For this reason, the bodies responsible for inspection and possible solution to the problem are moving decisively in order to collect data, and evaluate strategies to raise public awareness in this regard. To summarize in a few short lines the magnitude of the problem we quote a passage from the website of the Ministero della Salute for the project for the Region of Friuli Venezia Giulia:
"Domestic accidents are a public health problem of great importance. Several European countries and non-European countries have already started for some years prevention and safety policies in order to reduce the extent of this phenomenon. The European Community has begun a program for the surveillance and the monitoring of these events, through the monitoring of accidents that access to Emergency facilities (ELHASS), which was followed subsequently by the establishment of a European data network integrated into telematics Euphin. The Italian network of European surveillance of accidents has been supplemented by the Istituto Superiore di Sanità in the National Information System on Domestic Incidents (SINIACA)."