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Highlighting a great salvage/recovery site: NEDCC

Monday, July 16th, 2007

The Northeast Document Conservation Center (NEDCC) has many very helpful resources available to help rescue paper-based collections.  (Their own disaster plan template, dPlan, is featured on their pages.)  What I found especially pertinent, however, were the many preservation leaflets–there’s a “Click to view Preservation Leaflets” link in the left menu bar on every page.  The leaflets deal with every situation imaginable and are well-written and succinct.  NEDCC also offers a 24/7 “hotline” number to call with salvage questions.  I’m adding them to our blog’s list of sources for future reference!

Wake-up Call!

Tuesday, July 10th, 2007

Check this out!  Did we think that our procedures are fine for shelter-in-place?  Take a look at this document from the “Redefining Readiness” work group, authored by some very well-spoken people from the New York Academy of Medicine.  Having any procedure is better than none, I suppose, but the questions raised by this document are as good as “lessons learned” before the event happens!  Back to the drawing board we go!

Largest Earthquakes by State

Thursday, May 17th, 2007

Here is another neat site from the US Geological Survey, listing the largest earthquake on record for each state in the US. You might want to refer to this when doing a risk assessment for your area.


New Presidential Disaster Declarations Map

Friday, May 11th, 2007

There is a new Presidential Disaster Declaration map available.  This map has data from January 3, 2000 to March 3, 2007.