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  • Disaster Preparedness
    Minnesota Historical Society. Disasters—natural and man-made—and weather patterns all have the potential to damage or destroy records. Basic precautions and the formation of a disaster plan will help prevent the unnecessary loss of valuable records in the instance of a disaster. Following these guidelines will minimize potential risks and reduce the loss of records.
  • Disaster Response and Recovery Resources
    Minnesota Historical Society, Conservation Department. The reference publications listed provide advice and guidance for responding to a disaster and for dealing with wet and damaged historic material and possessions.

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The CoSA Resource Center provides state-specific information in support of CoSA's FEMA-funded Intergovernmental Preparedness for Essential Records (IPER) courses - Essential Records and Records Emergency Planning and Response. The Resource Center continues and significantly expands the capabilities of the one initiated by CoSA in response to a call for a web-based information center emanating from the National Forum on Continuing Education (NFACE) in 2000. Development and expansion of the Resource Center has been supported by funds from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (Cooperative Agreement Number 2007-GT-T7-K022) and the National Historial Publications and Records Comission.

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