Provincial risk map regulations

Provinces create and manage the risk maps. This has been laid down in law in the new Dutch Security Regions Act [Wet Veiligheidsregio’s]. Further universally binding rules for the risk maps are included in ministerial regulations. These ministerial regulations describe the vulnerable objects and high-risk situations that must be shown on the risk map. Rules have also been included for the production, management and structuring of the risk map, so that the risk maps of all provinces have a uniform appearance and work in the same way. The data should be updated regularly.

View the Regeling provinciale risicokaart [Provincial risk map regulations]