Building an Emergency Plan provides a step-by-step guide that a cultural institution can follow to develop its own emergency preparedness and response strategy. This workbook is divided into three parts that address the three groups generally responsible for developing and implementing emergency proceduresainstitution directors, emergency preparedness managers, and departmental team leadersaand discuss the role each should play in devising and maintaining an effective emergency plan. Several chapters detail the practical aspects of communication, training, and forming teams to handle the safety of staff and visitors, collections, buildings, and records. Emergencies covered include natural events such as earthquakes or floods, as well as human-caused emergencies, such as fires that occur during renovation. Examples from the Barbados Museum and Historical Society, the Museo de Arte Popular Americano in Chile, the Mystic Seaport Museum in Connecticut, and the Seattle Art Museum show how cultural institutions have prepared for emergencies relevant to their sites, collections, and regions.See buildings art and artifacts. ... 24 for preventive measures, 37, 153, 184 building maintenance assessment questions, 28, 178a79 construction work hazards, 94, 177, 186a87, ... also machinery, motors, and appliances building systems supervisor job description, 257a58 buildings architectural and utility system plans, 48, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Building an Emergency Plan|
|Publisher||:||Getty Publications - 2000-02-03|