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Monday, May 16 • 12:00pm - 2:00pm
(Luncheon) Practical Responses to Health & Safety Issues During an Emergency LIMITED

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Do you and your colleagues have the necessary rapid-response plans, training and supplies to address disasters safely? Focusing on health and safety issues in emergency response, this session will discuss practical approaches and lessons learned by conservators, safety and emergency professionals from real disaster scenarios. Presenters from McGill University’s Emergency Management & Preparedness Office and Redpath Museum will discuss institution-wide implementation of preparation and response, focusing on the health and safety needs of first responders and how the wider University incident plan  is coordinated with the Museum.  Representatives of the National Heritage Responders (Formerly AIC-CERT) will discuss health and safety issues related to conservators acting as second responders. 
Specific health and safety topics will include creating go-kits and the personal safety supplies needed first during an emergency; deterioration of emergency supplies; steps in the re-entry and understanding site safety; environmental concerns, including water and particulate hazards and mental health issues of victims and those responding to the emergency.








Speakers
avatar for Pierre Barbarie

Pierre Barbarie

Director, Campus Public Safety, McGill University
Pierre Barbarie is the Director-Campus Public Safety. He has held various positions since his career began at McGill University in September 2000, ranging from Supervisor, to Operations Manager-Security Services, to Associate Director-University Safety to his present position. | | Pierre is a graduate of l’Université de Montréal in Security & Police Management. He also attended Quebec’s Police Academy in 1992... Read More →
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Barbara Lawson

Curator of World Cultures, Redpath Museum, McGill University
Barbara Lawson has been Curator of World Cultures at McGill University's Redpath Museum since the mid-1980s and is responsible for a collection that includes objects from all over the world covering a chronological range from Paleolithic times to the present. She is the Art and Museum Review Editor for the Canadian Anthropological Society’s journal Anthropological and has published extensively on museums and anthropology, the history of... Read More →
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Vicki Lee

Director of Conservation and Preservation, Maryland State Archives
Vicki Lee has worked in the book and paper specialty of the conservation field for the past 25 years.  She has worked at a variety of museums, libraries and archives.  Vicki has been employed at the Maryland State Archives since 2000 and has been the Head of Conservation since 2003 and was made Director of Preservation and Conservation in 2013.  She has been a trainer for Maryland of the IPER (Intergovernmental Preparedness for Essential... Read More →
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Julie Sobelman

Independent Consultant, Health, Safety and Sustainability, CIH, CSP, LEED AP
Julie is a consulting industrial hygienist based in Vienna, VA. She has over 30 years of professional experience in the recognition, evaluation and control of potential hazards in the work place, in homes and in the surrounding community. She has worked in senior level professional positions with engineering and consulting firms, developing detailed technical experience in construction, facilities management, regulatory compliance, inspection and... Read More →


Monday May 16, 2016 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Room 511 C/F


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