Founded in 2006, DDAT has dedicated itself to its mission to “coordinate emergency preparedness planning, awareness, and disaster mitigation among the agencies, institutions, and repositories that create and manage the cultural heritage of Delaware.”
This website contains information about the organization, a member directory, information on becoming a member, an event calendar, photos of past DDAT events, and selected resources.
DDAT Spring 2016 Program and Business Meeting
On Thursday, March 25, DDAT held their annual spring program and business meeting at the Dover Public Library. The program, entitled: The DDAT-iAEM@UD Partnership: Resources and Projects to Support Your Organization's Disaster Preparedness focused on the efforts of the student chapter of the International Association of Emergency Managers at the University of Delaware and Summer Service Learning Fellows from UD to DDAT during the summer, 2015, months.
Brandon Bristor and Megan Hewitt presented their poster "Achieving Cultural Heritage Preservation Through Professional Partnership" which will be exhibited at the 2016 AIC conference in Montreal, and discussed the tools and resources they created for DDAT during their fellowships.
Valerie Marlowe was to discuss the Preservation Preparedness Alliance, a partnership project between iAEM@UD and DDAT, which provides unique support to DDAT member institutions in developing or enhancing their emergency response plans and related tools and activities. In her absence, DDAT members that went through the PPA process discussed their experiences and outcomes from the project.
Valerie Marlowe is the immediate past president of iAEM@UD, the student chapter of the International Association of Emergency Managers at the University of Delaware. Brandon Bristor and Megan Hewitt served as Summer Service Learning Fellows from UD to DDAT during the Summer, 2015, months.
To access Tabletop Exercise documents and templates presented at the meeting, please click here. Documents are located at the bottom of the page.
Resource of the Month
Check back each month to learn about a different disaster preparedness and recovery resource!
The National Library of Medicine in partnership with the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, have committed resources to help all libraries maintain their core information resources and services following a disaster to support the health and general well-being of their communities.
Resources available on this website include:
To access these resources and see how you can create a disaster ready culture at your institution, please visit http://nnlm.gov/ep/