For whom is the risk map intended?

For whom is the risk map intended?
Do I live in a location where there is a greater risk of disasters or accidents? Or do I work in an area where there are many risks? And what are the disasters involved? The risk map has been drawn up for all those searching for answers to these questions: inhabitants of the Netherlands, government policymakers, the police and the fire brigade.
The risk map is an important source of information for the government. Administrative bodies and government services at municipal, regional, provincial and national level can use this information when drawing up policy, taking decisions and implementing policy. The risk map can be used in town and country planning, for environmental permits and permits to establish businesses, spatial management and safety policy. And when, for instance, residential areas are designed, possible risks may be taken into account in advance.
Emergency services, such as the fire brigade, ambulance crews and police can also use the risk map. They not only provide emergency care, but are also involved in preparations for dealing with accidents and disasters. They do so in cooperation with the municipality. In this way, the emergency services can reduce risks to themselves and to the people they are helping.