According to Article 3 of Law 225/1992, establishment of the national civil protection service, the provision of the various risk hypotheses "consists in the activities aimed at the field analysis and determination of the causes of calamitous phenomena, the identification of risks and the identification of areas of the territory subject to the same risks ". while prevention "consists of activities aimed at avoiding or minimizing the possibility of damage resulting from the events referred to in Article 2 [disasters, natural disasters, or connected with human activities], including on the basis of knowledge acquired as a result of forecasting activities ".
From the descriptions of the above norms we can deduce the definitions that form the basis of our principles of protection and protection of the environment in which we live.We provide support for scientific research, technological activities and monitoring networks with forecasting, and we support risk prevention activities (structural or non-structural means or measures) by managing the safety of the territory and populations, such as hydraulic systems - forestry and control of slope consolidation.
Some examples of fields related to non-structural measures for risk reduction concern: soil protection and civil protection, emergency plans, insurance against catastrophe risks, relocation of settlements and infrastructures, monitoring of phenomena.
We support those realities that aim at the field analysis of systems for solving problems linked to the territory in the field of naturalistic engineering and following calamitous events such as earthquakes, unexpected collapses of rocks, collapses, floods, floods or landslides. We operate in the two fundamental moments in defense and control of hydrogeological instability: that of prevention and that of forecasting.