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1 California Model Progam /Homeland Security sf/content/df7e920749e f37f?opendocument California Agency and Inter Council of California, Inc. The purpose of CTEMHS is to enhance and develop the emergency management /homeland security capabilities of tribal governments for the preservation of life, land, and culture. California Nations Council Native American Alliance for Preparedness 2003 Model Progam The California Nations Council (CTN EMC) was created to increase the capacity of all California Nations to develop and sustain programs for all hazards management through the use of education, information sharing, training, and technical assistance. Lessons Learned Information Sharing https://www.llis.dhs.gov/index.do Federal Agency Web site Lessons Learned Information Sharing (LLIS.gov) is a US Department of Homeland Security/Federal Agency program. LLIS.gov provides an online network of lessons learned, best practices, and innovative ideas for the emergency management and homeland security communities. Recommended Professional Training (for staff of cultural heritage institutions) Preparing to Preserve ses.html reserve.html Heritage Preservation Training This site offers a list of free courses, most offered through FEMA's Independent Study Service, that teach official protocols and structure, terminology, and key local contacts for emergency response, whether students are assisting their own institutions or serving as part of a volunteer team. Heritage Preservation 2008 Publication (Download and "Preparing to Preserve" has three products: an Action Plan for integrating historic preservation concerns into emergency management systems, primarily at the state and local level; an " Model Checklist for Historic Preservation"; and a "1 2 3 Guide to Building Relationships with Officials." Alliance for Response org/afr/index Heritage Preservation Model Program Alliance for Response is a national program on cultural heritage and Managment ml disaster management. Through a series of local Forums, it builds bridges between the cultural heritage and emergency response communities before disasters happen. The Forums lead to new partnerships, policies, and cooperative planning efforts. Managment Coordinated Statewide Preparedness (COSTEP) Intergovernmental Preparedness for Essential Records National Response Framework Resource Center: Glossary Northeast Document Conservation Center Model Progam COSTEP is a planning tool designed to bring together cultural resource institutions with emergency management agencies and first responders. It provides a blueprint for preparing for area wide disasters and building alliances with federal, state, and local emergency management agencies. Council of State Archivists 2010 Training The IPER project consists of Web and CD based training for state and local governments nationwide on Records Preparedness and Response. Teams that deliver the training in each state can insert state specific information into the established curriculum, including resources for tribal staff. Federal Agency 2008 Web site This reference document contains definitions of key terms as they are applied within the National Response Framework (NRF). The NRF establishes a comprehensive, national, all hazards approach to domestic incident response. Heritage Preservation, September

2 Institute: Training for Federal Agency Training FEMA offers courses for tribal leaders and representatives on Representatives htm emergency management principles, operations, and systems: 580 Framework for Governments E581 Operations for Governments E344 for Officials IS 650 Building Partnerships with Governments is designed for state and local emergency managers who work with tribal governments. FEMA National Advisory Committee Sub Committee m Federal Agency 2010 Policy FEMA is developing a detailed plan of action to implement Executive Order 13175, Consultation and Coordination with Indian Governments, signed in 2010 and designed to establish regular and meaningful tribalconsultation and collaboration. Existing policies and programs will be reviewed and revised as well. Before and After Disasters: Federal for Cultural Institutions Foundation Grants for Preservation in Libraries, Archives, and Museums er.pdf Heritage Preservation 2005 Publication (Download and Provides information on 15 federal grant and loan programs to help cultural institutions and historic sites prepare for and recover from disasters. Many programs do not fund government agencies but might apply to private 501(c)(3) tribal museums, archives, libraries, or culture centers. grants.html Library of Congress 2010 Publication (Download) This publication lists 2,270 grants of $5,000 or more awarded by 505 foundations since It covers grants to public, academic, research, school, and special libraries, and to archives and museums for activities related to conservation and preservation, including disaster recovery and fire suppression. Guide to Navigating Federal Agency and Small Business Administration Disaster Aid for Cultural Institutions Institute of Museum and Library Services Grants for Federally Recognized Native American Tribes Heritage Preservation 2008 Publication (Download and ribe This booklet includes a summary of federal recovery funding regulations as they affect cultural heritage resources; state emergency management agency contact information; reprints of relevant FEMA, SBA, and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) policies and procedures; and two copies each of required FEMA, SBA, and IRS forms. Institute of Museum and Library Services 2010 Web site The Institute of Museum and Library Services is the primary source of federal support for the nation s libraries and museums. Several types of grants are available to federally recognized tribal nations. Preservation Assistance Grants National Endowment for the Humanities 2010 Web site Preservation Assistance Grants help small and mid sized institutions such as libraries, museums, historical societies, archival repositories, cultural organizations, town and county records offices, and colleges and universities improve their ability to preserve and care for their humanities collections. Disaster Assistance Policy Collections and Individual Object Eligibility _6.shtm Federal Agency 2008 Policy This policy outlines the criteria by which FEMA determines the eligibility of collections and individual objects, and the eligible work and costs related to the treatment of these collections and individual objects. The policy is applicable to all major disasters declared by the President. Heritage Preservation, September

