Disaster Planning and Recovery

Preservation Leaflet 3.3: Disaster Planning 
Northeast Document Conservation Center

Disaster Preparedness
North Carolina State Historical Records Advisory Board

Disaster Preparedness and Response
Conservation Online

Disaster Recovery Resources
LYRASIS

What To Do If Collections Get Wet
Preservation Directorate, Library of Congress

Disaster Response and Recovery
American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works

General Salvage Techniques (click on “Salvage Glossary”)
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

Emergency Response and Salvage Wheel
National Task Force on Emergency Response, Heritage Preservation

Emergency Salvage of Moldy Books and Paper
Northeast Document Conservation Center

Emergency Salvage of Wet Books and Records
Northeast Document Conservation Center

Flood Recovery Booklet
Iowa Conservation and Preservation Consortium

Health and Biohazard Resources
Imaging and Preservation Services, Amigos Library Services

Managing a Mold Invasion: Guidelines for Disaster Response (PDF)
Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts

Mitigating Disaster: A strategic guide to risk management in heritage collections
UNESCO Memory of the World Program

Heritage Emergency National Task Force on Emergency Response
Heritage Preservation

Replacement Resources: For the Deteriorated, Damaged, and Lost
Imaging and Preservation Services, Amigos Library Services

Preserving Our Documentary Heritage (MS Word Doc)
Produced by the Core Activity on Preservation and Conservation (PAC)  International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions for the Sub-Committee on Technology, Memory of the World Programme, United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

Salvage Operations for Water Damaged Collections
Conservation Online

Disaster Plans
Conservation Online

The Disaster Plan (MS Powerpoint Presentation)
North Carolina Preservation Consortium