The Adult Performers Advocacy Committee (APAC), for example, provides APAC "stamps" of approval, which "identifies professionals in mental health, physical health, legal, and other fields who can. The adult entertainment industry has had its share of sexual health scares. In , veteran porn actor Mark Wallice tested HIV-positive after allegedly hiding his positive status for two years and infecting several co-stars. In , Darren James spread the virus to three women, shutting down film production industry-wide for a month.
Adult entertainment establishments are required to provide panic buttons in certain locations of the establishment, and may be used by an entertainer if they have been harmed, believe there is a risk of harm, or there is another emergency in their presence. Adult film industry workers face serious health risks due to potential infection with HIV and other pathogens transmitted through sexual contact Proper use of condoms and other control measures can prevent or reduce the risk of infection.