Film and media production services businesses must abide by current restrictions, which are summarised below.
Current restrictions for film and media production services
Updated: 1 March 2021
- Unless workplace- specific capacity limits apply, any shared space, or publicly accessible space, in a workplace must apply a density quotient of when electronic record- keeping capability is in place, such as the . If electronic record- keeping is not used, a density quotient of one person per four square metres applies. See relevant information for workplace specific capacity limits.
Record keeping applies to all Victorian workplaces.
- employers must of all workers and visitors who attend the workplace for longer than 15 minutes, including first name, contact number, date and time of visit and areas of the workplace visited
- employers are strongly encouraged to use electronic record keeping for this purpose. This includes the
- employers must keep records to show . This includes keeping logs created during the time of directions being in force in line with record keeping requirements, including work premises rosters, time and attendance records and payroll data.
Frequently asked questions - COVIDSafe Settings
Updated: 25 March 2021
Read below for answers to frequently asked questions by businesses in the film and media production sector.
What are the current face mask requirements?
Face masks continue to be mandatory in some locations, unless a lawful reason not to wear one applies.
What film and media production activities are allowed in Victoria during COVIDSafe Settings?
All screen and media production, publishing and broadcasting activities are allowed, including location scouting, new screen productions, and on-site studio access, subject to the requirements of location settings. This includes requirements.
The employer must have a in place. Your COVIDSafe Plan should include cleaning of shared equipment.
Reviewed 25 March 2021