It’s important for productions to be best prepared for facilitating a safe filming experience. In this page, you will find useful documents, links, and information that will help you comply with the health and safety protocols for your activities.


Safe Filming Tools and documents are available for producers and workers in accordance to their activities and needs.


Every person working in the film and audiovisual industry has a role and responsibility to ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of themselves and others at the workplace. Every person is required to comply with the provisions in the OSH LAW and other applicable laws. It is important that all players in the industry understand their respective obligations to eliminate or minimize the possibility of exposure to COVID-19 at the workplace and production sites.


In conducting your productions especially in this time of pandemic, it’s important to take note of relevant announcements and implementing guidelines that the government releases as the situation evolves. This page will be regularly updated with these documents as they are released. We also encourage you to be updated with the regular issuances and announcements of the Local Government Unit where you will be filming your activity.



In this page, we provide you with other forms that you may need depending on the needs of your production and crew.

For Children Cast (Below 15 Years Old)

  1. Related Forms for Working Child Permit (WCP)
  2. Online Application for Working Child Permit (WCP)

For Foreigner Cast and Crew

  1. Alien Employment Permit (AEP) Application Form
  2. Special Work Permit
  3. OSH Checklist




Pursuant to the FDCP-DOLE Joint Memorandum Circular (JMC) No. 001 Series of 2020, All workers must also be oriented on safety and health hazard identification, risk assessment and control (HIRAC) to assess and identify occupational hazards in their workplace accurately.

To better acquaint the film and audiovisual industry about the FDCP-DOLE Joint Memorandum Circular (JMC), the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) through its Safe Filming program launches a series of trainings for audiovisual workers.