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Even in times of economic hardship, cultural heritage institutions with limited staff and resources can improve the protection of people, buildings, and collections through thoughtful planning. By identifying the hazards that threaten your collections and assessing the risks they pose, you are taking the first step in disaster planning.

Heritage Preservation’s Risk Evaluation and Planning Program (REPP) was featured in this course as a resource that simplifies the risk evaluation process.

This course continued with Protecting Your Collections: Writing a Disaster Response Plan and is a part of the Caring for Yesterday’s Treasures Today series.

Instructor: Alexandra Allardt, Principal and Managing Director of ArtCare Resources, Newport, RI

Course: Risk Evaluation: First Step in Disaster Planning

Produced by: AASLH, IMLS, Heritage Preservation