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KNOWING THE PLAN In advance, each faculty, staff and student should: 1. Understand this evacuation plan. 2. Recognize the sound of the alarm. 3. Know at least two ways out of the building from your regular workspace.
He/she should then notify the appropriate team leader or leaders to deal with the situation. After the situation has been dealt with, the Joint Management Advisory Team should be informed if not already alerted. GENERAL EMERGENCY PROCEDURES Any problems occurring during operation should be brought immediately to the attention of the RiverPark campus Plant Operations Office or person in charge of Physical Plant.
Assistant Manager for Physical Plant RiverPark campus Maintenance Tech Supervisor Manager for Physical Plant River Park Campus After Operating Hours The following is a list of priority personnel to notify in the case of an emergency during non-operating hours: Jeff Bennett Steve Morse Sonny Fitzpatrick First Contact CSU Public Safety
The first priority person to arrive on the situation and notify the appropriate personnel to implement a plan of action. Emergencies involving injury to personnel or visitors: Security should contact appropriate emergency agency and then the Riverpark campus Plant Operations Manager and Assistant Director, if not already notified. Emergencies involving damage to facility: Contact appropriate emergency agency(s) and then team leaders as needed and coordinate to meet at the Carpenters Plant Operations Office at 9 9th street.
PHONE PROCEDURES Please notify RiverPark campus Physical Plant personnel in order of appearance: Assistant Manager for Physical Plant RiverPark campus Sonny Fitzpatrick Maintenance Tech Supervisor for Physical Plant RiverPark campus Jeff Bennett Assistant Director for Physical Plant RiverPark Campus Mike Medlock Joint Advisory Management Team Manager for Physical Plant RiverPark campus Steve Morse Director of Plant Operations for Physical Plant RiverPark Campus Eddie Woodhouse Persons notifying other RiverPark campus Team members should do so off-site, to assure there will be a telephone available, and to not tie-up existing lines on-site for emergency agency contacts.
TEAMS Teams and leaders with specific duties apply to situations after the first alert has been sounded, or after the immediate danger has passed. The following are Teams and Leaders with their duties:
SECURITY TEAM NOTIFIED FOR ALL EMERGENCIES RiverPark Plant Operations personnel – Leader CSU Public Safety and designated staff DUTY – Coordinate, and if necessary, assist persons in need of medical attention. Notify appropriate emergency agency (i.e. fire department, police, ambulance). Maintain security of building and begin repairs and/or re-initiation of alarm system. Instruct other staff to report to other leaders to help where necessary (i.e. collections and facility repair).
BUILDING TEAM NOTIFIED FOR ALL FACILITY PROBLEMS RiverPark campus Building Engineer – Leader RiverPark campus Assistant Director, Manager, Communications, Head Custodian, and Custodians DUTY – Assist emergency agencies with any questions about the facility (i.e. list of hazardous or flammable materials,blueprints, etc.). Contact City of Columbus for assistance, if needed. Do detail check of building for any and all damage.
EVENTS TEAM NOTIFIED OF ANY EMERGENCY INVOLVING EVENTS RiverPark campus Plant Operations Manager – Leader RiverPark campus Plant Operations Maintenance - Staff IF NECESSARY OR REQUESTED BY EVENTS TEAM LEADER: RiverPark campus Plant Operations Manager, Lead Crew DUTY – Coordinate efforts to communicate with press, board members and Main campus Plant Operations personnel as necessary. Check the damage to offices and important files (i.e. membership, finance). Assist security with duties, if needed.
PR TEAM: Public Relation Coordinator – Leader DUTY – Coordinate efforts to communicate with press, board members, and General Public as necessary. Check the damage to offices and important files (i.e. membership, finance). Assist CSU Police with duties, if needed.
EMPLOYEE EVACUATION PROCEDURE When you hear the evacuation alarm: 1. Remain calm. 2. IMMEDIATELY shut down all hazardous operations. 3. Leave quickly. 4. As you exit, quickly check nearby restrooms, theaters/auditoriums, backstage, closets, etc. for visitors, performers, audience members, other personnel, etc. 5. Accompany and help handicapped personnel, visitors, and any co-worker who appears to need calm direction or assistance. 6.Take with you: your car keys, purse, briefcase, etc. DO NOT attempt to take large or heavy objects. 7.Shut all doors behind you as you go. Closed doors can slow the spread of fire, smoke, and water. 8.Proceed as quickly as possible, but in an orderly manner. DO NOT push or shove. Hold handrails when you are walking on stairs. 9. Once out of the building, move across Broadway, away from the structure. 10. Go to the staff assembly area (see map for location). Roadways that emergency vehicles might use must not be blocked. 11. Stay together. All staff must be accounted for promptly. Help the roll-taker, if needed. Remain in the assembly area until assigned to emergency duties or instructed to leave.
