Yorkshire, UK

Covid-19 Shooting Guidelines

Last Reviewed: 23rd June 2021

During the on-going Covid-19 Pandemic I am keeping my Covid-19 shooting guidelines updated in relation to industry best practice and Government guidelines.

Symptoms of Covid-19 & Self Isolation

If I or any of my crew members develop symptoms of Covid-19, or are asked to self isolate, ahead of the shoot the client will be contacted as soon as possible so they can make alternative arrangements, whether that is to book another person or to re-arrange the shoot.

Social Distancing

I am taking measures to implement the current Government guidelines on social distancing. First and foremost is keeping 2 meters for other people. When that isn’t possible 1m plus is implemented and face masks are to be worn. If close contact is requited then this is to be kept to less than 15 minutes with the relevant PPE.

Hand Washing

Following government guidance, hand washing for 20 seconds for as often as possible will be adhered to. Therefore, prior to the shooting day beginning, hand washing facilities will be located for this to take place.

If we are outside, or in a location where hand washing facilities are not available, then hand sanitiser will be used. This will be carried by myself throughout the shooting day.

Equipment Disinfecting

All of the equipment I own is my own and is throughly cared for and looked after. Before and after each shoot, the equipment being used will be thoroughly disinfected using anti-bacterial wipes. This will be carried out prior to the shoot and also on wrap before the end of the shooting day.


All travel will be in private vehicles and current Government guidelines will be adhered. Arrangements for parking near to the filming location will be planned ahead of the shoot.

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