Security & Safety Considerations for Restaffing & Reopening Our Cultural Institutions - Part 1: Preparing to Re-Engage
The first webinar in IFCPP’s free multi-part series will be presented by Eric Drewry, CPP, CIPM II, Director of the Department of Protection Services at the Detroit Institute of Arts. Part 1 of the series will include information gathered from Mr. Drewry’s weekly “Cultural Property Reopening Workgroup” forum, and from a wide variety of other leading sources.
This week’s session features a multitude of advance planning considerations, including:
Developing an Internal Task Force & Planning Group
Establishing a flexible and adaptable plan framework
Tracking every-changing local, state, and federal guidelines and mandates
Policy & procedural development and updates
Re-engaging teams that have been off of work
Scheduling & staggering staff return to the workplace, and continuing work from home
Establishing specific distancing and capacity parameters
Communicating safety protocols to staff, volunteers, contractors, and other
Developing signage, access controls, barriers, and visual cues
Establishing contract tracing capabilities
Privacy and ADA considerations
Developing staff training programs
Neighborhood and community considerations
Conducting an internal risk assessment
Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) and Business Continuity Plan (BCP) updates
Supply chain and delivery considerations
Preparing for another shut-down
Registration will include access to the recorded presentation for ongoing reference. This recently recorded webcast will be available for you to watch from the link sent in your confirmation email.
Additional information will be provided next week in Part 2 of the series, “Bringing Staff Back to the Workplace”
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