On June 29, I will wrap over nine rewarding years with ICG 669. I am pleased to hand over the responsibilities of our professional development / technical training and safety rep position to Michelle Yardley. Michelle will be transitioning with me during the month of June, so feel free to contact either of us during that time.
As a result of significant concerns raised by workers in the film industry, IATSE 891 funded an independent report on how to determine worker exposure to fog and haze atmospheric effects using a direct reading instrument. This report is a significant step forward in improving health and safety for workers exposed to atmospheric effects on set.
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A Memorial date of April 8th has been set for Brother Pierre Rouger. The service will take place at the Lion's Club on Salt Spring Island.
Pierre's family is asking if anyone has any stories or anecdotes they would like to share to please contact the family via email.
ICG | 669 Members, Lee Anne Muldoon, Senior Unit Publicist, and Ivona Ries, 2nd Assistant Camera will be receiving Women in Entertainment awards this weekend. Lee Anne is being honoured at the 3rd Annual Women in Entertainment Celebration & Fundraiser in Vancouver, BC and Ivona is receiving a trailblazing award at IATSE 212's Women in Entertainment & Film Ceremony in Calgary, AB.
An amazing panel of women spoke at the inaugural Women's Convention in Hollywood, Florida, held at the IATSE 68th Quadrennial Convention, last year. One of the trailblazing women speakers on the panel was ICG | 669 Vice President, BC District, Christina Kasperczyk. Check out the highlights below: