Disaster Plan of the Thomas G. Carpenter Library University of North Florida

Prepared by the Library Contingency Planning Committee
Victoria Thomas Stanton, Chair
University of North Florida
Jacksonville, Florida
August 1991
TABLE OF CONTENTS

    I.   INTRODUCTION.
    II.  EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION.
    III. REACTION TO EMERGENCY SITUATION.
    IV.  PREPARING FOR EVACUATION.
    V.   RECOVERY PROCESS.
    VI.  POST-DISASTER PROCESS.
    APPENDIX A : SALVAGE TEAM MEMBERS & RESPONSIBILITIES.
    APPENDIX B : UNF EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS.
    APPENDIX C : UNF LIBRARIANS
         (and selected staff willing to be contacted for emergencies)
    APPENDIX D : COLLECTION PRIORITIES - MASTER LIST.
    APPENDIX E : COLLECTION PRIORITIES - DEPARTMENTAL.
    APPENDIX F : SUPPLIES AND SUGGESTED SUPPLIERS NEEDED IN DISASTER.
    APPENDIX G : LIBRARY EMERGENCY SUPPLIES AVAILABLE ON SITE.
    APPENDIX H : RESTORATION COMPANIES.
    APPENDIX I : CONSULTANTS.
    APPENDIX J : DISASTER PREPAREDNESS CONSORTIUM MEMBERS.
    APPENDIX K : EMERGENCY PROCEDURE FOR LOWERING ELEVATORS.
    APPENDIX L : LIFE SAFETY ALARM SYSTEM LOCATIONS.

I.  INTRODUCTION

    This document outlines actions to take in the event of a disaster
    to the UNF Library.  It is hoped that adherence to this plan will
    minimize damage to the collections, and will assist in speedy
    restoration of library service to the UNF community.

    The UNF library's collections cost over $13,000,000.00 for
    purchases made from 1970-1991.  It is estimated that at least 60%
    of the volumes are no longer in print, and the cost to replace
    those that are available would be much higher than the original
    purchase price.  If the collection were damaged, a decision about
    salvaging library volumes would have to be made quickly and
    logically.  It would not only be a credit to the university but
    would effect a savings of time and money to react immediately and
    salvage critical materials.

    The plan requires the cooperation and coordination of several UNF
    departments, as well as the speedy involvement of the library
    staff.  It has been found that in times of distress, a coalition
    of informed, capable and willing participants remains the primary
    component for successful recovery.

    This plan will be updated annually.

    A.  Description of the University.
        The University of North Florida opened for classes in
        1972, and had 8,080 students in 1990/91.  UNF offers
        undergraduate and graduate education, with Master's degrees in
        education, business, computer science, and several Arts and
        Sciences programs, as well as the Education Doctorate.  The
        University has both apartment and dormitory housing on-campus,
        but the majority of the students commute, with the evening
        program busier than the daytime courses.  UNF is a member of
        the State University System, administered by a Board of
        Regents.  For this reason, all insurance coverage is at the
        state level.  UNF buildings, including the Library, are
        self-insured by the State of Florida.  Until a disaster
        strikes, it is unclear how adequately the self-insurance fund
        will cover replacement of library materials, furnishings,
        equipment, and buildings.

        The 1,000 acre campus is located off St. Johns Bluff Road
        South in suburban Jacksonville.  At present, there is one
        entrance road to the campus.  The UNF police are responsible
        for security and traffic management.

    B.  Description of the Collection.
        The UNF Library was founded as the campus was being developed
        in 1970, and now houses over 527,000 volumes.  The 120,000
        square foot library building was completed in 1980, and is a
        concrete block, glass, and brick building.  The building has a
        wet pipe sprinkler system and meets all fire codes in effect
        in 1980.  The Library supports the graduate and undergraduate
        curriculum through hard copy and microformat materials, and
        with approximately 3600 continuation subscriptions.  The print
        collection is augmented by the collection of curriculum and
        audiovisual materials (audio, VHS, 16mm film, computer disks),
        and classical and American music on tapes, records, and
        compact disks.  Special Collections houses the collections of
        Eartha White (a local black humanitarian), and the archives of
        Florida State Senator John E. Mathews, Jr., among other rare
        materials.  The Documents Collection is a selective depository
        for Federal, State, and local documents, and also houses the
        Map Collection.

        Most of the collection includes titles published since
        1970.  Many of the volumes in the library are no longer in
        print.  The library department heads have identified titles in
        their collections that are rare or otherwise irreplaceable.
        These items are considered priority volumes to save and
        restore in the event of a disaster.

    C.  Development of the Plan
        This plan was developed by the UNF Library Contingency
        Planning Committee during 1990/91.  Members of the committee
        were:
               Eileen Brady           Reference Librarian
               Kathleen Cohen         Assistant Director of Libraries
               Geraldine Collins      Head of Circulation Department
               Andrew Farkas          Director of Libraries
               Judy Hiden             Administrative Assistant
               Bob Jones              Head of Public Services Division
               Sarah Philips          Head of Reference Department
               Linda Smith            Head of Cataloging Department
               Vicki Stanton, Chair   Head of Serials Department

        The committee's goals were threefold: (1) to develop a
        disaster plan that would detail preventive measures to
        minimize potential damage; (2) to develop a plan of action for
        stabilizing the Library after a disaster; and  (3) to describe
        methods and equipment for recovery.  The plan includes lists
        of resource people and restoration companies, as well as
        sources of supplies, materials and equipment for salvage
        operations.

        The plan also outlines critical collections to save in the
        event of an emergency.  The Library plan augments the
        University of North Florida Emergency Operations Plan,
        published in  July, 1985.  The plan is written to guide staff
        in disaster recovery.  General preventive maintenance is
        covered in other library documents.

        The committee recognized the need to consult and coordinate
        this plan with several other campus departments.  The
        following people were invaluable in offering their resources
        and expertise:

            Lt. John Anderson, UNF Police
            Charlie Bear, Director, Physical Facilities Department
            Richard Crosby, Assistant Vice-President, Administration
              andPlanning
            Steve Peacock, Director, Purchasing Department

    D.  Copies of the Plan.
        Official copies of the plan are kept by:

            Director of Libraries
            Assistant Director of Libraries
            Division Head, Public Services
            Division Head, Technical Services
            UNF Police Department
            Vice President for Academic Affairs
            Special Collections - UNF Archives

        All Library faculty have been issued a copy of the plan.
        In addition, Library faculty who are on the Salvage Team are
        also expected to have a copy of the plan at their homes, and
        should bring it with them when called to a disaster.

II. EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION.

    In an emergency situation, the UNF Police will be the key
    officials in charge of the campus with the highest ranking police
    officer acting as the Director of the Emergency Operations Center
    (EOC).  The EOC Director will be in constant contact with the
    University President or his designee.  During a campus emergency,
    the University of North Florida Emergency Operation Plan will take
    precedence over the library disaster plan.  In all emergency
    situations, the primary objective is the safety of human lives.
    Salvage and disaster recovery operations will be of secondary
    importance, and will take place only when the building is declared
    safe.

    When a disaster occurs, notify the UNF Police, the Director of
    Libraries, and the Library's Emergency Coordinator.  Refer to the
    list of the Salvage Team members in Appendix A.  The coordinator
    will call other people as needed.

    Fire or Emergency
        Dial ZERO for UNF Police (or ext. 2800).
        The Police will call all Duval County fire, police, and rescue
        units.
        Evacuate building according to the Circulation Department's
        instructions.
        Contact the Library's Emergency Coordinator.

