Process and Guidelines
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Libraries are constantly at risk. Every day, many libraries and their collections are damaged by fire, flooding, high winds, power outages, and criminal behaviour. Every library needs a plan to protect its staff, sites and collections, including yours. Disaster Planning for Libraries provides a practical guide to developing a comprehensive plan for any library. Twelve chapters cover essential areas of plan development; these include an overview of the risks faced by libraries, disaster preparedness and responding to disasters, resuming operations after a disaster and assessing damage, declaring disaster and managing a crisis, cleaning up and management after a disaster and normalizing relations, staff training, testing disaster plans, and the in-house planning champion.
- Provides a practical approach to developing a comprehensive plan for any library, big or small
- Supplements technical information with interviews and case studies
- Includes appendices covering pandemic management, moisture control, and library security
|Titel:||Chandos Information Professional Series, Disaster Planning for Libraries|
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Guy Robertson is adjunct professor at the University of British Columbia, a senior instructor at Langara College, and an instructor at the Justice Institute of British Columbia, Canada. Guy is noted for his research into book and manuscript theft, data loss and protection, and financial fraud and forgery. He has delivered keynote speeches, seminars, and workshops at conferences and has published widely on risk.
"Its strength is in risk identification and includes inventories of possible threats including toxic spills, train derailments, and nuclear power plant failures."--The Scholarly Kitchen, Disaster Planning for Libraries