This short guide provides a simple tool for identifying and assessing risks from natural disasters or civil and/or armed conflict. This guidance may be useful if you are preparing an Emergency Plan for Accreditation.
This template highlights the key aspects of disaster prevention; preparedness; reaction; recovery and salvage. It discusses security, flooding, storage, fire, information services and microfilming and photocopying, with a prevention continuity checklist.
This syllabus provides a framework for designing a practical course in the care of museum collections. It describes the activities which form the basis of curatorial knowledge and expertise in collections care and encourages a pragmatic approach. It can be used by anyone designing collections care courses for entry level learners.
This guide identifies the key areas of insurance that are relevant to museums and explains how insurance dovetails with risk management to protect property and collections owned by a museum, as well as protecting staff, volunteers and visitors.
This emergency plan template has been designed to be easy to use by simply inserting a museum’s relevant information where prompted. The template has been designed so that a plan is produced for fire, flood and leak, for each room or area, both display and storage, on the site.