    Water or Electrical Problems
        Notify a supervisor and the Director of Libraries' Office
        (COM 1 or ext. 2553).
        If the library supervisor is not available, call Physical
        Facilities at ext. 2481 or 2482.
        After normal working hours, call Physical Facilities at ext.
        2480 (24 hour phone)
        (If critical, use beeper number for Director of Physical
        Facilities).
        Consult the Library phone list in Appendices A and C for
        additional phone numbers.
        Use judgment to evacuate building (consult with supervisor,
        police, physical facilities).
        Call the Library's Emergency Coordinator.
        If possible, move wet books to book trucks and/or cover ranges
        with plastic sheeting (in Technical Services' storeroom).
        If sprinklers need to be turned off, refer to Section V., B. 4
        (page 9).

    Threats, Security Problems
        Notify supervisor.
        Call the UNF Police at ZERO or ext. 2800.

    Damage to the Collections
        Contact the Library's Emergency Coordinator.  The coordinator
        will assess damage and determine who else should be notified.
        Consult list of Salvage Team members if coordinator is not
        available.

III. REACTION TO EMERGENCY SITUATION.

    A.  Evacuation.
        When the library fire alarm sounds, each individual should:
        1.  Notify patrons in the area to exit the building.
        2.  Turn off all electrical appliances (e.g. coffee pots,
            heaters, hot plates, fans, computers).  Leave lights on.
        3.  Take any library materials that have previously been
            assigned as items to evacuate  (department specific).
        4.  Take all personal belongings, including keys, coats, and
            purses.
        5.  Close but do not lock inside doors.
        6.  Leave the building and wait in a predesignated area for an
            "all clear" message, or for further instructions.

        Designated people in each department should:
        1.  Make sure that exterior doors are closed.
        2.  Assist anyone needing help.  (Campus policy is being
            developed.)
        3.  Check the area for unfamiliar objects (such as packages,
            briefcases, etc.) and bring these to the attention of the
            police.
        4.  Lock outside doors.

        To get official Library instructions, meet at the assigned
        area:
        FIRST FLOOR STAFF:
            Meet near the recycle bin at the end of the drive behind
            the Library.
        SECOND AND THIRD FLOOR STAFF:
            Meet in the parking lot at the end of the bridge west of
            the Library.

        Department heads should check to make sure that everyone in
        their department is safe.  Notify the police if anyone is
        missing or refuses to leave the building.

        Procedures for lowering elevators are in Appendix K.  The
        police or physical facilities are authorized to lower the
        elevators.

        The Director, or his designee, will stay at the second floor,
        front entrance or at the bridge if the building is not
        accessible.  Official messages will come from the Director or
        police officers.

        Once everyone has been evacuated, observe the following:
        1.  Move a safe distance away from the building.
        2.  Honor all police barricades and instructions.
        3.  Stay away from book drop areas.
        4.  Understand that the building is under police control.
            Do not let anyone back in the building unless instructed
            by a police or administration official.
        5.  Do not make public comments on the event.  Refer the press
            and other interested individuals to the police or official
            University spokesperson.  Do not start or disseminate
            rumors.
        6.  Use no radio transmitting equipment.  It might set off a
            detonation device.
        7.  Reflect the same reaction to the event as shown by
            University officials.

    B.  Communications.
        To keep abreast of University events, use the following media:
        1.  If you have access to a pc or a terminal, check PROFS for
            recent messages.
        2.  Call the University Bulletin Board at 646-2660.
        3.  Check local TV stations (Channels 4,12,17) and radio
            stations at the following frequencies (these are the
            stations that University Relations routinely notifies):

                      WOKV     600 AM
                      WPDQ     690 AM

        4.  Civil Defense broadcasts on radio frequencies:

                      WPDQ     690 AM
                      WIVY     102.9 FM

        5.  Notifying Staff.
            If staff must be called at home, each department head will
            be responsible for calling the permanent, OPS, and student
            staff in their department.  Department heads should have
            (at their home) the home phone numbers for all Library
            personnel.

IV. PREPARING FOR EVACUATION

    A.  The Library may have advance warning of an impending disaster
        such as a hurricane.  Preparation should include the
        following:
        1.  Move emergency supplies and equipment to third floor study
            room.
        2.  Check supplies and immediately purchase necessary items.
        3.  Stockpile water and food.
        4.  Move audiovisual items from bottom shelves.
        5.  Cover stacks near doors and windows with plastic.
        6.  Empty book drops.
        7.  Move all PCs and equipment to study rooms or safe areas
            and cover with plastic.
        8.  Move back up disks to safe area, preferably out of the
            building.
        9.  Seal filing cabinets with tape then cover with plastic.

    B.  Consult priority lists to identify critical materials and move
        them if necessary.  The master list of Collection Priorities
        (Appendix D) identifies the most important items to save
        and/or salvage in case of a library-wide disaster.  The
        departmental lists (Appendix E) should be used if damage is
        limited to specific areas of the library.  Use the lists in
        consultation with the Emergency Coordinator and the heads of
        the various Library departments.

V.  RECOVERY PROCESS.

    A.  Evaluation of Damage.
        The recovery process should begin only after an emergency
        situation has been brought under control.  The first concern
        should always be the safety of individuals.  The Library
        Coordinator, Director of Libraries, and the Recovery
        Specialist will tour the building and make an initial
        evaluation of damage.  They will determine whether to convene
        the full Salvage Team (Appendix A), and/or if other people
        should also be notified.

        Physical Facilities will be involved in stabilizing the
        building.  The Emergency Coordinator and Building
        Representative will consult with them on:

        1. Restoring electricity and water
        2. Using emergency power for lighting
        3. Getting HVAC working
        4. Pumping out standing water

        Because items that can be salvaged, regardless of the type of
        disaster, will probably suffer water damage, recovery will
        center on packing wet materials and on drying techniques.

    B.  Building Access.
        1.  Check with UNF Police and Physical Facilities before
            entering the building.  Permission to enter the building
            may need to be obtained from some or all of the following:
                Fire Chief (control of the fire)
                Fire Chief (determining cause of fire)
                Building Inspector
                UNF police
                Director of Safety and Security -  Martin Garris
                Implementation of Emergency Plan - Lt. John Anderson
                  Jacksonville Police
                UNF Administration:
                  President - Adam Herbert
                  Academic Vice President - Ken Martin
                  Risk Management - Richard Crosby
                UNF Library Administration
            The floor plans (Appendix L) may be used by fire and/or
            security personnel.
        2.  Physical Facilities and the UNF Police have the
            necessary keys to the mechanical and electrical rooms.
            LIBRARY PERSONNEL DO NOT HAVE KEYS TO THESE ROOMS.
        3.  Instructions to bring elevators to the first floor
            are in the mechanical rooms.
        4.  Sprinkler shut off valves are located in the southwest
            stairwell of each floor.  Turn the black round handle
            counter-clockwise to turn the water off.  A ladder and a
            screw driver are needed to access the door.  A knife may
            be needed to cut plastic signs off the valve.

    C.  Campus Access.
        If the campus has been closed, or if access is restricted, the
        Recovery Specialist may need to provide a list of the Salvage
        Team members to campus officials.  As people arrive on
        campus, they may be asked to show their driver's licenses and
        staff IDs.  Access may be restricted to daylight hours or
        times when electricity is available.

