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Emergency Planning & Response Part 1: Threat Identification & Risk Assessment
Florida Humanities proudly partners with the Florida Association of Museums Foundation (FAMF) to develop and offer training and guidance on emergency planning and response for cultural institutions in Florida affected by a variety of emergencies, including hurricanes, rising water/floods, pandemics, fires and power outages.
All educational programs and resources are offered free to participating cultural institutions.
This free interactive webinar, “Emergency Planning & Response Part 1: Threat Identification & Risk Assessment” is the first of a 6-part series that will walk your organization through creating, updating and implementing your Emergency Plan. In this webinar, you will learn the process of forecasting and evaluating risks and how to identify procedures that help avoid or minimize their impact. This program includes interactive group breakout sessions and a healthy Q&A.
Visit www.flamuseums.org for more information on this program and other webinars in this series.
Date/time: November 20, 2020 @ 10:00 am
Presented By:Elise LeCompte, Registrar & Coordinator of Health, Florida Museum of Natural History Carmen Godwin, Program Manager, Florida Association of Museums Foundation
This is a Zoom webinar. Registration is required.