At the end of May 2014 Serbia experienced unnatural amounts of rainfall. Most of the damage was done to western Serbia. Numeral floods, landslides and debris flowsdestroyed a big number of facilities. There have been registrations of damages to roads, individual buildings and collective constructionsas well as fields forests and others.

After surveying the fields as part of the Commission for damage evaluation that has been established by State Office for Reconstruction and Flood Relief, and a year later, as part of the “Beware” project, numeral locations are defined as vulnerable to multiple kinds of sliding processes. And there were detections of irregularities in the use of the structures themselves, their locating and the way they were built, which more or less led to the formation of sliding processes and the increase of damage to the objects.

This work will show all of the detected triggers-the consequences of human activity, which, combined with the previous rainfall contributed to the formation of sliding processes. Examples of this were registries after data processing with over 200 observed locations in the municipalities ofValjevo, Krupanj, Osecina, Ljig, etc.