    D.  Salvage Procedures.
        During an emergency situation, the Emergency Coordinator will
        be in charge of all Library functions.  The Coordinator will
        be acting in consultation with the Director of Libraries and
        other members of the Library Disaster Team.   All staff will
        be expected to participate in library salvage and restoration
        work, performing under the direction of the Emergency
        Coordinator.
        1.  The Emergency Coordinator will establish a command post.
            Phone access should be in an area close to, but not in the
            midst of the disaster.   Access to the command area should
            be controlled.  The Emergency Coordinator will furnish
            floor plans of the Library to Health/Safety and Physical
            Facilities staff as needed.
        2.  The Emergency Coordinator and selected members of the
            Salvage Team will assess damage.  They will:
            a. Do a walk through to get an overview of the problem.
               Do not attempt to start recovery operations.
            b. Decide what efforts can be initiated locally, and what
               services must be contracted out.
            c. Obtain approval from University officials to initiate
               purchase orders and contract outside help.
            d. Determine who is needed to help with recovery efforts
               and make the necessary calls.
            e. Determine what campus supplies are needed and what
               items need to be purchased.
            f. Send Communications Personnel to acquire supplies
               (stockpiles in library, in Physical Facilities, as well
               as items to be purchased).  Acquire necessary tables,
               chairs and lights for the work area.
        3.  The Recovery Specialist and Department Heads will
            develop a plan of action, based on the priority lists.
            They will:
            a. Determine if damaged volumes should be recovered
               or discarded.
            b. Decide if items to be saved should be packed for
               freezing, packed for removal to a drying area, or moved
               to a near-by drying area.
            c. Determine the extent of water damage (dry, slightly
               wet, soaked) and which areas need immediate attention.
            d. Assemble any additional supplies, and initiate
               procedures to acquire and/or purchase necessary items.
        4.  Emergency Coordinator and Building Representative will
            work with Physical Facilities to eliminate hazards and
            stabilize the environment.  They will:
            a. Give immediate attention to pumping out standing
               water and starting drying procedures.  Carpets,
               furniture, and equipment may need to be removed.
               Remember that mold and mildew will begin to grow in 48
               hours.
            b. Turn on air conditioning and use fans and
               dehumidifiers to reduce humidity (if HVAC systems are
               working).
            c. Clear mud and debris from aisles and stairs, and
               install portable generators and lights.
            d. Arrange for protection of undamaged collections
               by covering ranges with plastic, boarding up broken
               windows, or repairing damaged roofs.
            e. Arrange for 24 hour security of the building and
               the collection.
            f. Contact outside vendors for dehumidification and
               salvage work.
        5.  The Building Representative and Area Salvage Coordinators
            will initiate salvage work.
            a. Area Salvage Coordinators will determine where
               materials can be packed, stored, or dried.
            b. Area Salvage Coordinators will assemble supplies and
               set up work areas.
            c. The Building Representative will initiate inquiries for
               food, water, toilet facilities.  The Building
               Representative will set up a first aid and rest area.
               Encourage frequent breaks and arrange for staff to
               rotate jobs to lessen fatigue and boredom.
        6.  The Recovery Specialist will assign Area Salvage
            Coordinators a specific collection for salvage, and a
            Recorder (or assistant).
            a. Area Salvage Coordinators will assemble a work crew.
            b. The Recovery Specialist will establish recovery
               procedures for non-book formats.
        7.  Area Salvage Coordinators will establish work crews, give
            training, and discuss sorting criteria.  Refer to Peter
            Waters' PROCEDURES FOR SALVAGE OF WATER-DAMAGED LIBRARY
            MATERIALS.
            Area Salvage Leaders will demonstrate the following
            techniques as needed, then initiate drying or packing
            routines.
            a. General steps for handling wet books:
               Cover tables with plastic sheeting.
               Do not open wet books or separate single sheets of
               paper.
               Keep books well supported, using two hands.
               Do not try to remove mud or dirt by rubbing.
            b. General steps for air drying:
               Begin clean up of area. Remove mud, glass, debris.
               Initiate record keeping system.
               Separate into three categories:  wet, dry, damp.
               Pack or move via book trucks to dry area.
               Move wet and damp items to drying area (with fans, air
               conditioners, dehumidifiers).
               Unpack wet and damp items for air drying.
               Interleave newsprint in volumes with clay coated
               papers, removing wet newsprint periodically.
               Fan books for quicker drying.
            c. General steps for freeze drying:
               Begin clean up of area.  Remove mud, glass, debris.
               Initiate record keeping system.
               Line inside of box with large plastic bag and
               wrap every other volume in waxed or freezer paper.
               Place flat, or spine down, in milk cartons or
               rigid cartons.
               Tape top of box closed.
               Move boxes to freezer.
        8.  Establish regular meeting times for disaster team and for
            staff and volunteers.  The Disaster Team should meet at
            the beginning and end of everyday to assign tasks and to
            assess the situation.
            A general meeting for all staff should be held every day
            or every other day to give an update on recovery
            operations.

    E.  Supplies
        The supplies listed in Appendix G are stored on the first
        floor of the library in the Technical Services storeroom
        (between the Mailroom and the Serials Department).  They are
        in labeled boxes.  The wet/dry vacuum is in the Repair Area of
        the Serials Department.

        If the disaster is limited to the Library, Physical Facilities
        will be able to loan us the equipment listed below.  Contact
        the Director of Physical Facilities (Charlie Bear) for
        permission to use these items and to request the assistance of
        Physical Facilities staff.
            Brooms                 Fans
            Buckets                Ladders
            Cardboard cartons      Mops
            Cleaning supplies      Paper towels
            Disinfectant           Plastic garbage bags
            Duct tape              Plastic sheeting (Visqueen)
            Extension cords        Water vacuums

    F.  Emergency Purchase Procedure.
        All emergency purchases must be approved by the Director of
        Purchasing, the administration's insurance representative, and
        the Director of Libraries.  Unauthorized purchases or
        contracts may not be reimbursed by the University.

    G.  Insurance Coverage.
        The UNF campus is self-insured by the State of Florida's
        Division of Risk Management.  Contact the Assistant Vice
        President for Administration & Planning for permission to
        begin salvage operations.  The Library may have some
        pre-approved agreements with salvage and restoration
        companies.

    H.  Restoration.
        After materials have been stabilized, the Emergency
        Coordinator and Recovery Specialist will determine the best
        methods for restoration of the collections.  The amount of
        materials will be one factor in deciding whether to restore
        locally, or to use commercial services.  Refer to the list of
        consultants (Appendix I) and recovery services (Appendix H) to
        assist in making the decision.  UNF Purchasing Department has
        a blanket order with Scotty's (on St. Johns Bluff Road) for
        hardware supplies.  Follow-up treatments may include
        fumigation and cleaning (if materials have become moldy), or
        deodorizing and cleaning (if they are smoke or fire damaged).
        Books may need repairing, rebinding, and relabeling.  Some
        items may need to be microfilmed or photocopied (if they are
        brittle).

        Use the following storage areas within the library.  These
        areas have been selected because they are away from windows,
        and appear to  offer secure storage.  Use other locations as
        the need demands.
            Copy rooms on the second and third floors
            Study rooms on the third and fourth floors
            Stairwells
            Storage room on the first floor (consider water on ground
            level)
            Mechanical rooms on each floor (only Physical Facilities
            has keys)
            Extra office in Director's suite
            Special Collections vault (limited storage)
        The Director will consult with the UNF Administration
        (Administrative Vice President or Academic Affairs Vice
        President) to get permission to use non-library space for
        salvage operations and to set up temporary offices and public
        access areas.  The campus does have some off-campus storage
        space that is not air conditioned located behind Harland on
        St. Johns Bluff Road.

        At the same time, the building must be restored.  The
        Emergency Coordinator and the Director of Libraries will work
        with Physical Facilities to restore the building.  The library
        must be closed to the public until all life/safety systems are
        restored.  Consider the following:
            Drying and dehumidifying the building and contents
            Drying, cleaning carpets
            Fumigating the building (bugs and rodents may be a
            problem)
            Cleaning shelves (must be clear of dust, dirt, and mold
            spores)
            Repainting walls
            Cleaning HVAC system (mold, dust, and dirt may be in duct
            work)

    I.  Consultants.
        Refer to the Appendix I for a list of preservation experts.
        Most will provide phone advice at no charge.  Also refer to
        the list of members of the Disaster Preparedness Consortium of
        Northeast Florida (Appendix J).  These local people have had
        disaster training and are willing to assist.