3 National Park Service Heritage Grants National Park Service Web site The National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 authorizes grants to Federally recognized Indian tribes for cultural and historic preservation projects. These grants assist Indian Tribes, Alaskan Natives, and Native Hawaiian Organizations in protecting and promoting their unique cultural heritage and traditions. City of Tulsa Multi Hazard Plan: Historic Preservation and Cultural Resources Annex ning/npc/additional resources/2008 tulsa/session handouts tulsa/expect the Worst Flanagan 2008 NTHP Conference Presentation.pdf City of Tulsa, OK 2009 Model Program Policy Disaster for Historic Structures: Protection caldisater/manualfinal.pdf 1000 Friends of Florida; Florida Department of State, Division of Historical Resources; Florida Division of 2008 Publication (Download and The annex provides 5 year guidance for ensuring that the city of Tulsa and other partners implement mitigation activities that preserve and enhance the community's historic and cultural resources. The planning process has included Oklahoma's tribal nations. The manual s focus is on actual mitigation options for historic structures, identified and evaluated by historicpreservation and emergency management professionals, building code officials, and engineers. The manual makes the selection of appropriate mitigation solutions for historic properties easier and more timely. Integrating Historic Property and Cultural Resource Considerations into Hazard (FEMA 386 6) 6.shtm Federal Agency 2005 Publication (Download and This publication shows communities, step by step, how to develop and then implement pre disaster and mitigation planning strategies for their historic properties and cultural resources. While the emphasis is on the built environment, this guide also addresses the mitigation of cultural heritage, including museum collections, works of art, books, and documents. Protect Your Property or Business from Federal Agency 2009 Web site This Web site offers an index to FEMA publications available to Disaster htm#4 order or download about mitigating potential property damage from all hazards, earthquakes, fire, flooding, and high winds. Most resources are 2 page information sheets. MayDay TFlessons/MayDay.html Heritage National Task Force Model Progam MayDay is a national initiative that encourages archives, libraries, museums, and arts and historic preservation organizations to do "one thing" for emergency preparedness. historic preservation officers are invited to participate annually. Disaster Assistance Website Library of Congress Preservation Directorate, Center for Great Lakes Culture, and California Preservation Program Web site This Web site contains sample resources and disaster plans contributed by cultural institutions to assist in emergency planning. Building an Plan: A Guide for edu/conservation/publications/p Getty Conservation Institute 1999 Publication (Download) This guide offers a disaster planning manual with case studies. Museums and Other Cultural Institutions df_publications/emergency_plan.pdf Available as a PDF. CCI Notes icc.gc.ca/crc/notes/index eng.aspx Canadian Conservation Institute 1995 Publication (Download) The CCI Notes provide Practical advice about issues and questions related to the care, handling, and storage of cultural objects, including emergency preparedness. Many Notes are illustrated, and provide bibliographies as well as suggestions for contacting suppliers. Heritage Preservation, September

