Measures in Case of Fire

In case a fire starts, warn individuals close to the fire.

If a fire starts:

  1. WARN individuals in the immediate proximity that a fire or other emergency has occurred.
  2. RESCUE everyone in immediate danger and evacuate the premises.
  3. CALL emergency services, ambulance and police via SOS on telephone number 112.
  4. EXTINGUISH the fire if you see fit and without taking unnecessary risks.
  5. CONTAIN the fire.
  6. Proceed to the assembly point.

Assembly points on campus

When SOS responds at 112 they will require answers to the following questions:

  • What has happened?
  • Where has the accident occurred?
  • What telephone number are you calling from?
  • What is the name of the person calling?



Good Advice

  • If the room fills up with smoke – crawl under the smoke, there you will find that the air is cleaner and you will have greater visibility.
  • Never use the lift/elevator during a fire.
  • Close the doors behind you when you leave in order to prevent the smoke and fire from spreading.
  • In case of fire in a saucepan – move the saucepan from the stove and smother the fire with a lid.
  • Never leave burning candles unattended.

Your Responsibility

All employees, students, visitors and entrepreneurs at our workplace must have the following knowledge and duties:

  • to report incidents and defects that may cause damage or harm or that may be hazardous in any way
  • to know where the emergency exits are located and that these should always be accessible
  • to be aware of the various alarms available at the workplace
  • to have knowledge of the location of the extinguishing equipment and how this should be used.

The text above is based on "Lagen om skydd mot olyckor" (the Act on the Prevention of Accidents), SFS 2003:778.