VI. POST-DISASTER PROCESS.

    A.  Restoring Library Services.
        After initial salvage is underway, plans must be made for
        restoration of library service.  The Director of Libraries
        will work with the campus administration to:
        1. Establish operations for Circulation, Reference, and
           Acquisitions. Decide how much service to restore for:
              Periodicals
              Media
              Documents
              Special Collections
              Technical Services
        2. Determine a temporary location.  Initiate phone service and
           computer hook-ups.
        3. Obtain shelving, furniture, computers, office supplies,
           etc.
        4. Obtain critical reference tools.
        5. Discuss cooperation with other area libraries.
        6. Discuss ILL agreements that will speed delivery.  Consider
           use of Faxed items.

    B.  Restoring and Replacing the Collection.
        Restoring and replacing the collection will be of primary
        importance.  Consider the following:
        1. Working with the insurance agents.
        2. Accepting donations of books and other material.
        3. Selecting and ordering new books.
        4. Repairing the damaged area.  Replacing book shelves and
           furniture.
        5. Thanking everyone who assisted with recovery operations.
        As items are dried, repaired, cleaned, and disinfected,
        materials will either be stored in a controlled environment,
        or returned to the shelves.  Materials should be completely
        dry and free of mold before going on the shelves.  The
        collections should be examined carefully in the weeks and
        months following restoration to ensure that mold does not
        develop.  Items that have been wet are more likely to develop
        mold in the future.

    C.  Evaluation.
        After salvage and recovery are underway, the Salvage Team
        should meet to review the cause of the disaster, evaluate the
        recovery disaster plan.

APPENDIX A : SALVAGE TEAM MEMBERS & RESPONSIBILITIES

    EMERGENCY COORDINATOR - KATHLEEN COHEN  (BOB JONES, back up)
        -IN OVERALL CHARGE OF RECOVERY
        -decides on mustering place
        -summons salvage team:  issues authorized permit badges
        -requests Operations and Maintenance representative to reduce
         temperature in area
        -obtains necessary keys
        -proceeds with Recorder and Photographer, Risk Manager and
         Recovery Specialist to assess the situation
        -relays decisions to Recorder

    RECOVERY SPECIALIST - VICKI STANTON   (DAVE ANDREASEN, back up)
        -estimates extent of damage (assisted by appropriate Salvage
         Cataloger)
        -in cooperation with Emergency Coordinator and Area Salvage
         Coordinator establishes priorities of action
        -decides on treatment area
        -contacts outside agencies for assistance
        -advises Library Administrator of supplies requirements
        -advises Building Representative of sequence and methods of
         salvage
        -relays decisions to Recorder

    LIBRARY ADMINISTRATOR - ANDREW FARKAS   (KATHLEEN COHEN, back up)
    In coordination with University Administrator and Operations and
    Maintenance representative
        -organizes services as requested by Recovery Specialist
        -assembles supplies, etc., on advice from Recovery Specialist
        -advises Building Representative re dispersal details
        -relays decisions to Recorder
        -acts as information officer and coordinates release of
         information to press and public

    RECORDER - LINDA SMITH (VERNA URBANSKI, back up)
        -proceeds with Emergency Coordinator et al to record
         assessment of situation
        -records information re extent of damage; recommended
         procedures; treatment center; services and supplies
         requirements; agencies contacted; dispersal arrangements,
         etc. as directed by Recovery Specialist and Library
         Administrator
        -coordinates information compiled by Salvage Catalogers, such
         as call numbers and box numbers of items packed for freezing,
         and location of items that are air drying.

    PHOTOGRAPHERS - ALISA CRADDOCK AND REGINALD CALDWELL
        -photographs initial damage to the building, furnishings, and
         collection.  Insurance adjustor will rely on initial photos
         to assess damage.
        -photographs recovery and restoration activities, keeping
         track of dates and times of photographs.  This will
         demonstrate that all reasonable efforts were made to save the
         collection.

    INSTITUTION ADMINISTRATION REPRESENTATIVE - STEVE PEACOCK
        (KATHY INFINGER OR JIM MILLER, back ups)
        -expenditure authority

    INSTITUTION RISK MANAGER - RICHARD CROSBY
        -insurance and liability

    COMMUNICATIONS PERSONNEL - PAUL MOSLEY
        (BOB FARNSWORTH OR DAVE GREEN, back ups)
        -act as runners between the various officers

    BUILDING REPRESENTATIVES - GERALDINE COLLINS AND JOHN HEIN
        (EILEEN BRADY OR SARAH PHILIPS, back ups)
        -marshals and directs area salvage team at assembly point
        -obtains from Emergency Coordinator authorized permit badges
         and permission for team to proceed
        -receives information from Recovery Specialist and Library
         Administrator retreatment center, sequence of salvage
         operation, supplies and dispersal arrangements
        -remains at assembly point relaying information and
         instructions to Area Salvage Coordinator and other members of
         the Disaster Team
        -ensures building staff not engaged in salvage team work are
         advised of their temporary responsibilities

    AREA SALVAGE COORDINATORS - DAVID GREEN AND JIM ALDERMAN
        (BRUCE LATIMER OR CAROL COUGHLIN, back ups)
        -in cooperation with Building Representative prepares the area
         salvage team for entrance  to the salvage area
        -directs the appropriate salvage Cataloger to accompany the
         Recovery Specialist to assess the extent of damage
        -when cleared to proceed receives from Building Representative
         instructions resequence  of salvage, priorities, packing,
         supplies availability and dispersal arrangements
        -supervises cataloging and packing
        -relays cataloging information to Building Representative

APPENDIX B : UNF EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS

[PHONE NUMBERS DELETED]

APPENDIX C

                            UNF LIBRARIANS
     (and selected staff willing to be contacted for emergencies)

[PHONE NUMBERS DELETED]

APPENDIX D

                        COLLECTION PRIORITIES
                MASTER LIST TO SALVAGE AFTER DISASTER

    NOTE:  If there is localized library damage, refer to the specific
    department list of priorities.  If there is major damage to the
    entire library, follow this master list of items to salvage.  This
    list is intended for guidance -- each unique situation will bring
    its own set of constraints which will affect recovery operations.
    Each department is responsible for removing back up disks from
    computers.

    1.  Special Collections (Refer to Special Collections top and
            secondary priorities)
    2.  Director's Office
            Library Personnel Files (for current employees)
    3.  Periodicals Collection
            Florida Times-Union Index, 1978-85 (card file, only copy)
    4.  Circulation
            Invoice files
            ILL files
            Top priority items from pre-sort, hold, and reserves
            Microfiche files
    5.  Special Collections
            All remaining items in Special Collections
    6.  Media Department
            Specified media, including music
    7.  Reference Collection and Index/Abstract Collection
            Specified items (unusual, hard to replace, esoteric
            indexes)
    8.  Bibliography Collection
            Union List of Serials. 3d ed. (Z6945.U45 1965)
            Kayser.  Vollstandiges Bucher-Lexicon. (Z2221.K23)
    9.  Documents Collection
            All Jacksonville material
            Specified titles (See the Documents priority list)
   10.  General Collection
            Art and Architecture (LC Classification N)
            Education (LC Class L)
            Business (LC Class HB-HJ)
            Literature (LC Class P)

            APPENDIX E

                 COLLECTION PRIORITIES - DEPARTMENTAL

                  PERIODICALS COLLECTION PRIORITIES

    Most materials can be replaced via microform or periodical
        vendors.
    High Priority: Florida Times-Union Index, 1978-85 card file
        (Location: Adjacent to Microform Reading Room)
    Low Priority item (does have pictorial value in paper copy):
    Life Magazine, volumes 1 -73    AP2.L6
    Concerns: Small windows on west end of floor; large windows north
              end.  Windows directly above microfilm cabinets.

