forms to exchange information with all of us at WBSO.

Report a Safety Concern

You have the right to ANONYMOUSLY report unsafe conditions and safety concerns, or to make suggestions on how to improve the Safety Program. For issues that require immediate attention, call:

Report a Safety Incident / Accident

If an injury/illness results in a worker being admitted into a hospital or urgent care, it must also be reported immediately to the Production Executive and Production Safety Representative.

Production Security Guidelines for Crew

At Warner Bros. Discovery, we prioritize the safety and security of all our cast & crew.  Our Global Production Security Team will partner with you to protect our people, content and assets on all productions, large & small.

Security is Everyone’s Responsibility.

We expect every member of our production to be a part of our strong security culture and encourage you to read the guidelines found on the following site: https://www.wbdproductionsecurity.com/set.

WB Safety Staff Directory

Warner Bros. Department of Safety & Environmental Affairs (S&EA) at +1 (818) 954-2890
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This website and the information contained in the Injury & Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) are intended and authorized for the use of employees of this Company only; they are not intended for, nor should they be used by, the general public or any third parties. If you have not been expressly directed to this site by the Warner Bros. Studio Operations Department of Safety & Environmental Affairs, you are not authorized to use this website and you must exit now. The IIPP is a general outline of safe work practices to be used as a guideline for our productions to provide a safe work environment for our employees. Because each particular work situation is different, these IIPP guidelines are intended to be used in conjunction with consulting the appropriate production supervisors and seeking the assistance of our Production Safety personnel. The information contained in this IIPP is not a legal interpretation of any federal, state or local regulations, laws or standards. No warranty is made about any of the contents of this website.