COVID-19 Safe Practices

When production resumes, the New Mexico Film Office will release recommendations that have been shaped by local film industry experts and are in alignment with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers Industry-Wide Labor-Management Safety Committee Task ForceIndustry-Wide Labor-Management Safety Committee Task Force Proposed Health and Safety Guidelines for Motion Picture, Television, Streaming Productions During the COVID-19 Pandemic.  New Mexico COVID safe practices that will apply to productions that have been released can be found below:

New Mexico COVID Safe Practices

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COVID Safe Practices for Individuals and Employers.

COVID Safe Practices for ALL EMPLOYERS

Our businesses leaders have shown great determination and leadership in the face of the extraordinary hardship caused by COVID-19. As the economy reopens, we are asking for your help to ensure all New Mexicans—your customers, employees, and families—take precautions to remain safe when entering a place of business. Please help us set the highest standards for living with COVID-19 by enacting these requirements and additional best practices.

COVID Safe Practices for Office and Call Centers

COVID Safe Practices for Construction & Field Operations

The following COVID-Safe Practices apply to construction, energy and field operations. This includes, but   is not limited to, vertical construction and maintenance, horizontal construction and maintenance, energy field operations and administration. 

COVID Safe Practices for All Retailers

Retail establishments providing essential goods and services have remained open in limited capacities during the public health emergency, requiring their courageous employees to be on the front lines. We’ve learned important lessons below from these businesses and employees on how to keep safe while servicing customers, which are embodied in the requirements and best practices below.

COVID Safe Practices for All Restaurants

Before COVID-19, restaurants and food service employees kept our restaurants clean and food safe for customers. They are doing the same now, plus enhanced work practices recommended by the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. When permitted by the State’s Public Health Order, restaurants will be allowed to offer dine-in service under the following requirements.

NMFO COVID-19 page