                    SPECIAL COLLECTIONS PRIORITIES

    Selection is based on the following criteria:
    1. Uniqueness/Replaceability
    2. Cost
    3. Special Intrinsic Value

    TOP PRIORITY:
    If circumstances permit only 1 person to save items:
    These materials will be labeled and placed in the Special
    Collections vault for emergency retrieval.
    1. Rare Books:  (In Special Collections vault)
       BR1720.J5A4 1496  Hieronymus, Saint.  EPISTOLAE.  Venice:
            Joannes Rubeus, 7 Jan., 12 July 1496a
            Note: Incunabula (Printed before 1501)
    2. Eartha M.M. White Collection: (Items in Special Collections
            vault)  Entire collection is a primary resource for
            research on black history and Jacksonville history.  If
            collection in its entirety cannot be saved, the following
            folders, in this sequence, should be salvaged:
                Folders H5, W4, Y4

    SECONDARY PRIORITY:
    If circumstances permit 2-3 persons to save items:
        Library Blueprints (only extant set) (In SC vault)
        Rare Books: (In SC vault)
        DG81.P19  Panvinio, Onofrio.  ONVPHRII PANVINII VERONENSIS...
            Venetiis, ex officina Erasmiana apud V. Valgrisium, 1558.
            Note: Imprint date/printer
        PA6459.A2G76  Gronovius, Joannes Fredericus.  Joh(annis)
            Fred(erici) Gronovii Ad T.  Livii Patavini Libros
            Svperstites Notae.  Lvgd(uni) Batav (orum) Ex Officina
            Elzeviriorum, 1645.
            Note:    Imprint date/Printer
        ND623.L5A26  Leonardo, da Vinci.  Il Codice Atlantico di
            Leonardo da Vinci nell a Biblioteca Ambrosiana di Milano.
            Milano: U. Hoepli,1894-1904.  2 oversize slipcases
    If circumstances permit 4+ persons to save items:
        Eartha White Collection:  All remaining materials (In SC
            Reading Room)
        White Family Bible (In SC vault)
        Metal Collection Index (In SC Work Room)
        Charles McIntosh Photographs (In SC vault)
        Rare Books: All remaining materials (In SC vault)
        University Archives: (In SC Reading Room)
            Entire collection is a primary resource for historical
            research on the University.
            Of highest importance: (All in University Archives lateral
            files, SC Reading Room -- cabinets will have a red marker
            on them for emergency retrieval of materials)
        Campus historical, planning and construction documents (SC
            Reading Room)
        UNF Newspapers: Halyard; Campus Up-date; Spinnaker
            (Publications Office holds scattered copies)
            (Oversize Archives Collection--SC Reading Room)
        Cassette tapes from Dr. Schafer's interviews with early UNF
            administrators (Black File Cabinet, no. 6, SC Reading
            Room)
        Arthur Sollee Collection (Below display cases in SC Reading
            Room)
        John E. Mathews, Jr. Collection (In SC Reading Room) Of
            highest importance: Boxes labeled Series 100+, 300+, and
            500+
        Materials in display cases (Special Collections Exhibits)
        UNF Thesis Collection  (In SC Work Room)
        Remaining materials in Special Collections
    General SC concerns:  Small windows on west end make Eartha White,
        Mathews collections vulnerable to water, wind damage.

                BIBLIOGRAPHY COLLECTION (THIRD FLOOR)

    Z2221.K23  Kayser, C.G.  VOLLSTANDIGES BUCHER-LEXICON.  1750-
                 (German National Bibliography)  Rare, Irreplaceable
    Z6945.U45  Union List of Serials in Libraries in the United States
                 and Canada.  3d ed. (5 vol.)

                   REFERENCE COLLECTION PRIORITIES

    INDEX/ABSTRACT COLLECTION
    1.  Company Name Index to Florida Trend.  Jacksonville:
        University of North Florida.  1971-Paper and computer disk.
    2.  Florida Business Publications Index.  Winter Park: LSH
        Research Inc. 1977-84.

    REFERENCE COLLECTION
    1.  Business Collection (LC classification HF-HG)
    2.  Sources that are unusual or difficult to replace or salvage
        E185.A28  Afro-American encyclopedia.  North Miami:
            Educational Book Publishers.  1974.
            Holdings in Florida: FS, NF, SF.
            (Out of print, still requested)
        F317.D9.K5 1973  Interesting facts about leading people and
            families of Duval County; also where progress has changed
            a lot of homes and buildings.  4th ed.  Jacksonville:
            Letter Service, 1973.
            Holdings in Florida: NF
        F319.J1 A18  Polk's Jacksonville, Florida city directory.
            1926, 1929, 1931-34, 1936-44, 1946-51, 1953-56, 1958-69,
            1971-90.
            Holdings in Florida: NF, SF, UF
        ML156.B33 1947  The new catalogue of historical records,
            1898-1908/09.  2d ed.  London: Sidgwick and Jackson.
            1972, c1947.
            Holdings in Florida: FS, NF
        N31.E533 Encyclopedia of world art.  New York: McGraw-Hill.
            1959, c1987.
            Holdings in Florida: All SUS Libraries
        PN1579.E5  Enciclopedia dello spettacolo.  Roma: Casa Editrice
            Le Maschere. 1954-62.  Index and supplement.
            Holdings in Florida: FS, NF, SF, UF

    REFERENCE OFFICE
    1.   Annual Report Collection list on PC-FILE
    2.   Reference shelflist on PC-FILE

    APPENDIX E, continued

                       ACQUISITIONS DEPARTMENT

    Contact person:  Sheila Mangum

    TOP PRIORITY                  Location
    Computer backup files         Shelf behind (right) of label
                                     computer, gray box (3" disks)
    Numerical purchase order log  Mailroom, opposite door large
                                     black micro cabinet (2 small
                                     wooden card cases)
    Purchase order forms          New - shelf to left, near back door
                                     (1 box old & new form and 1 box
                                     of old in Dept.)
    Backlog of order requests     Green boxes, second shelf, outside
                                     SM's office; approval, behind
                                     Sally's desk
    Current year and 1 year back  Mail room, next to black micro
                                     cabinet invoice files

    SECONDARY PRIORITY            Location
    CD ROM player; 1 PC           Acquisitions area
    2 printers (long & short carriage)
    calculator                    RC's desk
    order request cards (1 box)   By label computer

    OTHER CONSIDERATIONS/OBSERVATIONS:
    Depending upon the time of year, there might be an urgent need for
    equipment to maintain Acquisitions operations in a timely manner,
    far faster than the state's ability to replace equipment.  The
    equipment to be saved is close to the back do or could be moved
    into the store room if appropriate.  Same for backfile of purchase
    order logs and invoice files.  The files and equipment could also
    be covered with plastic sheets as they are closely grouped.  (THIS
    MAY CHANGE if physical arrangements change.)

    Large unprotected windows; likelihood that in storm, a quantity of
    water would be blown under the back door.  The back door might not
    hold against a strong wind unless reinforced.

