The Alliance has compiled this set of terrorism resources from amongst its own offerings as well as those throughout the nonprofit and museum sector.
The Alliance shares a reference guide that provides a primer on disaster preparedness and helps museums understand the process of developing a disaster preparedness/emergency preparedness plan. It reflects national standards and is in line with the requirements of the Alliance’s Core Documents Verification and Accreditation programs.
The Alliance compiled a set of emergency preparedness and planning resources from amongst its own offerings as well as those throughout the nonprofit and museum sector.
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The Alliance provides Tier 3 museum members with sample disaster preparedness and recovery plans from other museums.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has guidelines for emergency preparedness, including biological and chemical agents, radiation, and water safety. It also has contact information for county and city health departments.
The Nebraska Emergency Management Agency has a helpful list of things to do to plan before and after an act of terrorism occurs.
The American Red Cross has a fact sheet titled Terrorism: Preparing for the Unexpected. It suggests items for a disaster supply kit, offers a first-aid primer and gives tips on sheltering in place.