ASSESSING AND MANAGING RISKS TO YOUR COLLECTIONS at Trinity College, Dublin
2013 ASSESSING and MANAGING RISKS
TO YOUR COLLECTIONS
A two-day workshop delivered by ROBERT WALLER
TRINITY COLLEGE LIBRARY, DUBLIN
18 & 19 November
Hosted by: Trinity College Library, Preservation & Conservation Department
Presented by: Robert Waller, President and Senior Risk Analyst at Protect Heritage Corp., a firm dedicated to helping institutions and organizations improve heritage management.
Supported by: Trinity College Dublin, and Trinity Association and Trust
Dates: November 18 & 19, 2013
Location: North Training Room, Trinity College Library, Trinity College Dublin
To register contact: email@example.com by 25th October 2013
The overall objective of this workshop is to demonstrate to participants the Cultural Property Risk Analysis Model (CPRAM; Waller 2003) and to enable those responsible for collections to effectively assume accountability for establishing and communicating what risks impact cultural property, by how much, and what controls are in place, or could be in place to manage those risks.
More specifically, this workshop will enable participants to:
– Identify risks by “agent of deterioration” and “type of risk”.
– Define risks clearly.
– Assess the magnitude of defined risks.
– Evaluate data and present information to stakeholders.
– Systematically plan risk mitigation strategies by: Identifying means of control – methods and levels, and Evaluating costs/risks/benefits of mitigation strategies.
The workshop is interactive and participants learn through a combination of:
– brainstorming in small groups
– group presentations
– practice and discussions