Over 7,500 professional artists and technicians are members of IATSE Local 891, the largest IATSE local in Canada. Chartered in 1962, IATSE Local 891 represents motion picture workers throughout British Columbia and the Yukon.
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IATSE 891 receives kudos for focus on respectful workplaces

Natasha Tony, 891 Assistant Steward, gets credit for leading the drive to make our industry's workplaces more respectful and for pioneering the acclaimed Anti-Discrimination, Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace workshop. [Details]

(POSTED 2017-08-11)

Carbon monoxide exposure on film shoots gets WorkSafeBC attention

WorkSafeBC has issued a bulletin on Carbon Monoxide Exposure During Film Shoots. Prepared after a serious incident on a film shoot, the bulletin explains the danger of such exposure and describes what employers must do to prevent similar accidents. [Details]

(POSTED 2017-07-17)

Artists & technicians of 891 contribute to blockbuster economic impact of new Planet of the Apes feature

War for the Planet of the Apes generated a massive $81 million spend in BC over 180 days of production. In a media release published today, Emma Watts for Twentieth Century Fox says, “The province’s fantastic crews, quality talent, beautiful locations, and world-class abilities as a center for high-tech filmmaking are integral to the success of our blockbuster trilogy." The professional artists and technicians of IATSE Local 891 have helped create all three features. [Details]

(POSTED 2017-07-14)

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