DC/SLA Chapter and Military Libraries Group Event: Earthquakes, Hurricanes and Floods - Who Knew? Disaster Planning & Information Facilities

As seen on the DC/SL listserv:

Join the DC/SLA Chapter and Military Libraries Group for an interesting evening of expert information and advice on Wednesday, Nov 16, 2011 Register now! The way things are going, you just never know when you will need your Disaster Plan.

Members cost (includes DC/SLA, DCLA, LLSDC, ASIST) - $15; Students/Retirees/Job Seekers - $10; Non-Members - $20

Earthquakes, Hurricanes and Floods - Who Knew? Disaster Planning & Information Facilities

Price: $20.00 (non-members)

Date: November 16, 2011

Address:
1111 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Washington, DC
20004-2541 Map and Directions

Available Spaces: 40

Register for this Event

WHAT:

Within a couple week’s timeframe, natural disasters hit the DC region and libraries/info centers were some of the victims. Join the Miitary Libraries Group of DC/SLA as we take a closer look at Disaster Planning and Information Facilities.

WHO

Panel and Program: Tahirih Fuccas, Panel Facilitator; Anne Harrison, Library of Congress; William Sleeman, Supreme Court; Jay Bosanko, NARA Facilities, NCR

WHEN:

Wednesday, Nov 16, 2011 5:30 p.m. - Sign In and Light Refreshment,

6:30-8:00 p.m. Program, Q & A.

WHY:

We forgot to expect the unexpected, this is not the West Coast! Or the North Country!

Hopefully this panel will provide a wake up call (if the recent local natural disasters didn't already do that!) to the importance of Disaster Planning. This panel will concentrate on natural disasters, however should not leave out fire and terrorism of all kinds. Some of this will probably be lessons learned and how to update plans. Oh, and somebody mentioned Volcanos and Tornados! And the more recent snow and sleet!

TRANSPORT/PARKING:

Metro, Orange and Blue Lines, Federal Triangle Station

Parking is available in the area at various garages but street parking is not available until 6 p.m.

QUESTIONS: Contact Sharon Lenius via e-mail.

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