Category Archives: Writing a Disaster Plan

Update on dPlan “Lite”

At our training sessions, we have mentioned dPlan, which is hosted by the Northeast Document Conservation Center (NEDCC), as a template that is easy to use for creating a disaster plan.  It can be created in increments and saved on … Continue reading

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New Sample Plan from UT Memphis

Many thanks to Frank Singarella for sending us the Emergency and Disaster Response Plan for the University of Tennessee/Memphis HSL’s library.  Please use the link below to see an excellent example of a plan, helpful to everyone, and especially for … Continue reading

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Heritage Preservation says “Do one thing…”

Heritage Preservation is encouraging cultural institutions to observe May Day this year by reviewing our preparedness situations, starting with “Do one thing for emergency preparedness.” There are some good suggestions for all of us with regard to our disaster plans … Continue reading

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Successful Strategies for Emergency Planning…

Here’s an outline of what we talked about at the THeSLA meeting with regard to creating disaster plans for our organizations.  Rather than focus on creating a comprehensive plan, which is the result of following the “Susan’s suggestions” thread here … Continue reading

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