4 Curatorial Safety Messages National Park Service Museum 2005 Publication (Download) Safety messages include: Annual Fire Extinguisher Training, Fire.htm Program Evacuation, and Proper Lighting for Museum Safety. Disaster for Florida's Historic Resources df 1000 Friends of Florida; Florida Department of State, Division of Historical Resources; Florida Division of dplan: Online Disaster Tool Northeast Document Conservation Center 2006 Publication (Download and 2006 Publication (Download and This handbook outlines steps to integrate historic resource protection into the local disaster planning process. dplan is a free online tool that simplifies the process of writing a disaster plan by using a comprehensive fill in the blank template. Once completed, dplan generates a printed disaster plan specific to the institution, and it can be updated continuously. CalPreservation Preparedness and California Preservation Program 2005 Web site This site provides a Generic Disaster Workbook to assist institutions Response Resources in writing disaster plans, a sample Library Disaster Plan Exercise, and a Disaster Plan Template. Museum Handbook, Part I: Museum Collections, Chapter 10: /MHI/mushbkI.html National Park Service 2000 Publication (Download and This document provides guidance on, and outlines procedures for, the care and preventive conservation for all disciplines and materials represented by NPS collections. Much of the information, particularly about emergency planning, applies to collecting institutions of all types. Plan Ahead Federal Agency 2009 Web site Plan Ahead is FEMA's main Web page for links to tools and publications to help individuals, property owners, and businesses prepare for disasters. Weather Safety Fact Sheets: Hurricanes, Floods, Thunderstorms, Winter Storms National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Publication (Download) NOAA has many brochures and outreach materials to increase the public s awareness of weather safety and emergency preparedness. Many of the tips in these brochures apply to cultural resources. Campbell Center html#emergencyprep Campbell Center Training This training center offers an annual course on emergency preparedness, response, and recovery that also includes hands on salvage. Connecting to Collections: Guide to Online Resources Institute of Museum and Library Services 2009 Web site The Guide to Online Resources is a companion to the IMLS Connecting to Collections Bookshelf, a core set of books, DVDs, online resources, and an annotated bibliography. Conserve O Grams /conserveogram/cons_toc.html National Park Service Publication (Download and Conserve O Grams are leaflets containing concise guidance on security, fire, and disaster response and recovery from the collections care perspective. Preparedness and Response Toolkit National Network of Libraries of Medicine 2009 Web site The Toolkit is an emergency preparedness resource for libraries, including disaster stories, model assistance agreements sample disaster plans, and disaster news. Heritage Preservation, September

5 Response Resources National Institute for Occupational Safety 2009 Web site This Web site provides links to information about hazards l and Health associated with storm and flood cleanup. The information is intended to help employers and workers prepare in advance for anticipated response activities and to prevent work related injuries and illnesses in the field once rescue, recovery, and clean up begin. Field Guide to Response https://www.heritagepreservation.org/catalog/pro duct.asp?intprodid=33 Heritage Preservation 2006 Publication (Download and The Field Guide provides step by step instructions tailored to the scope of an emergency at cultural institutions. It includes advice for forming a response team, object salvage and stabilization, and a DVD showing salvage steps. The guide includes a Rapid Collections Assessment Form and a shopping list of essential supplies. Portions are available to view or print on the Web. Heritage National Task Force: Cooperative Disaster Network List Heritage National Task Force: Resources for and Preparedness TFDisasterNetworks.html TFPlanPrepare.html Heritage Preservation 2010 Publication (Download) A list of local cooperative disaster assistance networks across the U.S. Heritage Preservation 2010 Web site A central source for cultural institutions and the general public about planning for disasters affecting cultural resources or family heirlooms. It contains information and tools to help you become familiar with possible hazards, develop emergency plans, train staff and volunteers, and get to know emergency responders. Heritage National Task Force: Resources for TFRespRecover.html Heritage Preservation 2010 Web site This Web site is a central source for cultural institutions and the general public about responding to disasters affecting cultural resources or family heirlooms. It contains resources for dealing with disasters and managing grecovery efforts, including informational news releases and streaming 'how to' salvage videos. Primer for Disaster Preparedness /primer/primintro.html National Park Service 1993 Web site This primer discusses how to plan for, salvage, and care for paper objects in emergencies such as fire, flood, and earthquake. Natural Disasters: Preparedness, and Response hnical assistance/disaster recovery/ National Trust for Historic Preservation 2010 Web site This Web site provides links to essential resources that can help historic preservation organizations, governments, or individuals prepare for and respond to natural disasters. Northern States Conservation Center Northern States Conservation Center Training This center offers online training courses for cultural heritage professionals that address emergency preparedness and response. Pocket Response Plan (PReP) Council of State Archivists 2006 Publication (Download and The Pocket Response Plan (PReP) is a concise document for k/prep.htm recording essential information needed by staff in case of a disaster. It can be customized for institutions and individuals, and it fits in a pocket or wallet. On one side is an Communication Directory with key contact information; the other side contains an Response Checklist. Heritage Preservation, September

