Calculating Collection Risks
Facilities and Risk Management
Washington State Convention Center  Monday, May 19  8:45-10 a.m.     618-619 
Risk is often defined as the product of the probability of a loss event and the potential cost of a loss event. What methods can be used to determine the varying levels of risk to one’s collection? Our panel will provide an interdisciplinary approach to determining risk for your institution.

Global Perspectives

Session Format :    Idea Forum

Learner Outcomes

Robert Carotenuto - New York Botanical Garden

Robert Carotenuto, CPP, PCI, PSP is Associate Vice President for Security at The New York Botanical Garden in the heart of the Bronx. His more than twenty years of security experience in cultural property protection include sixteen years at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. At the Metropolitan Museum, he served as the Associate Security Manager for Physical Security and the Command Center, focusing on fire and security alarm systems, emergency management, and business continuity. Robert is curr

Stevan Layne - Layne Consultants International

Stevan P. Layne, CPP, CIPM, CIPI is principal consultant and CEO of Layne Consultants International and the Founding Director of the International Foundation for Cultural Property Protection. He is a certified MOAB instructor and a certified instructor for Colorado Mountain College. He is a former police chief and public safety director. Steve has served as a special instructor for the Denver Police Academy, Colorado Law Enforcement Training Academy, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (F

Sheila Palmer - Chubb & Son, Inc.

Peggy Schaller - Collections Research for Museums