For Heritage Responders
Between Two Disasters: Risk, Preparedness, and ResponseContains 1 Component(s)
Join architect and engineer Stephen J. Kelley to learn about disaster preparedness and response as they relate to our built environment.
Understanding our Heritage: The Critical Importance of Mapping our Cultural ResourcesContains 1 Component(s)
Almost fifteen years after Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast, integrating spatial technologies in disaster response has become a necessity. As our technological tools improve and expand, we have many more options to ensure preservation of our resources in many forms.
Navigating Response StructuresContains 1 Component(s)
There are many national, regional, and local platforms to manage emergency response. This webinar will examine some of the most important ones that involve the cultural heritage sector, and discuss how individuals and institutions can get involved in responding to disasters that affect library, museum, and archive collections.
Widening the Circle: Including Performing Arts Organizations in Disaster NetworksContains 1 Component(s)
This session will discuss findings on the needs of performing arts organizations during disasters, information on Disaster Networks that include arts organizations, and the resources of the Performing Arts Readiness project.
Spark Interest in Preparedness! Gaining Buy-in at Your InstitutionContains 1 Component(s)
This session offers the preservation professional tools for gaining a seat at the planning table and transforming good intentions into a robust emergency management program.
Beyond the Plan: Maintaining a Culture of PreparednessContains 1 Component(s)
This webinar will outline practical every day strategies for maintaining a culture of preparedness and avoiding common pitfalls that lead to unusable emergency plans and difficult responses.
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