From what I have read thus far, sounds like we each should have our own clearly written safety policies and procedures stating what we are doing to ensure the welfare of our guests. We then should have every guest in our space sign a waiver that references our policies and procedures. The two go hand in hand.
And while the waiver sounds good, it still will not likely protect you in case of negligence on your part. @Rony_C perhaps Peerspace legal could offer some guidance?
Our plan is to present our safety policies and procedures online, in advance, and have the waiver online to be signed electronically (Docusign or similar service).
One of my biggest questions is about responsibility/liability. Do we need to man the door to ensure that every guest has signed a waiver? Will it be enough to have the renter alone sign a waiver? Are we responsible if the renter and their guests are not wearing masks, social distancing?
Studio productions will require a Health and Safety Officer. What about smaller productions? Events? Meetings? Where does our responsibility end if we are just providing the space?