7 edition of Disaster response and planning for libraries found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 137-147) and index.
|Statement||Miriam B. Kahn.|
|LC Classifications||Z679.7 .K38 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 152 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||152|
|LC Control Number||2002008968|
Disaster Response and Planning for Libraries provides clear instructions for creating a disaster plan for an institution and responding to a disaster after it occurs. Many forms and checklists are included in the book for quick reference. The author breaks the process down into four steps: response, recovery, prevention, and planning. Objectives: To develop a knowledgebase of stories illustrating the variety of roles that librarians can assume in emergency and disaster planning, preparedness, response, and recovery, the National Library of Medicine conducted an oral history project during the summer of Cited by:
Disaster planning | A well documented and tested disaster plan can ensure library staff respond quickly and effectively, minimise loss of stock and equipment, ensure the safety and well being of staff, provide continuity of service in some circumstances, and recover quickly. Plans are most effective if staff are trained in using the disaster response plan, and the plan is. Robertson on Library Security and Disaster Planning presents a collection of highly-cited, author published articles on security and disaster planning for libraries. The book represents the only place where these articles are compiled, making it a go-to volume for practitioners.
Disaster and Recovery Plans for Libraries. The following are resources intended to assist libraries with their collections disaster and recovering planning. How to Create and Implement a Collections Disaster Plan; Example Plans: Indiana State Library Collections Disaster and Recovery Plan. Providing a customized disaster response plan to assist libraries in quick recovery, this resource also outlines step to minimize damage and protect materials before trouble strikes. The first section of the book, "Response," contains information how to handle small jobs in-house and suggestions for working with contractors--with an emphasis on the need to get back to normal Cited by:
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Miriam B. Kahn is the founder of MBK Consulting, helping libraries, archives, corporations, and cultural institutions plan for, recover from, and prevent disasters that interrupt services. Sinceshe has worked in the field of preservation, consulting on disaster response, and offering hands-on assistance during disasters.
Sinceshe has been working in the field of preservation, consulting on disaster response, and offering hands-on assistance during disasters. She is the author of The Library Security and Safety Guide to Prevention, Planning, and Response and Cited by: Disaster Response and Planning for Libraries book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Fire, water, mold, construction problems, pow /5. Provides information on disaster and emergency response planning and management to assist librarians in the creation and updates of emergency response plans.
This book is suitable for community college, college, and university libraries as well as a pedagogical tool for library and information : Ala Library.
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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.
Disaster response and planning for libraries User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. This invaluable instruction guide for writing a disaster plan has been completely revised and updated from the original (Professional Media, LJ 4/15/98).
New is a case study on post-9/11 recovery and a scenario dealing with mold. A must for all libraries.5/5(1). During this time of uncertainty library workers are finding new ways to provide crucial information and services.
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No institution can be excluded from or is immune to the possibility. Disaster planning is a matter of basic security for libraries and archives, their staff and their. library disaster planning and recovery handbook Download library disaster planning and recovery handbook or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
Click Download or Read Online button to get library disaster planning and recovery handbook book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you. Emergency Planning and Response for Libraries, Archives and Museums is a thorough overview of the steps of emergency response and the issues that need to be considered in planning for and responding to a disaster.
Archivists creating or revising emergency plans would do well to read this book in conjunction with other resources written for a Cited by: 4. Disaster Response and Planning for Libraries (Book): Kahn, Miriam: Fire, water, mold, construction problems, power-outages--mishaps like these can not only bring library services to a grinding halt, but can also destroy collections and even endanger employees.
Preparing for the unexpected is the foundation of a library's best response. Expert Kahn comes to the rescue. Disaster Planning for Libraries and Library Users: Making a Difference During Difficult Times By Suzanne Davis, Children’s Librarian, East Bonner County Library – Sandpoint Branch Disasters and emergencies can have a variety of detrimental impacts on individuals, families, and communities.
In addition to injury, illness, or death, impacts can include reduced access to. ALA Neal-Schuman is offering a free PDF ebook of Library as Safe Haven: Disaster Planning, Response, and Recovery. Published in cooperation with the Medical Library Association, this nuts-and-bolts manual by Deborah Halsted, Shari Clifton, and Daniel Wilson covers such topics as an eight-step approach to developing a risk assessment plan, information on how to use.
With that goal in mind, the New Jersey State Library commissioned the Librarian’s Disaster Planning and Community Resiliency Guidebook and Workbook to help libraries in New Jersey and across the country to be better prepared to accept the new mantle of responsibility being thrust on them as a safe haven in times of crises.
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An ALCTS Webinar. Once a disaster strikes, the knee-jerk reaction is to rush in and save everything. Rushing in without advance planning puts collections at risk of more damage and staff at risk of injury.
This session discusses managing a disaster situation and salvaging collections. Topics covered include:This one-hour webcast discusses managing a disaster situation and ."The phrase ‘if you only buy one book on this subject, make sure it is this one’ is all too often over-used these days.
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