The Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE) on Tuesday wrote a letter to Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, proposing guidelines for resuming work in the entertainment industry.

The letter comes a day after the Producers Guild of India released a recommended Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) guidelines to resume shooting.

FWICE, the parent body of 32 different crafts of the workers and technicians of the industry with more than five

lakh members, said it is "highly concerned" about the health, safety and security of all its members who are "now eager to join the works post the lockdown is over."

The Federation said there should be a strict eight-hour shift, where work will be divided into two shifts a day. Mandatorily people should be changed per shift, FWICE said.

Shooting for films and other production activities have remained suspended since mid-March in view of the coronavirus pandemic.
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