When instructed to leave the RiverPark campus premises: 1.Drive carefully. Extra caution is required anytime you are excited, worried, or distracted by an emergency situation. Watch for pedestrians. Watch for emergency vehicles. 2.Where roads join, merge alternately with vehicles from the other road. Expect traffic back-ups. Be prepared to wait your turn. 3.Follow traffic directions from Security or other safety officials. If normal exits are blocked, you will be directed to an alternate route.
POWER LOSS In the event of a power loss, all personnel should stay where they are. Emergency Generator Systems should come on within a 30-second delay period. If not, the following should occur: 1.Staff should immediately coordinate with the RiverPark Building Team leader by radio to determine source of problem. Staff faculty and security should inform visitors, students to remain calm and stay where they are. 2.If the source of the outage is of no threat to life (i.e. fire, bomb, etc.), Physical Plant Staff and Security should immediately lock all outer doors or place guards at doors where available. 3.The Building Team leader should coordinate his team to distribute flashlights to various areas. 4. Team leaders with flashlights should them check on all staff on their team. 5.If you are in an elevator, stay calm. Use the intercom or the emergency button to notify Security. 6.Staff and Security with flashlights should escort visitors to Main Entrance and allow them to leave. All bags, backpacks, purses, etc. should be searched before leaving building.
RIOTS 1.Remain calm. 2. Security should ask all visitors and staff to evacuate the building and return home, if possible. 3.All outer doors should be locked and put on alarm by the Physcial Plant or Security and the CSU police notified. 4.Manned security should be maintained until the threat of the riot is passed, determined by the Chief and RiverPark Plant Operations Director or Manager.
PERSONAL ATTACK 1.If a person is attacked on RiverPark Campus property, CSU Police should be notified immediately. 2. Attackers are to be left alone, but persons observing attack should attempt to make identification for the police. 3. All appropriate personnel should be notified immediately by CSU Police (i.e. ambulance, police). 4.CSU should also contact the RiverPark campus Assistant Director and RiverPark campus Manager in his absence.
MEDICAL EMERGENCIES RIVERPARK STAFF If a staff member or volunteer is ill or injured: 1.Notify Security immediately, or tell a staff person if one is nearby. 2.CSU Police will send a Trained First Aid Officer, who will render the minimum first aid necessary and notify additional authorities, if needed (i.e. fire, police, paramedics, etc.). 3. Unless it is a life-threatening situation, do not attempt to render any first aid yourself before trained personnel arrive. 4. DO NOT attempt to move a person who has fallen or appears to be in pain. 5. AVOID unnecessary conversation with, or about, the ill or injured person. You might add to the persons distress or fear, increasing risk of shock. Quietly reassure the person. 6. After the person has been treated, or the medical authorities have taken control of the situation, remain available to help the Security Officer with pertinent information for Medical report, Incident report, or Workers Compensation report, if necessary. 7. Contact the CSU Human Resource Department for any Workers Compensation questions.
MEDICAL EMERGENCIES VISITOR When an employee, visitor, or volunteer observes a visitor who appears to be ill or injured: 1.Notify CSU Police immediately, or tell a guard if one is nearby. 2. CSU Police will send a Trained First Aid Officer, who will render the minimum first aid necessary and notify additional authorities, if needed (fire, police, paramedics, etc.). 3.Unless it is a life-threatening situation, do not attempt to render any first aid yourself before the trained personnel arrives. 4.DO NOT attempt to move a person who has fallen or appears to be in pain. 5.AVOID unnecessary conversation with, or about, the ill or injured person. You might add to the persons distress or fear, increasing risk of shock. Quietly reassure the person. 6.DO NOT discuss the possible cause of the accident or any conditions that may have contributed to the cause. 7.Under NO circumstances should an employee or volunteer discuss any insurance information with members of the public.
