A hazard map shows whether there is a risk of natural hazards. We then check the hazard zones for properties that could pose a risk in the event of a possible incident.
Risks are deemed to be the expected damage to people, buildings or infrastructure. This not only includes the actual damage to buildings, but also possible environmental damage, business interruption or damage to irreplaceable objects such as archive documents, paintings etc.
To make the risks comparable, they are monetised, in other words expressed in monetary terms. Special attention is paid to the risk of personal injury. This allows us to point out where the greatest risks lie and which properties require the most urgent protective measures.