Our experienced compliance officers set us apart. Not our experience at being compliance officers but our production experience. With an average of 30 years of experience in TV production, we like to of ourselves as knowledgeable about production hazards. Our knowledge of production workplace hazards now includes COVID-19.
Compliance officers are responsible for ensuring their production complies with government regulations — domestically as well as globally, if applicable — and avoids missteps that could result in hefty fines, legal ramifications, and reputation damage. Compliance officers also need to make sure that the crew is following internal compliance policies.
The County of Los Angeles does not mandate compliance officers to have any medical training. Some unions necessitate compliance officers to have medical backgrounds.
Each Green and Clean Los Angeles COVID-19 Compliance Officers have taken, passed, and received a certificate of completion from Health Education Services. A significant contributor to the improvement of health and safety throughout the community HES provides a variety of training courses. Health Education Services trains professional health care providers, company personnel, school staff, and the general public.
Compliance Officers, like any other department head, should attend pre-production meetings and locations scouts.
Compliance officers are first in and last out. For larger productions more than one compliance officer will be required.
Producers are responsible for providing masks, gloves, sanitizer, goggles, disinfectant wipes, disinfectants, and testing for longer shoots.