Effects of disasters all over the world are numerous and impact negatively on a country’s economy. To curb this problem, disaster management is very important for any organization, since they have valuable resources such as buildings, equipment (computers, photocopiers), furniture, books or records, rare materials, antiquities that needs to be protected against destruction and personnel from being injured or killed by disaster occurrence. Governments and organisations whether private or public incur a lot of resources in terms of (time, finances, equipment, buildings, recruiting qualified human resources) to help them improve their nations and/or organisations to make them compete well with others. This book therefore addresses issues on disaster cases in libraries and beyond. It delves in to finding ways of curbing disasters both natural, manmade and those of moribund type; the book suggest establishment of disaster management policy and department that is mandated to handle disaster cases in any established institutions where information is stored and used. The book is a must read for disaster policy makers, information managers and custodians of social memory.