6 Preparing Protecting and Preserving Family Library of Congress 2009 Web site This Web site includes general collections salvage tips and video Treasures html demonstrations for a variety of object types. Preservation Leaflets: Northeast Document Conservation Center 2007 Publication (Download) The leaflets cover a wide range of emergency topics, including fire detection and suppression, disaster planning, and object salvage. Records Information: State, Local, and Governments tribal local.html Regional Alliance for Preservation (RAP) arcc.org/index.php Regional Alliance for Preservation Outreach Training National Archives Administration Web site Records emergency links for State,, and Local Governments RAP's 15 member organizations are located throughout the United States and provide a comprehensive network of services to assist museums, libraries, and archives with conservation and preservation needs. Most conduct workshops on emergency planning and response, and some provide 24 hour disaster assistance. Working With Responders: Tips for Cultural Institutions https://www.heritagepreservation.org/catalog/pro duct.asp?intprodid=39 Heritage Preservation 2009 Publication (Download and This poster provides advice for cultural institutions on how to find and build relationships with local emergency responders and interact with responders before, during, and after an emergency. A Public Trust at Risk: The Heritage Health Index Report on the State of America's Collections https://www.heritagepreservation.org/catalog/pro duct.asp?intprodid=30 Heritage Preservation 2005 Publication (Download and "A Public Trust at Risk" summarizes the findings of the Heritage Health Index survey, which gathered collections data from over 3,300 archives, libraries, historical societies, museums, archaeological repositories, and scientific research organizations. Data for institutions with tribal governance was collected. Archeology Technical Briefs Br/index.htm National Park Service 2008 Publication (Download) The Archeology Technical Briefs provide assistance for caring for archeological collections. Cataclysm and Challenge: Impact of September 11, 2001, on Our Nation's Cultural Heritage lysm.htm Heritage Preservation 2002 Publication (Download and This report offers the first comprehensive study of the loss of cultural and historic resources resulting from the terrorist attacks on September 11, The report features findings from a survey of 122 collecting institutions in Lower Manhattan and recommendations on emergency planning. Federal Preservation Institute https://www.historicpreservation.gov/web/14501/ 1 National Park Service 2010 Web site The Federal Preservation Institute provides historic preservation news and information, with particular emphasis on information and training opportunities for Federal agency preservation officers, their staff, and contractors. Heritage Health Index: Chapter 7, and Security 7.pdf Heritage Preservation 2005 Publication (Download and This report provides detailed results from survey questions related to emergency preparedness with recommendations. One major finding was that 80% of collecting institutions do not have an emergency or disaster plan that includes collections, or staff trained to carry it out. Heritage Preservation, September

7 History and Culture: How To Guides National Park Service 2009 Publication (Download and The National Park Service has developed technical guidance, publications, and training to share its expertise in documenting historic buildings and structures. Many of these tools for museum management, archeological site management, and historic building preservation are listed here. Managing Archeological Collections Online Course s/index.htm National Park Service 2007 Training This distance learning course is designed to assist those who are interested in, or need to learn more about, preserving and managing archeological collections over the long term. National Register of Historic Places National Park Service Web site The National Register of Historic Places is the official list of the Nation's historic places worthy of preservation. Authorized by the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, the National Register of Historic Places is part of a national program to coordinate and support efforts to identify, evaluate, and protect America's historic and archeological resources. Preservation and Guidelines for Vanishing Treasures Resources rmr/treasure_resource.pdf National Park Service 2009 Publication (Download and These broad guidelines are for creating preservation and management plans for a wide variety cultural resources. Preservation Briefs om.htm Preservation Technical Notes home.htm National Park Service 2010 Publication (Download) The Preservation Briefs provide guidance on preserving, rehabilitating and restoring historic buildings. National Park Service 2010 Publication (Download) The Preservation Tech Notes provide practical information on traditional practices and innovative techniques for successfully maintaining and preserving cultural resources. Technical Preservation Services, Technical Publications htm National Park Service 2010 Web site Technical Preservation Services publishes state of the art information about responsible methods of caring for historic buildings. American Institute for Conservation Collections Response Team Id=695 American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works Outreach AIC CERT is a team of 60 cultural heritage professionals trained to respond to disasters at cultural heritage institutions. Teams of conservators have also been deployed internationally. Disaster Resources National Center for Preservation Training and Technology 2009 Web site This Web site provides links to disaster recovery resources across the Web. Salvage Wheel https://www.heritagepreservation.org/catalog/wh eel1.htm Heritage Preservation 2005 Publication (In Print Only) This slide chart provides action steps outlining critical stages of disaster response, such as stabilizing the environment and assessing damage, and salvage steps that provide practical tips for nine types of collections: books and documents, photographs, electronic records, paintings, and more. Also available in Spanish. Find a Conservator Id=495&parentID=472 American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works 2010 Web site This online tool helps users identify and locate professional conservation services from all across the United States and abroad. Heritage Preservation, September

