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Standard ULB Program

Simple Steps to working with Professional Talent

1. Submit Application: At least five days prior to first scheduled day of shooting, please submit application form along with script, budget, cast list, and crew list to ulbprogram@ubcp.comClick here for application form. (To fill form in online please use Internet Explorer or Google Chrome).

2. Get Accident on Set Insurance:  Apply for Accident on Set Insurance through AFBS (accidentonset.com) by calling the program administrator in Toronto at 1 800 387-8897, extension 304, or by email admin@accidentonset.ca

3. Submit Accident on Set Certificate to UBCP: Once you have been provided with the Accident on Set Certificate, please email it to ulbprogram@ubcp.com.

4. Contact WorkSafeBC: Under BC law, all employers are required to contact WCB regarding required employee coverage.

5. Return signed Ultra Low Budget Agreement to UBCP: Once you have completed Steps 1 through 4, UBCP will provide you with the ULB Agreement. Please sign and return it to UBCP.

6. Return signed Performer Forms to UBCP: Once you have provided UBCP with the signed ULB Agreement, you will be provided with Performer Forms. Please have all union and non-union Performers (except background performers) sign the forms. Return these signed forms to UBCP along with a final cast list indicating each performer’s name, addresses, SIN, GST (if applicable) and the number of days worked.

Please note: Productions which include stunts: Productions which include stunts must have Commercial General Liability Insurance. If your production includes stunts, please forward a copy of your CGLI certificate to UBCP at the time you send in your application.

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