Security and safety - Civil protection
Companies must take protective measures to ensure adequate supplies in the event of natural disasters or accidents, for example. Employees and residents can be protected in particular by structural measures.
Here you will find information about formalities related to this subject:
Civil protection; warning the population
If necessary, the safety and disaster control authorities warn the population likely to be affected by a disaster or large-scale hazard situation and, if necessary, provide instructions on how to behave.
Fire and disaster protection; alarm planning
The district administrative authorities are responsible for alert planning in fire protection and disaster control, and the special-purpose associations for rescue services and fire brigade alerting are responsible for alert planning in rescue services.
Digital radio BOS; registration of fixed radio installations
For commissioning and as a prerequisite for the operation of fixed radio systems (FRT) in the BOS digital radio network, the registration procedure for fixed radio systems of the Federal Agency for Digital Radio of Security Authorities and Organisations (BDBOS) must be completed. This ensures safe and reaction-free operation in the BOS digital radio network.
Floods; issuance of warnings
Floods can cause enormous financial losses and endanger human lives. Flood damage and hazards can be decisively reduced by early warning.
Avalanche warning service tasks; organization and coordination
The organization and coordination of avalanche warning tasks is the responsibility of the safety and disaster control authorities (municipalities, district offices, district governments of Upper Bavaria and Swabia) with the cooperation of the avalanche warning center.
Emergency planning; preparation of external emergency plans
As part of preventive disaster control, the district administrative authorities draw up alarm and deployment plans for specific incident operations on the basis of corresponding operator information.
Water and ice hazard; averting
If, in order to avert the danger of water, ice and debris flow, it becomes necessary to take precautions that cannot be postponed, the neighboring municipalities shall be obligated to assist the threatened municipality according to their possibilities and at their expense.
Substances hazardous to water; accident reporting
Accidents involving substances hazardous to water can, for example, cause fish to die or contaminate soil and groundwater. They must be reported immediately to the police or the fire brigade (emergency call 110 or 112). The fire brigade will then take immediate measures to avert the danger.
Plant fire department; application for recognition
The fire department of an establishment or facility may be recognized as a plant fire department upon application by the owner or sponsor.