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The purpose of this document is to establish the terms of agreement between the agencies and organizations that comprise the Colorado Crisis Education and Response Network (CoCERN) which is envisioned as an inclusive, organized, collaborative and cooperative network for disaster behavioral health response. Guy Robertson’s Disaster Planning for Libraries: Process and Guidelines, is long on lists and short on practical advice for putting together a succinct disaster plan.


While well organized—the work is largely a compilation of bullet points—the focus appears to be generic corporate disaster planning with barely a mention of the issue that differentiates libraries—collections. The most significant reminder provided in Disaster Planning for Libraries is how useful it is for libraries to keep their disaster plan simple—but Robertson fails to demonstrate how to do that in favor of providing interminable lists of things planners should not forget to consider. Readers with an interest in disaster preparedness should consider consulting the existing literature.


A number of well-tested books on the topic already exist and should prove readily available—An Ounce of Prevention: Integrated Disaster Planning for Archives, Libraries, and Record Centres, (2002); Help!



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