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Emergency Preparedness & Response: Response Tabletops for Small Institutions
This free interactive webinar is the fifth of a 6-part series that will walk your organization through creating, updating and implementing your Emergency Plan.
How will you and your staff respond when an emergency strikes? Join us for guided tabletop exercises to play out various emergency scenarios with your team or a group participants from like institutions.
This program includes interactive group breakout sessions and a healthy Q&A. We encourage you to attend with your emergency response team and have your emergency plan handy for reference.
This program is funded in part by Florida Humanities through the National Endowment for the Humanities, in partnership with Florida Association of Museums Foundation.
Date/time: March 11 @ 10:00 am
Presented By:Rebecca Kennedy, Collections Care Specialist, Curae Collections Care; Lori Foley, Coordinator, FEMA's Heritage Emergency National Task Force