REPR Participant Guide

Records Emergency Preparedness (REPR) Participant Guide (PG)

DOWNLOAD COURSE MATERIALS

Follow the instructions in this READ ME document to print out the materials you will need as a Participant (student) in the REPR course.

If you need assistance, please contact CoSA/IPER Staff at 678-364-3882 or email iper@statearchivists.org.

Recommended: Download one of the following sets of zipped (compressed) files -- either the PDF or Microsoft Word versions -- that contain all of the materials you will need for the ER Course. You may also download individual files below.

PDF Versions of the REPR Course Materials
The PDF versions of all REPR course materials are available in a single zipped file.
Zipped: 17,508 KB
Includes the following:
-- Binder cover & spine inserts
-- Front matter, table of contents
-- Participant Guide for Sessions 1-4
-- Handouts for Sessions 1-4
-- References
Download all REPR Participant Course Materials as PDF files (zipped)
MS Word Versions of the REPR Course Materials
The Word versions of all REPR course materials are available in a single zipped file.
Zipped: 161,838 KB
Includes the following:
-- Binder cover & spine inserts
-- Front matter, table of contents
-- Participant Guide for Sessions 1-4
-- Handouts for Sessions 1-4
-- References
Download all REPR Participant Course Materials as Word files (zipped)

Individual Files

If you prefer, you may download each file individually by clicking on the link for either the MS Word or PDF version of each.

Binder Cover Insert & Spine Labels; Tab Labels # MS Word PDF

Binder cover insert

1 Page

DOC

PDF not available

Spine label

1 Page

DOC

PDF not available

CD Label
(for use with NATEO® CD Media Labeling)

1 Page

DOC

PDF not available

Tab labels
(5 tab Peel Away)

1 Page

DOC

PDF not available

Tab labels
(8 tab Peel Away)

1 Page

DOC

PDF not available

Tab labels
(for use with Avery 5-tab Index Maker Tabs #11436)

1 Page

DOC

PDF not available

Participant Guide (PG) # MS Word PDF

Front matter, table of contents

18 Pages

DOC

PDF

Session 1

68 Pages

DOC

PDF

Session 2

60 Pages

DOC

PDF

Session 3

78 Pages

DOC

PDF

Session 4

60 Pages

DOC

PDF

Handouts (HOs) - Session 1 # MS Word PDF

HO 1.1: Develop Your REAP - First Steps Activity

6 Pages

DOC

PDF

Handouts (HOs) - Session 2 # MS Word PDF

HO 2.1: Emergency Contact Directory Template

6 Pages

DOC

PDF

HO 2.2: Essential Records

2 Pages

DOC

PDF

HO 2.3: Sample Records Priorities List

2 Pages

DOC

PDF

HO 2.4: Sample Supplies and Equipment List

6 Pages

DOC

PDF

HO 2.5: Initial Damage Assessment & Response Checklist

2 Pages

DOC

PDF

HO 2.6: Components of a REAP

6 Pages

DOC

PDF

HO 2.7: Pocket Response Plan (PReP) Template

6 Pages

DOC

PDF

HO 2.8: Test a REAP and Develop Your REAP's Table of Contents Activity

20 Pages

DOC

PDF

Handouts (HOs) - Session 3 # MS Word PDF

HO 3.1: Sample Pack-out Tracking Log

2 Pages

DOC

PDF

HO 3.2: Response Plan Template

4 Pages

DOC

PDF

HO 3.3: Personal Health & Safety During Response

2 Pages

DOC

PDF

HO 3.4: Emergency Response Checklist:
First 48 Hours

2 Pages

DOC

PDF

HO 3.5: Develop Your REAP Activity

2 Pages

DOC

PDF

Handouts (HOs) - Session 4
# MS Word PDF

HO 4.1: Response and Recovery Procedures

8 Pages

DOC

PDF

HO 4.2: After Action Report

10 Pages

DOC

PDF

HO 4.3: Sample Post Event Report

2 Pages

DOC

PDF

HO 4.4: Common Drying Methods

4 Pages

DOC

PDF

References Folder
# MS Word PDF

REF 01: Resource Center, References, Reading List

6 Pages

DOC

PDF

REF 02: Key Terms and Acronyms for the IPER Courses

16 Pages

DOC

PDF

REF 03: Participant Webinar Reference Guide

14 Pages

DOC

PDF

The development of the IPER Essential Records course was supported by Cooperative Agreement Number 2007-GS-T7-K022, administered by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Preparedness Directorate. Points of view or opinions in this program are those of the author(s) and do not represent the position or policies of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

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