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Emergency Planning & Response: Salvage Priorities & Techniques
This free interactive webinar is the fourth of a 6-part series that will walk your organization through creating, updating and implementing your Emergency Plan. This program includes interactive group breakout sessions and a healthy Q&A.
Effective salvaging of collections following an emergency sets the tone for long-term recovery. Focusing on the retrieval and triage sections of salvage, techniques will be presented that are appropriate for cultural heritage professionals of any background. The program will include:
- establishing priorities during salvage
- media specific tips for handling
- training techniques for mastering these skills
This program is funded in part by a Florida Humanities Community Project Grant in partnership with the Florida Association of Museums Foundation.
Date/time: February 18, 2021 @ 10:00 am
Presented By:Rebecca Kennedy, Collections Care Specialist, Curae Collections Care