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A presentation from the Disaster Planning training day held by SINTO on 11th May 2010.

A presentation from the Disaster Planning training day held by SINTO on 11th May 2010.

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  • 1.
  • 2. SINTO Disaster Planning Training 11 May 2010
    Emergency Planning – the Libraries and Archive Conservator
    Teresa Januszonok ACR
  • 3. Presentation
    • Role of the Conservator
    • 4. How can the Conservator help?
    • 5. Preparing Emergency Plans
    • 6. Emergency Planning
    • 7. Training
    • 8. Recovery
    • 9. Successes
    • 10. What next?
  • The Role of the Conservator
  • The Role of the Conservator
  • How can the Conservator help?
  • How can the Conservator help ?
    Handle/treat damaged material:
  • How can the Conservator help?
    Formats:
  • How can the Conservator help?
    • Physical repair
    • 32. Preservation
    environmental control
    “Health and Safety”
    packaging
    • Specialist suppliers
    • 33. Emergency planning
  • Preparing Emergency Plans –Who should be included:
  • Preparing Emergency Plans - What should be included:
    Contact details:
  • Preparing Emergency Plans –What should be included:
    • Floor plans
    • 49. Security details
    • 50. Salvage instructions
    • 51. Street map
    • 52. Specific detail –e.g. gas boiler instruction
    • 53. Review date
    • 54. Guidance notes
    • 55. Structure for call out
    • 56. Disaster kit
    • 57. Who has copy of the plan
    • 58. Strictly confidential
    • 59. Lead complier
    • 60. Where master copy plan is stored
  • Preparing Emergency Plans
    • Sign up to a regional Emergency Plan- East Midlands Disaster squads
    • 61. Set up a joint plan
    Can be advantageous
  • Emergency planning
    • Assembling the Team
    • 65. Delegate tasks for compiling the information
    • 66. Elect lead person(s)
    • 67. Yearly review, but update as required
    • 68. Training
    • 69. Testing of the Plan
    • 70. Confidentially destroy
  • Emergency Planning
    • Know your building – inside and outside
    • 71. Check and note vulnerable area
    • 72. Check where utilities are
    • 73. Invite external services
    • 74. Inform new staff
    • 75. Contingency plan “What if?”
    • 76. Get to know your collections –prioritise salvaging
    • 77. Good housekeeping
  • Emergency planning
    Good housekeeping – ensure items are:
  • Emergency Planning
    • Test your storage enclosures
    • 80. Up grade
  • Training
    Consider:
  • Disaster Kit
  • 85. Recovery
    What can be achieved:
  • Successes
    • Emergency plans completed
    • 91. Emergency plans adopted
    • 92. Tested
  • Successes
    • Recovering from flood damage of 2009
    • 93. Respect of Insurance company
    • 94. Team work
    • 95. Strategic planning to have service up and running
    • 96. Realistic approach to collection management
  • What next?
    • Emergency plan devised for Central library
    • 97. External training
    • 98. Yearly review
    • 99. Feed back from insurance companies
  • Specialist Suppliers
    Recovery/salvaging/services:
    • Data & Archival Damage Control Centre:
    www.dadcc.com
    • Harwell Document Restoration Services
    www.hdrs.co.uk
    • Document S.O.S
    www.documentsos.com
  • 100. Specialist Suppliers
    • Preservation Advisory Centre
    www.bl.uk/blpac
    • Environmental Building Solutions Ltd
    www.ebssurvey.co.uk
    • ISS Ark & General
    www.issdamagecontrol.co.uk
  • 101. Specialist Suppliers
    • Conservation register
    www.conservationregister.com
    • Local Conservation Service
    www.sheffield.gov.uk/libraries/find/all/conservation-unit
    • National Museum of Wales
    www.museumwales.ac.uk
  • 102. Conclusion
  • 103. SINTO Disaster Planning Training 11 May 2009
    Emergency Planning – the Libraries and Archive Conservator
    Teresa Januszonok ACR