No crisis is the same. Previously, causes of disasters were attributed to nature, technology and people. Deforestation, environmental pollution, fossil extraction, population growth, migration to cities, to the sea and to earthquake-prone areas are human actions, which cause disasters. Yes, we have to prepare for crises, think of what happens: big forest fires, global warming, the rising sea level, the epidemics (SAR and Corona). Every crisis requires an approach that takes into account the environment, the availability of materials and people and the expertise of the emergency services. Disaster scenarios can be prevented through proper control and management, as well as by not relying on unexamined assumptions. Essentially, responding to emergencies is a logistical process where everything has to be right.