SEVERE WEATHER CONDITIONS During severe weather conditions, the CSU Public Safety or appointed Security should be monitoring the weather situation. When a severe weather alert is in effect, staff and visitors will be notified. All computer equipment should be turned off to avoid damage to files. During severe weather, staff should avoid using the telephones unless absolutely necessary.
TORNADO 1.Security should announce that a tornado has been sighted in the area. 2. All RiverPark personnel should begin escorting visitors, guests, etc. to assigned areas in each facility. DO NOT ALLOW ANYONE TO USE ELEVATORS. 3.Staff should immediately respond by going to Security office. 4.The receptionist should take a roll call of staff and students. 5.After the immediate threat of hazardous weather has passed, the RiverPark Plant Operations staff and CSU Public Safety should do a cursory check of the building to ensure integrity and safety of the facility. 6.The RiverPark campus Plant Operations staff should check the parking lot for downed power lines and/or safety threats and report to team leaders. 7.All visitors and guests not in need of medical attention should be escorted out of the building by Security, if necessary. 8.Next, team leaders should gather in the Staff Room to coordinate their teams and initiate specific duties. If Staff Room is unusable, report to the Lobby.
HURRICANE or FLOOD 1.In the event of a hurricane or flood, 24 hours notice will usually be given through weather alert stations. Security should notify appropriate RiverPark campus Physcial Plant Team Leader personnel in emergency list order. 2. Each team leader should enact duties to secure their assigned areas.
EARTHQUAKE 1.Remain calm. 2.Security should escort all students, visitors, guests, and faculty to the nearest doorway or under a table or desk inside the building. 3. Staff personnel should do the same. 4.Stay away from windows, mirrors, overhead fixtures, file cabinets, bookcases, and electrical equipment. 5.After the immediate quake, all persons should maintain their positions for at least 20 minutes in preparation for aftershocks. Aftershocks may occur at any time after initial quake, so be prepared. 6. DO NOT use matches or lighters. 7. DO NOT use the elevator or telephone. 8. DO NOT spread rumors. 9.The RiverPark campus Physical Plant appointed staff should check the parking lot for downed power lines and/or safety threats (i.e. dislodged light posts, severe cracks in ground, etc.) and report to team leaders. 10.If circumstances permit, all persons should be evacuated to the parking lot and emergency team procedures begun.
FIRE 1.Remain calm. 2.Notify Security IMMEDIATELY. 3.If the fire is small, attempt to put it out with a fire extinguisher. However, do not jeopardize your personal safety. 4. Never allow the fire to come between you and the exit. 5. Disconnect electrical equipment that is on fire if it is safe to do so. (Pull the plug or throw the circuit breaker.) 6. Notify your supervisor of the location and extent of the fire. 7.Evacuate your area if you are unable to put out the fire. Pull alarm. Close doors behind you to confine the fire. Proceed to fire exit. 8.Once alarm is sounded, Security should assist all students, visitors, guests, and faculty to nearest evacuation exits, and staff should evacuate as well through nearest Fire Exit. 9. DO NOT USE ELEVATORS! 10. Person at front desk should take the sign-in/sign-out sheet and give to appropriate roll-taker, listed below in order of priority: (1) CSU Public Safety Staff (2) RiverPark staff 11. RiverPark campus Physical Plant staff and Security Team Leaders should report to the Main Entrance to assist fire officials. Security and RiverCenter Building Team Leader should locate are of alarm. One of these people will go to investigate the situation with a radio to maintain contact. 12. Only after the Columbus State Public Safety Director or assigned staff has given the clear signal may everyone re-enter the building.
BOMB THREAT 1.Person receiving telephone threat should be polite and obtain as much information as possible. Immediately notify Security, or signal someone to notify Security. Security is to contact the Director of the facility. CSU Public Safety with the Directors of the facility will determine the evacuation. Only after you have evacuated the building and are safe from immediate harm should you begin writing down all information about the caller and/or threat and give to the CSU Public Safety Staff. 2.Security is to evacuate the building through fire alarm, and then call fire department to explain the situation before they arrive. 3. DO NOT discuss threat with other staff!
Person receiving written threat or suspicious parcel, or finding a suspicious object anywhere on the premises: 1.Keep anyone from handling it or going near it. 2. Notify Security IMMEDIATELY. 3. DO NOT call the police yourself. Security will notify appropriate law enforcement and public safety agencies. 4. Promptly write down everything you can remember about receiving the letter or parcel, or finding the object. Security and police interviewers will need this information. 5.Remain calm. DO NOT discuss the threat with other staff members. 6. Be guided by the Security Department. If evacuation is ordered, go to designated area (see map for location).
