Security & Safety Considerations for Restaffing & Reopening Our Cultural Institutions - Part 3: Preparing to Reopen to Visitors
The third webinar in IFCPP’s free multi-part series will be presented by Armando Leon, CIPM, Director of Security at the Museum of the Bible (MOTB) in Washington, DC. Part 2 of the series will include information gathered from MOTB (IFCPP’s 2020 conference host), the Cultural Property Reopening Workgroup forum, and a wide variety of other leading sources.
Available: Immediately upon registration completion
This week’s session features a multitude of advance planning considerations, including:
Phased reopening and altered hours of operation
Altered visitor experiences
Opening select grounds, facilities, wings, exhibits, and attractions by day
Members-only days or hours
Catering to high-risk groups
Communicating new policies, procedures, and safety protocols
Soliciting community feedback/input
Social distancing around and within the institution
Creating pathways and directional cues
Personal protective equipment requirements
Compliance, denial of entry, and removal of visitors
Considerations for common areas, food service, and other outlets
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 the following week in Part 4 of the series, “New Considerations for Protecting Collections On Exhibit, In Use, or In Storage”
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