Emergency Planning in Museums - learning from the Clanden Fire; Surrey History Centre on Friday 12th February 2016.
Programme of the Day
Emergency Plans and the Accreditation requirements
Elaine Sansom, Museum Development Officer, Surrey and Sussex
Learning from the Clanden Fire - from the perspective of the Surrey Infantry Museum
by Stephen Johnson, Museum Curator.
Learning from the Clanden Fire from the Fire Brigade's perspective
by Assistant Group Commander, Andrew Treasure
Learning from managing the Emergency from the National Trust's perspective
by Claire Nodder, Clanden House Manager and Assistant Conservation Lead, National Trust
The importance of training and table top exercises in Emergency Planning
Siobhan Barratt, Conservator Knole House, National Trust
National Trust Materials
The National Trust has developed a range of materials for use by staff and volunteers engaging responding to an Emergency.We are very grateful to the National Trust for shareing these resources with the SEMDP.
More Support in the SEWS region
Shared Harwell's Priority User Agreement
Currently there are 2 networks of museums (Surrey Museums Partnership and the Sussex Museums Group) that share the annual cost of the Harwell scheme - the more museums who take part, the cheaper the cost! Contact SMP or SMG for futher details of how to join,
SE Museums website resources
Resources and links on the SEMDP website: