Category Archives: Writing a Disaster Plan

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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Upcoming online class for developing a disaster plan:

SoliNET is offering a variety of classes on disaster planning and preservation techniques over the next couple of months.  Check here for the list.  For those of you not in the SoliNET domain, check your regional organization to see what’s available.  … Continue reading

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Highlighting a great salvage/recovery site: NEDCC

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 … Continue reading

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Highlighting a great salvage/recovery site: NEDCC

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 … Continue reading

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