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1998

145 pages


19 Euros


Contents

GLOSSARY
PREFACES
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

SECTION I : THE CONTEXT

1. INTRODUCTION.

WHY A MANUAL ON RISK-PREPAREDNESS FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE ?

RISK-PREPAREDNESS IN THE CONTEXT OF THE WORLD HERITAGE CONVENTION
The benefits of the Convention.
Operation of the Convention
Cultural-heritage-at-risk relative to the Convention.

DEVELOPMENT OF THE MANUAL

A USER'SGUIDE TO THE MANUAL

2. THE IMPORTANCE OF RISK-PREPAREDNESS FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE

ATTITUDINAL OBSTACLES: ARGUMENTS AND COUNTER-ARGUMENTS

A CULTURAL-HERITAGE-AT-RISKFRAMEWORK

3. PRINCIPLES OF RISK-PREPAREDNESS FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE

INTRODUCTION. PRINCIPLES

4. DEVELOPING A SOUND APPROACH TO RISK-PREPAREDNESS FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE PROPERTY

PLANNING FRAMEWORK FOR RISK-PREPAREDNESS

RISK-PREPAREDNESS FOR DIFFERENT FORMS OF CULTURAL HERITAGE
Cultural Heritage
Monuments.
Archaeological Sites.
Historic Settlements.
Cultural Landscapes

SECTION II. DEVELOPING PROPERTY -SPECIFIC STRATEGIES TO IMPROVE RISK-PREPAREDNESS FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE

5. FlRE

DAMAGE TO PROPERTY
Damage to buildings and their contents.
Damage to historic districts
Damage to cultural landscapes and archaeological sites

DEVELOPING A FIRE-PREVENTION STRATEGY
Responsibility for developing the strategy
Elements of the strategy

REDUCING RISK
Strengthening resistance to fife
Fire detection and monitoring

DEVELOPING A FIRE-RESPONSE PLAN.

BUILDING THE STRATEGY: TECHNICAL AND PLANNING MEASURES
Minirnizing risk
Fire retardation and property protection.
Fire detection and warning systems
Development of response plans.

RESPONSE
For the fire safety manager and tearn
For occupants. For local fire officials

RECOVERY
The structure should be stabilized
The negative effects of the fire and fire-fighting methods should be addressed .
Detailed condition assessment should be made of the fire-damaged structure
Initiate salvage recording and conservation measures for damaged objects,
elements and the structure.
Reinstate ail alarm systems and fire-fighting equipment
Prepare repair and reconstruction plans.

6. EARTHQUAKES AND RELATED DISASTERS

DAMAGE TO PROPERTY

DEVELOPING AN EARTHQUAKE-PREPAREDNESS STRATEGY
Responsibility for developing the strategy
Elements of strategy

BUILDING THE STRATEGY: PLANNING AND TECHNICAL MEASURES
Reducing risks
Increasing earthquake resistance
Earthquake early warning and detection systems
Development of a response plan

RESPONSE

RECOVERY

7. FLOODING

DAMAGE TO PROPERTY

DEVELOPING A FLOOD-PREPAREDNESS STRATEGY
Responsability for developing the strategy
Elements of the strategy
Reducing risks
Increasing flood resistance
Flood-detection and monitoring
Flood-response planning

BUILDING THE STRATEGY: PLANNING AND TECHNICAL MEASURES
Reducing risks
Increasing resistance to floods
Flood early warning and detection systems
Development of a response plan

RESPONSE

RECOVERY

8. ARMED CONFLICT

DAMAGE TO PROPERTY

THE CONTEXT: THE CONVENTION FOR THE PROTECTION OF CULTURAL PROPERTY IN THE EVENT OF ARMED CONFLICT

DEVELOPING A SRTATEGY FOR THE PROTECTION OF CULTURAL HERITAGE IN THE EVENT OF ARMED CONFLICT

9. 0THER HAZARDS

TSUNAMI

AVALANCHES, LAND AND MUD SLIDES AND FLOWS

WINDS OR TROPICAL STORMS (HURRICANES, TYPHOONS, ETC.)

HAZARDS OFHUMAN ORIGIN

INADEQUATE MAINTENANCE

INDUSTRIAL POLLUTION AND DISASTERS

SECTION III. PUTTING RISK-PREPAREDNESS INTO PRACTICE

10. GUIDELINES FOR DEVELOPING SITE-SPECIFIC PREPAREDNESS PLANS.

GUIDELINES FOR ADV ANCE PLANNING.

GUlDELINES FOR REACTION DURING DISASTER OR CONFLICT

POST-DISASTERORPOST-CONFLICTGUIDELINES.

SUMMARY CHECK LIST FOR DAMAGE ASSESSMENT

11. IMPROVING RISK-PREPAREDNESS FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL

INTRODUCTION

ELEMENTS OF IMPROVED RISK-PREPAREDNESS

A PROCESS MODEL FOR IMPROVING RISK-PREPAREDNESS FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE

12. SOURCES.

WRITTEN AND AUDIOVISUAL SOURCES.
Inter-Agency Task Force documents

TECHNICAL AND PLANNING REFERENCES
General references

APPENDIX A. THE DECLARATION OF QUEBEC

APPENDIX B. THEKOBE-TOKYO DECLARATION

APPENDIX C. THE BLUE SHIELD MOVEMENT

APPENDIX D. ICOMOS RECORDING PRINCIPLES

APPENDIX E. THE ASSISI DECLARATION

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