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Civil Protection

KATAPLAN guideline - Hazard analysis and emergency provisions

Basis for concrete work at the cantonal level

Responsibility for coping with catastrophes and emergencies lies mainly with the cantons. The federal administration regulates basic aspects of civil protection and provides the necessary coordination. According to Article 8 of the “Federal Law on Civil Protection and Protection and Support” (BZG), the federal administration is responsible, in cooperation with the cantons, for research and development in the area of civil protection, in particular in the areas of hazard analysis and coping with catastrophes and emergencies.

 

Integrated framework

KATAPLAN is designed to facilitate practical intercantonal planning for prevention of and coping with catastrophes and emergencies. This requires an integrated procedure for identifying hazards and the resulting risks. The core basis of KATAPLAN is the model of integrated risk management.

Integrated risk management

 

Target audience

The KATAPLAN guideline is targeted at cantonal decision-makers in civil protection who deal with analysis of hazards and preparedness for coping with catastrophes and emergencies.

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  • Federal Office for Civil Protection FOCP
    Risk Analysis / Research Coordination
    Monbijoustrasse 51A
    CH-3003 Bern

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