Entry Screening Considerations & Recommendations
One of our newer online offerings discusses best practices in entry screening for cultural institutions of any size or scope.
This first-of-its-kind program is designed to address the questions normally posed by cultural property administrators, directors and security managers. After completion of this timely online training, participants will be better prepared to make decisions about what type of screening is best for their unique organization. The curriculum showcases a variety of considerations and recommendations, including:
Entry screening is an often uncertain undertaking, conducted in a variety of environments, using a host of varying methods. In cultural institutions, there is considerable debate and obvious concern surrounding screening and package inspection practices.
Screening techniques vary greatly from one institution to the next, ranging from “casual observation” of visitors at public entries, to bag checks, x-ray, and metal detection. Regardless of which type of “screening” is most appropriate for your organization, entry screening procedures should be a part of your institution's comprehensive security plan. This course will better prepare you to decide what type of screening should be a part of your institution's comprehensive security plan.
Course Length: 50 mins +/-
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