Check out our latest FREE webcast series - Security & Safety Considerations for Restaffing and Reopening Our Cultural Institutions
Cultural Properties Reopening Workgroup
Eric Drewry, the Director of the Department of Protection Services at the Detroit Institute of Arts, is hosting a recurring video conference call for security leadership at cultural propertieson Monday of each week. This call is intended to be used as a forum where institutions of all types and sizes can candidly discuss challenges, opportunities, tactics, and strategies for dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts locally, regionally, nationally, and globally. Participation is limited to individuals with a direct nexus to a cultural property. The video conferences will be recorded and made available to the participants. Institutions are not expected or encouraged to discuss sensitive information during the calls.
Anyone interested in participating in these calls can register by clicking here.
An Employer’s Guide to Safely Resuming Work After the Pandemic Closures
Resource: FREE Social Distancing Instructional Signs/Graphics
Recorded Webinar: AASLH Conversations: You Are Not Alone: Reopening Small to Mid-Sized Institutions
“Reopening Cultural Institutions: Security and Operational PrioritiesBy Darrell Utt
Due to the limitations in Phase One (maximize physical distance and avoid social settings of more than 10 people), cultural Institutions should strongly consider remaining closed and continue operating with mission-essential staff only (i.e., select leadership, security, essential facility maintenance personnel etc.). Read Document
Webinar Recording: Preparing to Reopen - Strategy, Planning & Process on the Road to Reopening Museums (presented by Cuseum)
Webinar Recording: Preparing to Reopen - Experimenting with New Digital Revenue Streams on the Road to Reopening (presented by Cuseum)
FEMA Releases Exercise Starter Kit for Workshop on Reconstituting Operations
Barberini Museum In Potsdam, Germany List of Policies and Procedures for Reopening
Resource: Back to Business Playbook and Sample Return to Work Letters
Handling Library Materials and Collections During a Pandemic
Collections Care Amid COVID-19
COVID-19 Basics: Disinfecting Cultural Resources
Educational Materials and Signage Examples
From CISA: Top 10 Vulnerabilities Routinely Exploited By Foreign Cyber Actors
Release of CISA Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers Guidance Version 3.1
FREE WEBINARS FROM PERFORMING ARTS READINESS (PAR)
Are you Ready2Go™? Communicating your (Re)Opening Strategy
Your Cultural Center has received the green light to open….How will you communicate your strategy to employees, visitors and members? Ready2Go™ can help with communicating that you are open. Ready2Go™ is free and your members can receive up-to-date announcements from your cultural center regarding COVID-19 updates to include:
Ready2Go™ is a dynamic app that streamlines the communication process by having the ability to notify individual of changes as the information goes directly to your phone. Ready2Go™ eliminates the need to have a work issued device and caters to frontline staff who are mobile and may not have access to email.