Disaster Planning and Salvaging

Organised by the Natural History Museum.

This one-day course has two parts. Part one focuses on strategic steps to manage the risks and effects a disaster might have on a collection.

Part two demonstrates the key practical conservation skills and techniques required to salvage a collection should disaster occur.

The course will be led by a conservation team and will be structured, participative and stimulating. Delegates will get printed course materials which will be used on the day and can be taken away for future reference.

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The Natural History Museum
Cromwell Rd, Kensington, London SW7 5BD, UK