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COVID-19: Procedures to Protect Ourselves and Our Community (UPDATE)

By Hannah Harlacher

COVID-19: Procedures to protect ourselves and our community as of July 31, 2020.

 

As BC continues to show signs of progress combating COVID-19, we are updating some procedures at Wave Productions. As always, we encourage any feedback, suggestions, questions or positive thoughts.

Contact details for Wave staff and partners are listed below. Please reach out to us.

Details of our current measures at Wave (which are subject to change as the situation

evolves) are:

1. We will welcome two attendees from agency or client-side to join us in the control

room during session. All other participants should attend sessions virtually – to review

and approve remotely. We have several options for efficiently communicating during

sessions and for approvals, which include Zoom, Google Meet, Skype, Source Connect,

or basic phone conference.

2. We will not be holding in-person audition sessions. Suitable performers will be asked

to submit ‘self-taped’ auditions based on the script and direction we provide. Any

performer needing more specific direction or feedback, is welcome to contact one of our

audio producers (Craig Z, Craig W or Dave – see contact details below) prior to

submitting their audition.

3. We are staggering sessions, which allows us to limit number of attendees at the

studio, including staff, to 10 or fewer at any given time. And outside of their staggered

attendance at Wave, all staff are staying home, practicing physical distancing and

frequent hand washing.

5. Performer call times are being staggered, and performers will always be recorded

separately – always one performer in the booth at a time. As well, to avoid having us

enter the isolated booth with the talent, we’re asking each performer to adjust their own

mics and headphones, with verbal assistance from us if needed.

6. Prior to and immediately following each recording, mics, headphones, mic stands,

music stands, pencils, cables, door handles and all surfaces in the studio and common

areas will be sanitized.

7. If at any time prior to a confirmed session, the attending client or booked performer

feels at all unwell or suspects they’ve come in contact with someone who is unwell, we

ask that they immediately cancel attendance at Wave. We will also be contacting

booked performers the evening prior to each session to allow them the opportunity to

cancel if required. And finally, if we suspect a performer is less than 100% when they

arrive for session, they will be asked to leave immediately.

Thank you for your understanding and support. Please contact us for more information

as per below.

Wave Productions

(604)875-9283

Megan Hughes

megan@waveproductions.com

Craig Warrian

craigw@waveproductions.com

Craig Zarazun

craigz@waveproductions.com

Dave Gaudet

david@waveproductions.com

Hannah Harlacher

hannah@waveproductions.com

COVID-19: Procedures to protect ourselves and our community as of June 1, 2020

 

We are encouraged by the progress that BC has made in flattening the curve and

minimizing risk to our collective well-being these past few months. Now, as we move

into BC’s Restart Plan and expand our interactions at the studio and in the community,

we’re looking forward to re-connecting, while maintaining a safe work-environment for

our staff, clients and performer partners. In that spirit, we have updated some

procedures at Wave Productions and as always, we encourage any feedback,

suggestions, questions or positive thoughts 🙂

Contact details for Wave staff and partners are listed below. Please reach out to us.

Details of our current measures at Wave (which are subject to change as the situation

evolves) are:

1. We will welcome one attendee from agency or client-side to join us in the control

room during session. All other participants should attend sessions virtually – to review

and approve remotely. We have several options for efficiently communicating during

sessions and for approvals, which include Zoom, Google Meet, Skype, Source Connect,

or basic phone conference.

2. We will not be holding in-person audition sessions. Suitable performers will be asked

to submit ‘self-taped’ auditions based on the script and direction we provide. Any

performer needing more specific direction or feedback, is welcome to contact one of our

audio producers (Craig Z, Craig W or Dave – see contact details below) prior to

submitting their audition.

3. We are staggering sessions, which allows us to limit number of attendees at the

studio, including staff, to 10 or fewer at any given time. And outside of their staggered

attendance at Wave, all staff are staying home, practicing physical distancing and

frequent hand washing.

5. Performer call times are being staggered, and performers will always be recorded

separately – always one performer in the booth at a time. As well, to avoid having us

enter the isolated booth with the talent, we’re asking each performer to adjust their own

mics and headphones, with verbal assistance from us if needed.

6. Prior to and immediately following each recording, mics, headphones, mic stands,

music stands, pencils, cables, door handles and all surfaces in the studio and common

areas will be sanitized.

7. If at any time prior to a confirmed session, the attending client or booked performer

feels at all unwell or suspects they’ve come in contact with someone who is unwell, we

ask that they immediately cancel attendance at Wave. We will also be contacting

booked performers the evening prior to each session to allow them the opportunity to

cancel if required. And finally, if we suspect a performer is less than 100% when they

arrive for session, they will be asked to leave immediately.

Thank you for your understanding and support. Please contact us for more information

as per below.

Wave Productions

(604)875-9283

Megan Hughes

megan@waveproductions.com

Craig Warrian

craigw@waveproductions.com

Craig Zarazun

craigz@waveproductions.com

Dave Gaudet

david@waveproductions.com

Hannah Harlacher

hannah@waveproductions.com

March 26, 2020

The well-being of our staff, clients and performer partners is of utmost importance to us during this difficult and unprecedented time. For that reason, and to help flatten the curve, we have been implementing procedures at Wave that we believe will help to serve our common goal – to keep our communities safe. We encourage any feedback, suggestions, questions or positive thoughts:) Contact details for Wave staff and partners are listed below. Please reach out to us.

Details of our current measures at Wave (which are subject to change as the situation evolves) are:

1. We require clients and agency to attend sessions virtually – to review and approve remotely. We have several options for efficiently communicating during sessions and for approvals, which include Zoom, Skype, Source Connect, or basic phone conference. For now, we will not be hosting clients/agency inside our control rooms.

2. We will not be holding in-person audition sessions. Suitable performers will be asked to submit ‘self-taped’ auditions based on the script and direction we provide. Any performer needing more specific direction or feedback, is welcome to contact one of our audio producers (Craig Z, Craig W or Dave – see contact details below) prior to submitting their audition. 

3. We are staggering sessions, which allows us to limit number of attendees at the studio, including staff, to 5 or fewer at any given time. Everyone is required to practice safe distancing while in the office space. Outside of their staggered attendance at Wave, all staff are staying home, practicing physical distancing and frequent hand washing.

4. Performer call times are being staggered, and performers will always be recorded separately – always one performer in the booth at a time. As well, to avoid having us enter the isolated booth with the talent, we’re asking each performer to adjust their own mics and headphones, with verbal assistance from us if needed. During the session, we ask the performer to take any precautions necessary to make them feel comfortable (ex. waiting for approvals in their vehicle or bringing their own headphones).

5. Prior to and immediately following each recording, mics, headphones, mic stands, music stands, pencils, cables, door handles and all surfaces in the studio and common areas will be sanitized.

6. If at any time prior to a confirmed session, the booked performer at all feels unwell or even uncomfortable leaving their homes, we require them to cancel their booking – no questions asked. We will also be contacting performers the evening prior to each session to allow them the opportunity to cancel if required. And finally, if we suspect a performer is less than 100% when they arrive for session, they will be asked to leave immediately.

Thank you for your understanding and support. Please contact us for more information as per below.

Wave Productions

(604)875-9283

Megan Hughes

megan@waveproductions.com

604 970-2520

Craig Warrian

craigw@waveproductions.com

Craig Zarazun

craigz@waveproductions.com

Dave Gaudet

david@waveproductions.com

Hannah Harlacher

hannah@waveproductions.com

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