BOMB THREAT CHECKLIST REMAIN CALMKEEP THE PERSON TALKINGNOTE THE CONVERSATION Date and time call received: Exact words used by caller: Questions to ask the caller: When is the bomb set to go off? Where is the bomb? What kind of bomb is it? What does it look like? Why did you place the bomb? Who are you? Where are you? Description of callers voice: Male/Female Young/Middle-Aged/Old Accent/Speech impediments Tone of voice/Sober Is voice familiar? Sounds like: Any characteristics of voice: Background noise: Time caller hung up: Name, address, telephone number of recipient:
1.Remain Calm 1.Be prepared for possible further explosions. 1.Crawl under a table or desk. 1.Stay away from windows, mirrors, overhead fixtures, cabinets, bookcases, and all electrical/computer equipment. 5.Be guided by Security Department. If evacuation is ordered, go to designated area (see map). 7.DO NOT move seriously injured persons unless they are in obvious immediate danger (fire, building collapse, etc.). 8.Open doors carefully. Watch for fallen objects, broken glass, etc. 9.DO NOT use the elevators. 10. DO NOT use matches or lighters. 11. AVOID using telephones. 12. DO NOT spread rumors. EXPLOSION
MATERIAL LIST ITEMLOCATIONS IN BUILDING Weather RadioSecurity Station Walkie-Talkie RadiosSecurity Station FlashlightsSecurity Station TentsStorage Area – Backstage Polyethylene SheetsStorage Area – Backstage BlanketsStorage Area – Backstage EthafoamStorage Area – Backstage First Aid KitsSecurity Station and Physical Plant Office
EMERGENCY CONTACTS** FIRE -911 POLICE CSU PUBLIC SAFETY PLUMBERS -CSU Building Services ( ) ELECTRICIANS – CSU Building Services ( ) AIR CONDITIONING - CSU Building Services ( ) **FOR ALL PROBLEMS - Notify CSU Public Safety Office OFF-SITE STORAGE - The following are to be contacted by the Building Engineer, or Physical Plant Manager if Building Engineer is unavailable: NOTE: When problems with building systems and equipment occur that require immediate repair, contact CSU RiverPark campus Phyiscal Plant Services. If Building Services cannot solve the problem, listed below are contractors that can correct the problem if it is in their area of expertise. Contact needs to be made after approval from RiverPark campus Physical Plant staff since funding will be an issue. AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING SYSTEMS – Holbrook Services Company ELECTRICAL – Davis Electric Company FIRE PROTECTION – Columbus Fire And Safety or Fuller Fire SECURITY ALARMS – Eagle Security Company FIRE ALARMS – Fuller Fire or SCI PLUMBING – Ace Plumbing Stanley Steemer – Servpro
EMERGENCY CONTACTS OFFICE EXTENSION RIVERPARK ADMINISTRATION OfficeBase Station Manager of Plant Ops RiverPark campusSteve Morse Administrative CoordinatorPatti Brooks Kathleen Harr Events CoordinatorChris Malone Norman Upshaw GroundsVictor Harrell Assistant Manager for Plant OpsSonny Fitzpatrick Jeff Bennett Gabe Webb Ron Lunsford Steve Barkey Ben Crowley Kyle Richardson
Custodial Facility Services SupervisorCarolyn Rockeymore CSU Police Department Police DispatchCSU Police RiverCenter SecurityRiverCenter Officers rivercentersecurity MAIN CAMPUS CONTACTS Environmental SpecialistBob Crowder Logistic SupportAndre Jackson TransportationJames Glenn Pete Danois Assistant Director Plant OperationsMike Medlock PLANT OPERATIONS DIRECTOREddie Woodhouse VP Business & FinanceTom Helton Public Relations John Lester CSU Police CSU Assistant Police ChiefMark Lott CSU Police ChiefRuss Drew EMERGENCY CONTACTS
Disaster Plan for Communications Team Team – RiverPark campus Plant Operations and assigned staff Telephone Tree RiverPark campus Plant Operations staff and CSU Public Safety First Level Disaster (off-site but accessible to building) reporting Criteria – Total or partial destruction of building (i.e. tornado) or threat of total of partial destruction (i.e. fire). Communication lines – ________________________ will be informed of all changes in situation. CSU Public Relations should do all communicating to media, board, CSU administration and public. Responsible for all communications should be through the _________________. RiverPark campus Plant Operations staff will keep CSU Public Safety up-to-date. ________________________ will screen all calls and requests and make appropriate delegation or response. Supplies needed – Off-site records of board, media contacts, membership records, staff lists, floor plans, extra walkie-talkies (or radios), camera and film, batteries, portable phone, paper and pencils (Operations Directors home.)
