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New Mexico Governor Again Calls For Industry To Adopt “Comprehensive New Safety” Protocols After Alec Baldwin Movie Set Shooting

New Mexico Governor Again Calls For Industry To Adopt “Comprehensive New Safety” Protocols After Alec Baldwin Movie Set Shooting

10/27/2021 9:04:00 PM

New Mexico Governor Again Calls For Industry To Adopt “Comprehensive New Safety” Protocols After Alec Baldwin Movie Set Shooting

New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham elaborated on her call for the entertainment industry to adopt new safety protocols following the shooting during a rehearsal on the Alec Baldwin set of R…

, warning that that state would take action if sufficient measures are not adopted.Lujan Grisham’s office issued a statement following a press conference in which Santa Fe County Sheriff Adan Mendoza said that a live lead round was in the gun that was handed to Baldwin. The actor fired, killing cinematographer Halya Hutchins and wounding director Joel Souza.

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“Workplace safety in any and every industry in New Mexico is absolutely paramount,” Lujan Grisham said. “A workplace death is never acceptable and must compel an analysis of what can and should be done better.”Related StoryAlec Baldwin Shooting: "No One Has Been Ruled Out," DA Says Of Charges; "No Footage Of The Actual Incident," Sheriff Says

She added, “My full expectation is that the film and television industry will, at the conclusion of the investigation into this tragic incident and once all the facts are in hand, bring forward comprehensive new safety protocols to ensure this kind of incident never, ever happens again. If that sort of comprehensive new approach does not materialize, the state of New Mexico will take immediate action, throughout whatever means are available to us, to ensure the safety of all personnel on all film and television sets here in our state. This industry is important to us economically and to so many workers throughout New Mexico, and I look forward to a full accounting of how this could have possibly happened, and we will determine our next steps from there.” headtopics.com

Lujan Grisham also warned of possible state action in a press conference on Tuesday.In his press conference, Mendoza said that he believed that there was “complacency” on the set.“I think there are some safety issues that need to be addressed by the industry and possibly the state of New Mexico,” he said. “But I will leave that up to the industry and the state to determine what that needs to be.”

Major TV studiosare reviewing their gun safety policiesand reviewing potential changes.Last week, California State Sen. Dave Cortese said that he plans to introduce legislation to ban live ammunition and guns capable of firing live ammunition from film sets in California.

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