8 Heritage National Task Force: 24 hour Disaster Assistance List TFRAP.htm Heritage Preservation 2009 Web site A list of regional conservation and preservation organizations available to offer free technical assistance and information to cultural institutions and the public throughout the United States about salvaging collections and family treasures. Information for Owners of Damaged Buildings Following a Natural Disaster North Carolina State Historic Preservation Office Web site This Web site provides links to resources that assist historic property owners in recovering from a natural disaster. Information on Major Disasters rent.html Heritage Preservation 2010 Web site This web page of the Heritage National Task Force documents damage and response that impact multiple cultural institutions. The page provides resource information for affected institutions, including contact information for state and tribal historic preservation officers, basic response and salvage advice, and an archive of past disasters. National Response Framework Federal Agency 2008 Policy The National Response Framework (NRF) provides for a unified national response to disaster. It defines the roles and structures that help governmental and nongovernmental partners work together. Support Function (ESF) #11 of the NRF addresses the protection of natural and cultural resources and historic properties. The Relations Support Annex describes policies and operations for effective coordination of federal incident management activities with those of tribal governments. Wet National Park Service 2005 Publication (Download and This Web site provides resources for the recovery of wet recovery.htm collections. Rapid Building and Site Assessment Form sment.pdf National Center for Preservation Training and Technology, National Park Service Publication (Download and This form allows for quick assessment of damage to historic buildings and sites following a disaster. Salvage Operations for Water Damaged Archival Collections 2/wn html Betty Walsh 2008 Publication (Download) This publication provides in depth guidance on salvaging archival collections from water. An accompanying chart shows how types of materials should be prioritized for salvage; it also provides handling precautions and recommended packing and drying methods. Salvage Procedures for Wet Items rgency.html Minnesota Historical Society 2010 Publication (Download and This publication provides recommendations for saving damaged family collectibles, paper, books, photographs, textiles, and ceramic, wood or metal items. FLICC Disaster Contract Guidelines ster/flicc%20disaster%20%20contract% 20Guidelines.pdf Federal Library and Information Center Committee 2007 Publication (Download and This document is a draft of proposed guidelines for Disaster Contract that the FLICC Disaster Preparedness Working Group developed for Federal Agencies, especially Federal libraries, information centers, and archives, but also serves as a good example of the type of issues that should be addressed in such a contract. Save Outdoor Sculpture Rapid Collection Assessment Form pidassess.pdf Heritage Preservation Publication (Download) This form allows for quick assessment of the condition of outdoor sculpture following a disaster. Heritage Preservation, September

9 Technical Training Bulletins: Salvage Conservation Center for Art and Historic 2007 Publication (Download and These bulletins address disaster recovery needs integral to Artifacts operating any collection holding institution. Each technical bulletin takes you step by step from response through recovery and includes information such as disaster preparedness, recovery procedures, and hazardous situations. American Indian Liaison Office National Park Service Outreach The mission of the American Indian Liaison Office is to improve relationships between American Indian Tribes, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians and the National Park Service through consultation, outreach, technical assistance, education, and advisory services. Arizona State Museum: American Indian Arizona State Museum Training The American Indian Programs office was created in the fall of 1998 Programs html with the first full time staff devoted to developing programs for, and maintaining relationships with, American Indian tribes in the southwest. Association of Archives, Libraries, and Museums Workshops Association of Archives, Libraries, and Museums Training ATALM sponsors workshops and conferences for tribal archives, libraries, and museums. A comprehensive needs assessment of tribal cultural institutions is underway. COOP Training for Representatives htm Federal Agency Training In 2010 representatives were trained to deliver the COOP Training course to other tribal emergency coordinators. The curriculum has been developed specifically to address tribal needs for Continuity of Operations and Plans(COOP). Federal, State, and Historic Preservation Programs and Officers Advisory Council on Historic Preservation 2010 Web site This web site includes links to Federal policies regarding HistoricPreservation programsunderthenationalhistoric Preservation Act. Go Learn Knowledge Portal: Working Effectively with Governments Course National Association of Historic Preservation Officers Web site U.S. Office of Personnel 2010 Training This course introduces users to concepts essential to understanding the unique political status of federally recognized Indian Tribes and provides links to various federal statutes that pertain to Indian tribes. National Association of Historic Preservation Officers National Native Museum Training Program National Association of Historic Preservation Officers Seminole Tribe of Florida Historic Resources Office Plan ncy_plan_2009.pdf Seminole Tribe of Florida Ah Tah Thi Ki Museum Web site Training Publication (Download and Founded in 1998, the Association is a national non profit membership organization of government officials who implement federal and tribal preservation laws. NATHPO's purpose is to support the preservation, maintenance, and revitalization of the culture and traditions of Native peoples. The Training Program will offer one security course (Introduction to Museum Security) in March This phase of the training program is funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through This Plan is an all hazards plan that establishes the framework for the management of natural, man made, or technological incidents that may affect the Ah Tah Thi Ki Museum. It provides the structure and mechanisms for coordination of internal functions and external support and for protecting against and recovering from interruptions to the Museum s continuity of operations. Heritage Preservation, September

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