3180 Media Group - Safety Protocols
Our Health Safety Supervisor, Jason J Anderson, conducts a health check before each shift on all employees, interns, and contract laborers.
The performer or performer's driver should park in the designated parking space in our private lot.(space will be marked)
When using a driver for transportation, the driver should remain in the vehicle for the duration of the recording session.
When the performer (client/talent/vocalist) arrives, they should contact our Health Safety Supervisor via phone or text.
Jason J Anderson 912-657-2182 or Phil Hadaway 912-656-0534 (All information is confidential)
Our Health Safety Supervisor will meet the performer at their vehicle to complete the health questionnaire and waiver.
(Please bring a pen or pencil with an eraser to sign the digital document keeping the process touch-free)
Our Health Safety Supervisor will take the performer’s temperature before entering the studio.
PPE is available if needed. (mask, face shield, Nitrile gloves).
The wearing of Masks or face shields is required while inside the studio. The performer must remove their mask/shield during recording.
Observing six feet of separation between people is required while inside the studio.
No hugs, handshakes, or fist bumps allowed.
The height of the performer is required to set proper microphone placement and if they prefer standing, or sitting in a chair or stool.
The engineer will clean and place microphones, and all microphone stands, cables, headphones, script stands, and chairs 4 hours before the session. Additional minor adjustments will need to be made by the performer via instructions from the engineer through headphones.
For ADR sessions, lavaliere microphones will be placed in the booth and the performer will be
asked to attach the microphone with guidance from the engineer.
Engineers and performers will remain in separate rooms (studio, control room).
We require a minimum of 1 hour of air circulation between sessions.
Our Health Safety Supervisor will remain onsite to monitor and enforce safety protocols.
After the recording session, the Health Safety Supervisor will escort the performer out of the studio.
Performers are encouraged to bring their personal headphones.
We suggest that the performer bring a tablet or laptop for scripts. Power is available in the booth.
Food and drink may be brought in by the performer. No outside catering, craft services, or delivery will be allowed during any session.
If printed materials are necessary for the session, they need to be printed offsite. This includes scripts and Exhibit-G’s.
3180 Media Group - Building Safety Protocols
Sanitizing of our facility and all equipment (microphones, pop filters, microphone stands, cables, etc.) are performed daily and also before and after each session using approved disinfectants.
We have equipped our facility with Aprilaire 2410 HEPA air filtration systems that utilize MERV 16 filters throughout all air-handlers.
We can provide PPE upon request. (n95 masks, face shields, Nitrile gloves)
A dedicated “client only” restroom is available. It is sanitized daily, and before and after each session.
No guests are allowed unless the client is a minor, and adult supervision is required. (Limited to one adult)
Numerous touch-free hand sanitation stations are available throughout the building, including the main studio, control room, restrooms, and entrance lobby.
Posted CDC guidelines for hygiene practices are visible throughout the facility on signs to employees and clients in English and Spanish.
All hallways, common areas, and walkways have markers 6 feet apart to help implement social distancing.
The building, restrooms, studio, and control rooms are 100% ADA compliant.
Any person entering the premises waives all civil liability against this premises owner and operator for any injuries caused by the inherent risk associated with contracting COVID-19 at public gatherings, except for gross negligence, willful and wanton misconduct, reckless infliction of harm, or intentional infliction of harm, by the individual or entity of the premises.
Under Georgia law, there is no liability for an injury or death of an individual entering these premises if such injury or death results from the inherent risks of contracting COVID-19. You are assuming this risk by entering these premises.