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|Disaster Response for the Records Manager||
Are you prepared for disaster? Do you have a plan ready to avoid or recover from a records disaster quickly, safely, and effectively? This webinar will present actual disaster and recovery examples to illustrate how to respond to a disaster to your records. It will also discuss planning to mitigate damage that could occur to your organization's records management operations.
|Webinar||Local Governments||Disaster Planning||See Disaster Response for the Records Manager for upcoming availability, webinars, and more.|
|Electronic Records Disaster Planning and Recovery||
This webinar focuses on electronic records disasters. Electronic records are susceptible to damage from water from floods and fires, heat from fires, power surges, computer viruses, and accidental or intentional destruction of data. Participants will learn how to mitigate these risks and respond to these disasters.
This webinar will explain how to:
|Webinar||Local Governments, State Agencies||Disaster Planning, Electronic Records, Questions for IT, General Records Management||See Electronic Records Disaster Planning and Recovery for upcoming availability, webinars, and more.|
|Emergency Preparedness Basics: Getting Started||
Presenter: Amelia Parks, Archives Specialist, DHPSNY
|Webinar||Historical Records Repositories||Disaster Planning||See Emergency Preparedness Basics: Getting Started for upcoming availability, webinars, and more.|
|Introduction to Emergency Planning and Preparedness||
Presenter: Samantha Forsko, Preservation Specialist, Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts Emergency preparedness is one of the most important steps any cultural institution can take to safeguard its collections. This webinar provides a “big picture” overview of emergency planning and preparedness.
|Webinar||Historical Records Repositories||Disaster Planning||See Introduction to Emergency Planning and Preparedness for upcoming availability, webinars, and more.|
|Risk Assessment for Collecting Institutions||
Presenter: Samantha Forsko, Preservation Specialist, Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts
|Webinar||Historical Records Repositories||Disaster Planning, Historical Records||See Risk Assessment for Collecting Institutions for upcoming availability, webinars, and more.|
|Stories from the Field: Mold at RPI||
Presenters: Tammy Gobert, Preservation and Access Archivist, Institute Archives and Special Collections, RPI Jenifer Monger, Assistant Institute Archivist, Institute Archives and Special Collections, RPI Dealing with a large mold outbreak is one of the most difficult situations an institution can face; in this webinar, staff from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Library share insight and lessons learned after they tackled a large mold outbreak in the collections.
|Webinar||Historical Records Repositories||Collections Storage, Disaster Planning, Historical Records||See Stories from the Field: Mold at RPI for upcoming availability, webinars, and more.|