Bectu Lighting Agreement

The agreement on the production of TV Drama was launched on 1 December 2017 and applies to jobs managed by PACT members. “An electrician who uses and programs a lighting table that requires light instructions during a socket, effects, moving light, multichannel LEDs or a synchronization and triggering of light.” The BBC has reached an agreement with Bectu, which covers the main interests of all independents working on BBC productions. The framework agreement was concluded in April 2010. These documents contain information on minimum rates applicable to continuous drama series and series and series as of April 1, 2018. There is no official agreement on the manipulation of hours among cutting-edge films (30 million euros), but if the local agreement for rigging hours for films between 15 — 30m is reached, prices should be as follows: the new agreement was implemented on April 2, 2018. The implementation of the PACT/Bectu TV Drama Agreement on 1 December 2017 set the rates for each of the agreed budget bands. The agreement applies to contracts executed by PACT members. If you work for a non-PACT company, we recommend using this document as a guide to negotiate the best possible offer. If you have a request for an agreement or if you wish to report an infringement or abuse, please send an email tvdrama@bectu.org.uk These are recommended pay rates for lighting technicians who work on advertisements. The most recent fare card, which contains guidance on terms of service, will apply from July 1, 2018. Bectu`s Lighting Technician subsidiary only recognizes the maximum daily APA rate of $361.00 for 10 hours for all commercial content. Most companies continue to pay this rate and recognize the agreed position. If you are invited to work outside the recommended rate, please contact the union immediately.

Data are provided on 07918 053 984. Alternatively, call 020 7346 0900 or send smacdonald@bectu.org.uk. Lighting console operators should also see the class specific document below. While other industries have recommended conditions and prices, it is important to remember that BECTU lighting technicians have a real agreement with the Advertising Producers Association. This agreement will affect you when you are working on a major film, defined as a film with a budget of $30 million or more. The fine details may be a little accustomed, but the most important points are covered below. By far, the greatest success of these negotiations is the erosion of “hours that are given free of charge.” A new agreement has been reached between Pact and BECTU for the payment of lighting technicians. This will apply from April 1, 2018 for all major motion images with a budget of more than $30 million; for the three years to March 2021. These salary rates should be read in conjunction with the new packaging agreement for the Grand Motion Film Agreement, introduced on 2 April 2018.