Category Archives: Drills

Evacuate or Shelter in Place?

                      This is a great resource for deciding when to evacuate and when to shelter in place, and it can easily be customized for use at your library.  Post it … Continue reading

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Eccles Health Sciences Library and the Great Utah ShakeOut

Claire Hamasu, Associate Director, NN/LM MidContinental Region, shares her experiences during the Great Utah Shakeout drill, which lasted three days, from April 17th to 19th.  This is a great example of the value of incorporating drills into your emergency planning … Continue reading

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New TTE Page

What is a TTE, you ask?  TTE is the acronym for a key piece of emergency management and planning, the Table-Top Exercise.  Over the past three years, we’ve used various TTEs in our training with NN/LM members and other groups, and … Continue reading

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Library Table-Top Exercise in the Snowy South

We have heard from Jie Li, Assistant Director for Collection Management at the Biomedical Library, University of South Alabama in Mobile, that her library held a very successful table-top exercise prior to a predicted snow storm recently.  While a few … Continue reading

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