                        CATALOGING DEPARTMENT

    Contact person:  Linda Smith  TS GEN. & CATALOGING DEPARTMENT

    TOP PRIORITY                  Location
    Computer backup files         Offices:  JH, LS, VU, AR
    Personal items                Offices, desks
    Annotated copies of manuals   LS, VU, AR, JH
    Dept. basic manuals           (all, VU);
    Books, authorities format     (LS);
    AACR2                         (each);
    NOTIS manual original         (LS);
    free-floating subs.           (DB); SR,
    scores format, red cutter notebook  (MK);
    lost/found slips              (SA)
    Rare material                 Aisle by OCLC terminals
      in the area                 Desks, as identified
    Locally produced material,    VU - Audiovisuals
      uncataloged                 AR - theses

    SECONDARY PRIORITY            Location
    Names, series lists           VU; CD
    Fans                          5 (possible use in salvage)
    Cat. Dept. Collection         LC shelflist fiche; Adds & changes
    Uncataloged material          See comments below
    Ready disks by terminal       By OCLC terminals
    Barcodes                      Microform reading area
    Historical department files   LS office filing cabinet bottom
                                  shelf, 3 end files

    OTHER CONSIDERATIONS/OBSERVATIONS:
    Search area, uncataloged material.  Would not be possible to
    remove but could cover with plastic (by windows).  Those titles
    not on NOTIS would be very few in number.

    Assume basic order of importance would be any item known to be
    very expensive ($100.+), OP material, NUC and Mansell, and new
    material.

    Large unprotected windows; Mansell and NUC highly susceptible to
    water damage.

    Fire in Media Center would require speedy evacuation of Technical
    Services area.

    Depending upon decisions as to how much Cataloging should try to
    save, staff would probably be available to assist in other areas
    if time permitted.

                      MEDIA RESOURCES DEPARTMENT

    Contact person:  Diane Kazlauskas

    TOP PRIORITY                  Location
    Computer backup files         Staff room, kitchen counter
    Personal items                Office, staff room
    Locally produced audiovisuals See next page

    SECONDARY PRIORITY            Location
    Scores (Cover both,           Stacks - M section
    LPs           not remove)
    Slide collection              Back wall, behind curriculum coll.
                                  Irreplaceable/UNF origin
                                  Only approx. 10% recorded on NOTIS
    Locally produced AV           Stacks - Attached titles list
                                  Irreplaceable/UNF origin
    Protect Collection            Inner wall, corner by DK's office
                                  (approximately 3 full shelves)
    CDs                           Stacks

    OTHER CONSIDERATIONS/OBSERVATIONS:
    DK thinks most of MERC would be replaceable and therefore is not a
    top priority.

    They would not need staff assistance to remove materials and could
    help others if time permitted.  Staff would be needed for
    hurricane preparation to cover ranges.

    Most windows are protected somewhat by the overhang of building.
    If the large windows are broken, curriculum and slide/sound sets
    are immediately opposite.  Certain loose equipment such as a
    screen, projector and slide viewers should be removed from the
    window area if possible.

    In event of flood water or standing water, quite a bit of material
    located on floor in curriculum and AV but could fit on current
    tables in MERC area if time permitted.  Lowest shelving is within
    8" of floor in AV section.

    LIST OF LOCALLY MADE AV TO REMOVE/SALVAGE IN A DISASTER LOCATIONS:
    All locations are referenced from the offices.

    VIDEOCASSETTES
        Being    Summer and smoke / T. Williams cat.
        VCF
        BF 130-919   Whose life is it anyway
        LOCATION: 1st range

    Also there is a large number (6+ shelves) of locally produced
    videocassettes located in the closet of room 1014.  Permission was
    NOT received to use these and they would not be a high priority.

    AUDIOCASSETTES
    Entire 8th and 9th drawers of the beige cassette cabinet closest
    to the front desk.
    (IC 16-173,180-190L, 194-233; AC 1-155, 255-313)

    TRANSPARENCIES  (1 shelf)     LOCATION:  4th range
        TR's 372-408, 716-727  All on musical composers
        TR's 423-475 & 637-677  Nursing
        TR-3  Venereal disease
        TR  BF 637.B4B443  Behavior modification and control
        TR  E 185.N398  The Negro in America
        TR  HA 48.T25  Tables and charts for statistics
        TR  HB 851.P6  Population resource
        TR  HD 31.C6265  Control your business
        TR  LB 2369.H69  How to write a thesis
        TR  QA 279.5.B39  Bayesian statistics
        TR  QP 251.H829  Human reproduction

    SLIDE SOUND SETS  (1 shelf)   LOCATION: 5th range
        SL-SD 29  Got something to tell you: sounds of the delta blues
        SL-SD 32  Holy places of India
        SL-SD 33  Vrindavana: land of Krishna
        SL-SD 34  Jagannatho Puri
        SL-SD 58  Treatment of stress related disorders
        SL-SD 74  Viking Mars landing
        SL-SD 75  Voyagers encounters Jupiter
        SL-SD 76  Voyager 2 encounters Saturn
        N7380.A32 African art and culture  (9 boxes)
           LOCATION:6th range

    SLIDE SETS (2 shelves)        LOCATION:   5th range
        SS-19     Treasures of "TUT"
        SS-22     Learning center for early childhood
        SS-31     The sun
        SS-32     The earth as a plant
        SS-33     The moon
        SS-34     The planets
        SS-35     Astronautics
        SS-36     Star clusters and galactic nebulae
        SS-37     The Milky Way
        SS-38     Photographs of the earth from out of space
        SS-39     Conquering the moon
        SS-40     Astronautics II
        SS-43     Afro-American artists
        SS-47     Polarized crystal set
        SS-48     Contemporary record album: covers as art
        SS-49     Contemporary photographs (Dave Porter)
        SS-50     Bhagavad Gita
        SS-52     Propaganda / compiled by Dave Porter
        SS-55     Graphic design history
        SS-62-66  Shaping the American City
        SS-58     Charles Dickens: illustrations to his novel
        SS-69     Physical assessment
        SS-70     UNF student photography
        SS-71     Nursing practices
        SS-82     History of chairs

        APPENDIX E, continued

                         DOCUMENTS DEPARTMENT

    FIRST PRIORITY
    The Jacksonville material is virtually irreplaceable.  Save all.

    SECOND PRIORITY
    Office Procedures Manual
    Florida Collection
    NR.I3:G4  Florida Geological Survey.  Bulletin.
    NR.I3:I5  Florida Bureau of Geology.  Information Circulars.
    NR.I3:R4  Florida Bureau of Geology.  Reports of Investigations.
    UF2:S8    Florida Statistical Abstracts all years
    U.S. Collection
    D101.22:550  Area handbooks and County studies (as available)
    GS4.113:  Public papers of the Presidents
    PR36.9  Economic Report of the President  all years
    S1.1   FRUS   1860-
    SI1.1  Smithsonian Year  1846-1984
    SI2.1  BAE Annual Report  1879/80-1929/30 and Index
    SI2.3  BAE Bulletins no.1-200
    Y4.Ec7:Ec7:  Economic Indicators (all years)

                          SERIALS DEPARTMENT

    TOP PRIORITY
    Emergency Supplies
    Newsprint
    Periodicals shelf list
    Numeric purchase order file
    Back-up disks from Serials PC
    Local procedures notebooks:
        Notis Routines for Serials
        Binding Routines
        Cataloging Routines
        Profs notes and addresses
    Magnadex
    Thesis (bound and unbound)

    Location
    Tech. Service Storeroom -
    middle shelves, back wall
    Large box in repair area
    Card catalog outside VTS office
    Beside Serials PC
    VTS office (bottom left shelf)
    Serials Department
    Binding area

    SECOND PRIORITY
    Most of the book repair tools supplies should be recovered as soon
    as possible to assist in salvage operations.  These include the
    following:
        Book presses and boards
        Paper cutter
        Cutting mats
        T-square, straight edges
        Hand tools
        Paper and buckram supplies

    Repair area
    All resources that are not yet on NOTIS should be saved, including
    uncataloged new titles, new issues to be posted and (perhaps) all
    issues ready for binding.

