Records Management Disaster Preparedness Rockhampton
13 Apr 2010 9:00am - 4:30pm
- Rockhampton Leagues Club, Cnr Cambridge and George Streets
- Cost: $220 (including GST) per participant to attend; $400 per participant if attending both this session and the companion course Records Management Disaster Recovery.
- 3131 7721
- Queensland State Archives
Disaster management planning is the process of preparing for the recovery of records in the event of a disaster. Processes for the recovery of records must be carried out to protect records from further damage, stabilise the records and re-establish the records in a usable condition. Recovery should commence as soon as possible after the emergency situation has been stabilised, therefore requiring a plan to be established in preparation of a disaster occurring.
This course aims to establish the procedures and processes to be taken after a disaster occurs. What disasters could affect public records? Planning for recovery will be developed including an understanding of the effects of various disasters on different record types. Included is the processes for establishing a recovery operation, developing a Recordkeeping Disaster Management Plan, identifying roles of staff in the event of a disaster, as well as assessing and performing recovery tasks.
This course is comprised of the following content:
- Session 1: What disasters could affect public records, and why prepare for them?
- Session 2: Recordkeeping Disaster Management Plan
- Session 3: Developing phases of a Recordkeeping Disaster Management Plan
- Session 4: Disaster – are you prepared?
Who should attend this course?
This course is primarily designed for Queensland public authority records practitioners or those with broad information and organisational experience and tasked with undertaking planning for a disaster affecting public records. Participants attending this course should have a broad understanding of records and their attributes.
By the completion of this course participants will be able to:
- Explain the effects of disasters on various record types
- Develop a Recordkeeping Disaster Management Plan and understand its relationship to other emergency and disaster planning documentation.
- Understand the processes involved in recovery in the event of a disaster
- Give clear descriptions of salvage techniques
- Understand how to establish a recovery operation
- Understand how to recover records to a usable condition
All participants receive a course pack consisting of
- Case study
- Copies of presentation slides
Participants may register for this course online through the Codice website. To register, go to: www.codice.com.au