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APHSS Will Hold Meeting to Address Performer Testing, Condom Legislation

Diane Duke

APHSS.org is calling a meeting to be held on July 10, to address performer testing, as well as issues around condom legislation.

The meeting will feature several speakers. Attendees will learn how the APHSS.org program works; how the program was developed; factual information on HIV testing from an expert; and the importance of supporting a system that upholds industry standards for self-regulation. There also will be an update on current developments with California’s condom legislation.

The meeting will take place on July 10, at 1pm PST.

The location, list of speakers and meeting agenda are as follows:

Majestic Plaza

18341 Sherman Way, Ste 207

Reseda, CA  91335

(Parking available in the back)

APHSS Program and Database Overview

  • Signing up
  • Performer/Producer/Clinic access
  • Database Characteristics – What and Why

Legal Considerations

  • HIPAA Compliance
  • Producer/Director Liability

Industry Protocols

  •  Tests
  • Timing

Industry Actions and Protocols in the case of an HIV Positive Performer

  • Clinics
  • Producers
  • Performers
  • Agents

Mandatory Condom Regulations Update

Speakers include: Industry and workplace safety attorneys Jeffrey Douglas and Karen Tynan; Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Peter Miao; Kink.com CEO Peter Acworth; and FSC Executive Director Diane Duke.

Producers, agents, performers and industry media are encouraged to attend. If you would like more information about attending the meeting, please contact joanne@freespeechcoalition.com.

(Photo: Some rights resreved by Floeschie)

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