Category Archives: Service Continuity

Planning for Your Next Service Disruption

The National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NN/LM) recommends that all libraries create a response plan based on the Pocket Response Plan (PReP) that was developed by the Council of State Archivists (CoSA). This is a one-page plan that can … Continue reading

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Service in the Storm

The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Library has their “Inclement Weather” page up on their website today, due to the winter weather sweeping across the South.  Check it out here:  http://www.library.uams.edu/inclement-weather.aspx.   The page is a great example of how a library … Continue reading

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Updated Slides and Notes Now Available

Dan Wilson, Coordinator of NNLM’s Emergency Preparedness & Response Initiative, has updated the slides and the notes that are available for teaching the “10-Step Approach to Service Continuity Planning” class.  They are available from the “Training” page here on the … Continue reading

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Bethesda EP group celebrates its third birthday

Cara Breeden has let us know that the Bethesda Medical Libraries Emergency Preparedness Partnership (BMLEPP) held its third annual meeting on August 20 at Suburban Hospital.  Quoting from Cara’s message:  “At this yearly meeting, which is the extent of time required, … Continue reading

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