The 2021 Hurricane Preparations for Cultural Institutions webinar from May is now hosted on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejYPf8AtY1g
The Foundation for Advacement in Conservation (FAIC) is pleased to announce a free webinar, titled: “Emergency Planning and Response, Texas-Style,” on July 14 at 3:00 p.m. EDT (2:00 p.m. CST). Join us, as Olivia Primanis from the Texas Collections Emergency Resource Alliance (TX-CERA) and Lauren Hainley from the Houston Arts Alliance (HAA) discuss response efforts following Polar Vortex Uri, in February 2021.
This two-part presentation by the Montana Historical Society provides practical and useful information on topics of emergency planning, working with emergency responders, and means of avoiding and mitigating loss of collection materials to disaster:
Don’t forget to register for our “Disaster Response: Insurance Claims and Collections Recovery” webinar this Wednesday, June 23, at 10am!
Did you miss Part 1 of our two-part webinar series “Recovering from a Disaster: Procuring Insurance and Managing Risk Before a Disaster Occurs”? You can watch the recording here: https://register.gotowebinar.com/recording/577742099056822019
You can also browse through this page for all of the Texas Historical Commission’s recent webinars: https://www.thc.texas.gov/preserve/projects-and-programs/museum-services/webinars
Don’t forget to register for Part 2 of the series “Recovering from a Disaster: Insurance Claims and Collections Recovery”: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/6120854103677914637
We have a great set of webinars coming up on Wednesday, June 16th at 10am and Wednesday, June 23rd at 10am discussing risk management and insurance, both before and after a disaster.
Thank you to the Texas Historical Commission for hosting the webinars!
Planning for disasters is key to successful response and recovery. This presentation by ALCTS covers many facets of disaster management – from collection care to working with vendors and volunteers – and utilizes a case study to illustrate a real-world response.
Did you miss our Hurricane Preparations webinar? You can view the full recording at: https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/play/NZX9AVNRGG2zlebRC_2DLvNnXYfy11pkVl-wPYJrnStScWjoTyu8hgqoCaemCrDy26iyMTSDttKkOK6y.NtfiyTrpd6m5XcRg?continueMode=true&x_zm_rtaid=eGqW2fusQKid7d0l-ZyTQ.1621434409592.429b4c85e99d76a671afcbb1fa78462f&_x_zm_rhtaid=122
Join us on Wednesday, June 16 for part one of two webinars focusing on insurance: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/2470571156599413776
This webinar will discuss how to plan for the risk of disaster that faces every historical site and museum. It will introduce the Texas Collections Emergency Resource Alliance (TX-CERA) and present an overview of general disaster preparedness considerations. Attendees will learn practical tips to assess risk and standard guidelines in emergency planning to implement within their organizations. Finally, we’ll explain the insurance placement process and walk attendees through types of coverage available as well as best practices for selecting limits and deductibles that are appropriate for the organization.
Join us today, Thursday May 6, at 2PM for a hurricane preparations webinar. To register, visit: https://www.nps.gov/articles/000/2021-hurricane-season-preparations-for-u-s-gulf-coast-cultural-institutions.htm?fbclid=IwAR1u99Ygy21fS0hO1NmJNoTnU-JPK-hJJmmjayMJh9poeabJyfN8La3a9Po