Disaster risk reduction (DRR) is the concept and practice of disaster risk reduction and occurrence through systematic efforts, analyzing and managing the causative factors of these disasters, including reducing exposure to hazards, reducing vulnerability of people and property, effective environmental management and improving preparedness for adverse events.
INZA, as a regional leader in the areas of protection and rescue, critical infrastructure protection and protection against natural and other disasters, has developed a risk management information system on the GIS platform.
With the implementation of the risk management information system through numerous projects, it has been shown that the capacities and resources of the administrative units are networked and through the application solutions become more efficient with better and more efficient management of people and resources.
The software integrates European Risk Management Guidelines, presented by showing the most likely and worst case scenario that can hit a specific region or administrative unit. Each scenario demonstrates the quantitative and qualitative impact of an accident, on the basis of which precise instructions can be given for prevention, remediation and action during the duration of an accident. Our methods are innovative, modern and standardized as in the most developed countries in the world.

By implementing such a risk management system, we obtain:
• Digitized entire infrastructure
• Digitized risks that threaten a given area
• Attributable data for the whole ifrastructure and risks
• Capacities of protection and rescue services
• Capacity needed by emergency services and emergency services
• Risk zones with information on the number and category of the population and property at risk, the value of the property at risk and the damage caused by natural or other disasters
• People and property locations and search by predefined categories
• Monitoring of the situation on the ground through mobile applications that automatically sends reports to the disaster management center
• Digital disaster model
• Required data for disaster prevention, remediation and response.
The protection and rescue system is becoming more efficient and secure. Protection and rescue services are becoming more equipped, faster and more accurate in their operations. The population receives real-time information about the situation on the ground. Ultimately, the use of a risk management information system leads to a reduction in human casualties, a reduction in material.