APPENDIX F

         SUPPLIES AND SUGGESTED SUPPLIERS NEEDED IN DISASTER

    Blotting paper
        Reddi-Arts, 1037 Hendricks Avenue  398-3161
    Boots, ponchos
        Pier 17 Marina, 4619 Roosevelt Blvd.  387-4669
        Veteran's Army/Navy Surplus, 312 N. Main  356-1301
    Bread crates
        Entenmann's, 4332 University South  733-6002
        Sunbeam Bakery, 2261 W. 30th Street  354-3771
    Cardboard boxes
        Alton Box Co., 2002 E. 18th Street  356-5611
    Cold storage
        Jax Cold Storage, 355-6656  (Jeff Spence  786-8038)
        Commercial Cold Storage,  384-5589
        Grimes Distribition Service,  786-5711
        Freezeway, Talleyrand  354-3464
    Computers
        Computer Source, 5941 Atlantic Blvd.  725-8166
    Emergency generators, lights, fans
        Granger Supply, 1180 S. Lane Avenue  781-1234
        Ring Power, 8050 Phillips Highway  737-7730
    Freezer Space
        Olcott Enterprises, 1361 North Myrtle  355-1751 (Skipper)
            Zero degrees.  2000 lbs cost $30.00/mo., transportation
                           provided with extra charge
        Industrial Cold Storage, 1814 Industrial Blvd. 786-8038
            (Carlton Segals)
            Zero degrees.  2000 lbs. cost $36.00/lst mo., then
                           $12.00/mo.
                           2000 lbs. cost $100.00 for transportation
    Hardware, extension cords, tarps, visqueen, lights, etc.
        Home Depot, 9355 Atlantic Blvd.  724-5921
        Scotty's, 1770 St.Johns Bluff  641-9900
        Ace Hardware, 9118 Atlantic Blvd.  724-2726
        Ace Hardware, 5723 University West  731-1144
    Milk crates
        Skinner's Dairy, 6700 Bowden Road  733-5440
    Newsprint
        Florida Times Union, 1 Riverside Avenue  359-4280
        Champion International Corp. (formerly St. Regis), 435 Clark
            Road  768-3733
    Pumps
        Myers (Custom Pump), 6123 Phillips Highway  733-1888
    Reefer box, Refrigeration
        All Florida (24 hr. service), Friedrich Commercial
            Refrigeration, Charlie Floyd, 1855 Parental Home Road
            724-7486
    Towels, mops, waxed paper, freezer paper, etc.
        Albertson's, 2875 W. University  731-4305
        Albertson's, 5940 Beach Blvd.    396-4319
        Publix, 9400 Atlantic Blvd.  725-5212
        Pic 'n Save, 10800 Atlantic Blvd.  641-8611
        Pic 'n Save, 1950 San Marco        398-9771
        Pic 'n Save, 999 University North  743-2300
        Pic 'n Save, 5909 University West  733-0410
    Trailer
        GELCO, 9000 Phillips Highway  268-4240
        THG, 10833 Phillips Highway   262-4202
        U-Haul, 3129 Southside Blvd   641-6900
    Two-way radios
        Radio Shack
    Water removal, drying carpets
        Process Master, 1832 Foster Drive  725-0440
        Serve-Pro of Jax So., Baymeadows  733-8488
        Serve-Pro of Jax So., 6254 Powers Avenue  737-8277
        Serve-Pro of Jax So., Southside   398-3388

APPENDIX G

             LIBRARY EMERGENCY SUPPLIES AVAILABLE ON SITE

    NOTE:  All supplies are in the Technical Services storeroom except
    the wet vacuum, which is in the Serials repair area.

    ITEM - QUANTITY                        SUPPLIER          COST
    Batteries, D Cell - 1 Dozen        IDS/Pic 'N Save       $ 11.33
    Brooms - 2                         Physical Facilities   *
    Buckets, 5 Gallon - 2              Lee Equipment         $ 42.80
    Buckets, 5 Gallon - 3              Physical Facilities   *
    Camera - 1
    Cardboard Cartons - 2 Dozen        V. Stanton            $  0.00
    Cleaning Compounds
      Lysol - 2 Cans                   Physical Facilities   *
      Spic 'N Span - 1 Box             Pic 'N Save           $  3.69
      409 Spray - 16 Oz.               Pic 'N Save           $  1.69
    Clothesline & Nylon Rope - 100 Ft. Pic 'N Save           $ 11.07
    Clothes Pins, Plastic - 100        Pic 'N Save           $  5.56
    Extension Cords - 4                Scotty's              $ 62.40
    Gloves, Protective                 Physical Facilities   *
    First Aid Kits for 25 - 2          IDS                   $ 47.10
    Flashlights - 4                    IDS                   $  5.07
    Flashlights - 2                    Pic 'N Save           $ 10.98
    Freezer Paper Squares - 500 (?)    Marriott Food Service $  0.00
    Incandescent Lights - 3            Scotty's              $ 23.88
      Bulbs - 4                        Scotty's              $ 21.16
    Ladder, 5 ft - 1
    Mops - 1                           Lee Equipment         $ 15.50
      Industrial Size - 2              Physical Facilities   *
    Newsprint, Unprinted - 4 Reams     Zellerbach            $ 90.18
    Paper Towels - 12 Pkgs.            Physical Facilities   *
    Plastic Garbage Bags
      15-20 Gallon - 100               Pioneer Paper & Plstcs$ 28.76
      30 Gallon - 100                  Physical Facilities   *
    Plastic Sheeting - 3 Rolls         Physical Facilities   *
    Scissors
      10"2 Pair                        Pic 'N Save           $  2.98
       8"2 Pair                        IDS                   $  2.70
    Tape, Masking, 2" - 10 Rolls       IDS                   $ 20.63
    Tape, Strapping, 1" - 6 Rolls      IDS                   $ 10.35
    Water Vacuum, Industrial - 1       Frc Office Products   $152.86
    Waxed Paper - 10 Rolls             Pic 'N Save           $  8.50

    * Recharges From Physical Facilities                     $236.24

    TOTAL .................................................. $815.43

APPENDIX H

                        RESTORATION COMPANIES

    Airdex (formerly Solex Technologies)
        2700 Post Oak Blvd.
        Houston, TX 77055
            (713) 963-8600
              Don Hartsell, President
                Dries and dehumidifies buildings

    American Freeze-Dry
        411 White Horse Pike
        Audubon, NJ  08106
            (609) 546-0777
                Freeze dries and restores books

    M. F. Bank Restoration Co.
        6659 Peachtree Industrial Blvd., Suite AA
        Norcross, GA  30092
            800-843-7284
                Recovery Services; dehumidification, drying, smoke
                removal, fumigation

    BMS-Cat (Blackmon Mooring Steamatic)
        1 Summit Ave, Suite 202
        Ft. Worth, Tx  76102
            1-800-433-2940
            (817) 332-2770
        Atlanta Office  (Branch office)
        Atlanta, GA
            (404) 457-4477
              Linda Perry
                Dries buildings and contents, freeze-dries books

    Document Reprocessors
        41 Sutter St.  Suite 1120
        San Francisco, CA  941103
            (415) 362-1290
            800 4-DRYING
                Freeze dries wet books, brings mobil freeze-dry units
                to the site

    Dr. Keith Holland
        4114 Herschel St.
        Jacksonville, FL. 32210
            (904) 389-3694  office
            384-7494  home
              Keith is restoring the Mapleleaf (Civil War ship) and
              has offered the Disaster Preparedness Consortium the use
              of his freeze-drier

    Mid-west Freeze-Dry
        Patrick King
        7326 N. Central Park
        Skokie, IL  60076
            (708) 679-4752

    Moisture Control Services
        79 Monroe St.
        Amesbury, MA 01913
            (508) 388-4900
            (617) 388-0600
              Pete Robinson
        6900 Peachtree Industrial Blvd., Suite I
        Norcross, GA  30071 (Branch office)
            (404) 242-0935
              Sharon Douglas, Manager, Southeast Sales Office
                Dries and dehumidifies buildings, dries books