Second Level Disaster (on-site reporting in parking lot as assigned) Criteria – Minor destruction of building Communication lines – same as first-level disaster. Responsible for all communication should be through CSU Public Relations Coordinator.. Supplies needed – same as first-level disaster.
Third Level Disaster (on-site reporting in building) Criteria – Minor damage to building, removal of objects from property, threats to personnel, serious accidents on property, theft of property, etc. Communication lines – ____________________________ to be briefed on event, answer all calls from media and the public. He/She will do a press release, if needed, to alleviate questions. Supplies – none out of the ordinary. What to communicate? What is being done That the _________________________ is in charge and knows what is happening That all pertinent efforts are being made Damage assessment response What our current safety procedures are (without revealing how each one is handled) Recovery efforts What to do Communicate to telephone tree Meet at designated site Assess situation Decide on appropriate response Have ____________________________ inform Board of events using a prepared script. All questions will be referred to ________________________ to answer later. Callers will be told that he is currently working with disaster team. ______________________________ to be kept informed of all updates and changes and will inform tree. ________________________________ to arrange press conference for __________________________ to quickly inform media and public of what is happening (use ____________________ is out of town). ________________________ to field all unscheduled media calls. ____________________ to field all public calls and give set response. _____________________________________ to respond to all Board and CSU administration calls by calling them back later.
TEAM LIST TitleNameNumber CSU Police Department Dispatch Office Maintenance Supervisor Jeff Bennett cell office pager Assist VP Director of Operations Eddie Woodhouse Home Assist DirectorMike Medlock cell Maintenance ManagerSonny Fitzpartick Cell Home Pager VP FinanceTom Helton Cell Office Home
RiverPark Events Team Telephone Tree for Emergency Response Manager of Plant Operations RiverPark Campus Building Maintenance Manager RiverPark Campus Energy Management Coordinator Building Maintenance Staff Facility Services Staff University Police Department Administration Staff PROCEDURES DURING EMERGENCY The leader of the RiverPark campus Team depends on appropriate personnel available at the time of the emergency. The first person listed on the Events Team should be considered leader first. If not available, the next person should be the leader, and so on down the list dependent upon availability. 1. Team Leader should split team into two groups, with leaders in each to begin evacuation of works. 2. Evacuation should begin with most valuable first as stated in the priority listing provided. Leader should coordinate security for works being removed and materials to protect works. 3. Inform Joint Management Advisory Team of all events and steps.
This section suggest the types of supplies and equipment that may be needed to cope with a natural disaster or other event that causes damage to the RiverPark campus or to its contents. Few facilities such as the RiverPark campus facilities will ever need the full range of supplies and equipment listed here. The RiverPark campus should acquire only those items that are likely to be of benefit depending on the kinds of emergencies and types of damage that have been anticipated. On the other hand, this list does not pretend to be all-inclusive. Almost certainly, the RiverPark campus facilities will find during the planning process that it expects to need items that have not been listed. This list is intended only as a guide. Items listed here do not necessarily have to be stockpiled exclusively for use in an emergency. Some of these items will be found in all facilities like the RiverPark campus as a matter of course. They can be diverted for use in cleanup and repair operations whenever they are needed. However, keep in mind that the items you may be counting on to use during or after an emergency may be damaged or destroyed or made inaccessible by that same emergency. GUIDE TO EMERGENCY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT
