People, paper, data
Disaster planning for libraries
Risks prevail at all libraries, which require disaster plans to protect employees, patrons, and facilities. Disaster plans should include measures for preparedness, response, and resumption. Emergency supplies should be available at all library sites. A sample response plan for a library describes what employees should do to stay safe during disasters. This plan covers risks such as fire, flooding, explosions, bomb threats, earthquakes, toxic spills, and severe weather.
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