    Randomex, Inc.
        5448 Hoffner Ave.
        Orlando, FL  32812
            (305) 277-7400
                Computer maintenance service, cleaning disks &
                equipment, data verification

    Re-Oda Chem Engineering Company
        100 Industrial Parkway
        Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44022
            (216) 247-4131
                Cleans smoke-damaged books
                Deodorizes without use of perfumes

APPENDIX I

                             CONSULTANTS

    Sharon Bennett
        Charleston Museum Library
        360 Meeting Street
        Charleston, SC  29403
            (803) 722-2996

    Ms. Lee Bloomcamp
        Entomologist
        University of Florida
            (904) 392-1904

    Wes Boomgaarten
        Head, Preservation Division
        Ohio State University
        106 Main Library
        1858 Neil Avenue
        Columbus, OH  43210
            (614) 292-6151

    Sally Buchanan
        Head, Preservation
        University of Pittsburgh
        Pittsburgh, PA  15260
        (412) 648-7710

    John DePew
        School of Library and Information Studies
        Florida State University
        Tallahassee, FL  32306-2048
            (904) 644-5775

    Don Etherington
        ICI (Information Conservation Inc.)
        Conservation Division
        911 B Northridge Street
        Greensborough, NC  27403
            (919) 294-1443

    Lisa Fox, Field Representative
        SOLINET
        1438 West Peachtree St., N.W., Suite 200
        Atlanta, GA  30309-2955
            (404) 892-0943

    Erich Kesse
        Preservation Department
        University of Florida
        University Libraries
        7 Library East
        Gainesville, FL  32611
            (904) 392-6962
            SUNCOM: 8 622-6962
            BM.FLP@RLG.BITNET

    Library of Congress
        Restoration Office
        Washington, D.C.  20540
            (202) 426-5213

    Debra McKern
        Head, Preservation
        Emory University
        Atlanta, GA  30322
            (404) 727-0306

    Carolyn Clark Morrow
        Head, Preservation
        Harvard University
        Cambridge, MA  02138
            (617) 470-1010

    Northeast Document Conservation Center
        Abbot Hall
        24 School Street
        Andover, MA  01810
            (617) 470-1010

    Merrily Smith
        Library of Congress
        Preservation Office
        Washington, D.C.  20540
            (202) 287-1840

    State Library of Florida
        Tallahassee, FL
            (904) 487-2651

APPENDIX J

               DISASTER PREPAREDNESS CONSORTIUM MEMBERS

    Cherry Alexander
        FCCJ Kent Campus
        3939 Roosevelt Boulevard
        Jacksonville, FL  32205
            (904)387-8237
            (904)751-0522 (Home)
            FAX (904)387-8108

    Susan Arthur, Special Services
        Jacksonville Public Library
        122 North Ocean Street
        Jacksonville, FL  32202
            (904)630-2985

    J. Wayne Baker
        FCCJ - North Campus
        4501 Copper Road
        Jacksonville, FL  32218
            (904)766-6634
            FAX (904)766-6640

    Andy Barmer
        Jacksonville Public Library
        122 North Ocean Street
        Jacksonville, FL  32202
            (904)630-2409

    Joan Bearden, Chairperson
        FCCJ - Downtown
        101 West State Street
        Jacksonville, FL  32202

    Francis Bounds
        FCCJ Downtown
        101 West State Street
        Jacksonville, FL  32202

    Marie Boyer
        Mandarin Branch
        Jacksonville Public Library
        1330 Kori Road
        Jacksonville, FL  32217
            (904)262-5201

    Carol Brazell
        Jacksonville Public Library
        122 North Ocean Street
        Jacksonville, FL  32202
            (904)630-1984

    Celeste Brown
        Northside Branch
        Jacksonville Public Library
        3725 Pearl Street
        Jacksonville, FL  32206
            (904)630-0924
        260 Katherine Road
        Jacksonville, FL  32218

    Gwendolyn Chandler
        Chairperson, LRC
        FCCJ - Kent Campus
        3939 Roosevelt Boulevard
        Jacksonville, FL  32205
            (904)387-8240

    Tricia Coutant
        Collection Development Coordinator
        Jacksonville Public Library
        122 North Ocean Street
        Jacksonville, FL  32202
            (904)630-1941

    Pat Doyle
        Jacksonville Public Library
        122 North Ocean Street
        Jacksonville, FL  32202
            (904)630-1968

    Marie Dunagan
        Periodicals Librarian
        FCCJ- South Campus
        11901 Beach Boulevard
        Jacksonville, FL 32216
            (904)646-2186
            FAX (904)646-2155
        3333 Kegler Drive
            (904)730-9247

    Lee Gragg, Training Coordinator
        Jacksonville Public Library
            (904) 630-1991

    Penny Gupton, Media Specialist
        Ft. Caroline Jr. High School
        3787 University Club Boulevard
        Jacksonville, FL  32211
            (904) 744-1911

    Gale Hurst
        Spring Park Elementary School
        2250 Spring Park Road
        Jacksonville, FL  32207
            (904) 398-8063
              (Mold outbreak Fall '89)

    Alice Jones, Technical Services
        FCCJ - Kent Campus
        3939 Roosevelt Boulevard
        Jacksonville, FL  32205

    Carolyn Kantor, Director
        Educational Media
        Duval County Public Schools
        2137 N. Liberty Street
        Jacksonville, FL  32206
            (904) 630-6515
              Joan Ward, Secretary (very good!)

    Henrietta Key
        FCCJ - Downtown
        101 West State Street
        Jacksonville, FL 32202

    Charles King
        Edward Waters College
        1658 Kings Road
        Jacksonville, FL  32209
            (904) 366-2510 ext. 241
            FAX (904) 366-2544

    Ed Lein
        Jacksonville Public Library
        122 North Ocean Street
        Jacksonville, FL  32218
            (904) 630-2423

    Willie Lee Lucas
        Department Chairperson
        FCCJ-North Campus LRC
        4501 Capper Road
        Jacksonville, FL  32218
            (904) 633-8330

    Laurie Ludwig
        Jacksonville Public Library
        122 North Ocean Street
        Jacksonville, FL  32202
            (904) 630-2427

    Barbara Markham
        FCCJ - Kent Campus
        3939 Roosevelt Boulevard
        Jacksonville, FL  32205
            (904) 387-8108

    Paula McIntyre
        Head Technical Services
        Jacksonville University Library
        2800 University Boulevard, North
        Jacksonville, FL  32211
            (904) 744-3950 ext. 4246
            FAX (904) 744-9930

    Sandra McMichael
        Cordinator, Media Services
        Duval County Public Schools
        2137 North Liberty Street
        Jacksonville, FL  32206
            (904) 630-6516
        7701 Baymeadows Cir., W., #1106 (home)
        Jacksonville, FL  32256

    Vicki Stanton
        Serials Department
        University of North Florida
        Library
        4567 St. Johns Bluff Road, South
        Jacksonville, FL  32216
            (904) 646-2550
            FAX (904) 646-2719

    Lynn Strickland
        Mayport Junior High School
            (904) 241-2441

    Marty Sugden
        Jacksonville Public Library
        122 North Ocean Street
        Jacksonville, FL  32202
            (904) 630-2424
            FAX (904) 630-2431

    Elizabeth Walters
        Jacksonville Public Library

    Barbara Young, Supervisor
        Educational Media
        Duval County Public Schools
        2137 N. Liberty Street
        Jacksonville, FL  32206
            (904) 630-6513

APPENDIX K
EMERGENCY PROCEDURE FOR LOWERING ELEVATORS

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APPENDIX L
LIFE SAFETY ALARM SYSTEM LOCATIONS

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