Some items – such as dry cell batteries – have a limited shelf life. Plan on replacing such items periodically so that fresh stock is always on-hand in your stockpile. Finally, always include copies (not originals) of operating manuals or instructions with items of mechanical and electrical equipment in case someone not experienced with their operation is required to use them in an emergency. The below listed items market by an asterisk (*) are considered the most critical to have on hand in order to respond to a fire or other disaster event which may result in water damage. Precautions must be taken to ensure that stockpiled emergency supplies and equipment is not used for day-to-day operations; otherwise, they might not be available when needed. Therefore, those items that will be critical to the survival of the RiverPark campus and that cannot be procured promptly elsewhere after the emergency should be set aside or stockpiled in a safe place so they will be available if they are ever needed. GUIDE TO EMERGENCY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT
Throwaway containers for trash Sanitizers (such as chloride of lime or high-test hypo chlorite ) Fungicides, insecticides, rodenticides Wash tubs or clean garbage cans Scouring powders or other cleaners (Disinfectants, Ammonia) Wet/dry vacuum with accessories Dustpans Mops, mop buckets, and wringers Scoops and shovels Supplies and Equipment for Debris Removal and Clean-up Sponges, rags or cloths Water hoses and nozzles Low sudsing detergent Brooms Rubber gloves Buckets and squeegees
Wenches (pipe, channel lock, and vise grips in various sizes) Wood saws Pliers (adjustable, linemans, and needle nose in various sizes) Metal saws with spare bladesScrewdrivers (straight blade and Phillips in various sizes) Utility knives with spare blades Special tools for tamper-resistant screws and bolts (if needed) Wire cutters with insulated blades Hammers (both claw and machinist) Tin snips Pry bar or crow bar (small and large sizes) Pipe cutter and threader Folding rules or retractable tape measures,(8 minimum) Bolt cutter Hand drill with bits Ropes Sledgehammer (possibly two sized) 3-ton hydraulic jack Dollies or handcarts Axes, including firemans ax Block and tackle Pit cover hook (if applicable) Staple gun and staples Ladders and stools Hydrant and post indicator valve wrenches (if there is a sprinkler or standpipe system) Tools and Equipment for Demolition, Repairs, and Rescue
Plywood for replacing or covering broken windowsBinding wire Dimensional lumber for temporary framingGlue Nails, screws, bolts, nuts, and assorted fastenersTwine Tapes of various kinds (masking, duct, electrical)Small rope or cord Plastic sheeting Construction Materials
Emergency gasoline powered electrical generator Emergency lights with extra batteries Fire extinguishers (ABC dry chemical recommended) Portable CB radio(s) with extra batteries Portable public address system or bullhorn Gas masks with extra canisters Resuscitation equipment Extension cords, at least some equipped with ground fault circuit interrupters Portable lights (if a generator will be available) Flashlights or lanterns with extra batteries Battery-operated AM/FM/short-wave radio(s) Walkie-talkie radio(s) with extra batteries Geiger counter and dosimeters Air breathers and extra oxygen tanks Gasoline powered water pump (or pump which can be powered by the electrical generator) with appropriate hoses and fittings Emergency Equipment
The individual employees who are to use them may provide some of these items. Necessary protective clothing First aide kits and medical supplies Rubber boots or wadersFood and food preparation equipment Rubber lab aprons Sleeping bags, blankets, and pillows Protective masks and goggles or safety glassesHardhats Sanitation facilities Portable water Personal Equipment and Supplies
Boxes for packing and moving artifacts, records, books, and equipment. Record transfer boxes are the easiest to use, carry, and store. They come flat and are to be set up as needed; they may be re-flattened for storage and re-use. Box sealing and strapping tapes Tissue paper, clean newsprint, plastic bubble pack, foam noodles, and other such materials for packing artifacts prior to relocation. Marking pens, preferably indelible, including some for writing on plastic Miscellaneous Supplies
Space heaters Fans Portable dehumidifiers Hygrometers/psychrometers Photographic equipment (35mm camera, lenses, accessories, flash, etc.) Photographic film and spare batteries for camera and flash Essential office equipment (manual typewriter, pocket calculator, pencil sharpener, stapler, rules, etc.) Essential stationary, blank forms and other such supplies to ensure capability of minimal administrative operations. Miscellaneous Equipment
Newsprint Sharp knives, such as X-Acto Polyethylene bags, various sizes Scissors, large and small sizes Polyester and polyethylene film Industrial denatured alcohol Plastic garbage bags and ties Thymol Water displacement compound, such as Ethanol WD-40 spray or liquid Acetone Silicone release or wax paper Japanese tissue Various sizes of thick glass or Smooth White blotter paper Masonite Towels or clean rags Weights such as leather shot bags Clothespins, preferably plastic Waxes and dressings, as appropriate to the collection Conservation Supplies and Equipment