Join OMA for our May 29 Webinar:
Best Practices in Keeping Museums Clean and Safe for Guests and Staff
(Please Note: You must be logged in to register)
As museums work on their plans for when they are able to welcome guests again, the safety of guests and staff are top of mind.
Join Dr. Dee Banks, infectious disease physician with Northeast Ohio Infectious Disease Associates, as she outlines best practices museums can employ to keep both guests and staff as safe as possible when museum doors reopen. Learn about which areas of the museum you should focus on, what products and techniques should be used to clean and disinfect, how frequently cleaning and disinfecting should take place, and how to protect the staff responsible for cleaning as much as possible. Time will also be available for Q&A with our presenter.
About our speaker: Dr. Virginia Dee Banks is an infectious disease physician with Northeast Ohio Infectious Disease Associates in Youngstown, Ohio. She was the former Director of Infectious Diseases at the UPMC Horizon Health System in Hermitage, Pennsylvania. She completed medical school at Case Western Reserve School of Medicine, her post-graduate medical training internship at the Cleveland Clinic, Residency at the University Hospitals of Cleveland, and a Fellowship in Infectious Diseases at the University Hospitals of Cleveland. She also has an MBA degree from the Youngstown State University School of Business.
When: Friday, May 29, 2020, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM (with additional time for Q&A available if needed)
Where: Online – complete webinar login details will be sent to participants after registering
Cost: $10 – OMA Members; $15 Non-members
Pricing note: The current crisis is creating new financial challenges to cultural organizations across Ohio, and OMA is no exception. Registration fees for OMA webinars help us continue to serve Ohio’s museum community and museum professionals with resources, advocacy and professional development year-round. But, if your organization is facing financial strain due to the coronavirus outbreak, please use the promo code FREEWEB to register for this webinar for free.
Registration deadline: May 27, 2020