For any project, it’s important to have proper permission from anyone recognizable on camera.
You need to have a release that both guarantees permission has been granted for you to film at your location and which releases the location owner from liability should someone be injured in the course of filmmaking.
Anyone appearing on camera should sign one of these for you to have permission to use their visual likeness.
Timecards, Basic tax forms, Union-specific paperwork, it all gets more complex from here. But for our purposes, start with the above two at minimum.