In the event of fire and accidents

You have a duty to know the location of

  • Emergency exits
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Fire alarm
  • The reassembly point
  • Evacuation procedures
  • Defibrillator
  • First aid material
  • Emergency showers/eye showers (lab)
  • Emergency routines for chemical spill (lab)
     

Evacuation

In case the evacuation/fire alarm goes off, evacuate immediately through the nearest evacuation route. DO NOT USE THE ELEVATOR.

  1. SAVE: anyone who is in danger.
  2. WARN: others who are in danger. Activate the FIRE/EVACUATION ALARM.
  3. CALL: SOS Alarm at 112. Tell them who you are and where you are calling from, tell them what happened and where.
  4. EVACUATE: through the nearest evacuation route, do not use the elevator.
  5. Go to the reassembly point.
     

In the event of fire

  1. SAVE: anyone who is in danger.
  2. WARN: others who are in danger. Activate the FIRE ALARM.
  3. CALL: SOS Alarm at 112. Tell them who you are and where you are calling from, tell them what happened and where.
  4. If possible, put out the fire. CLOSE doors and windows to contain the fire. Do not put yourself at any risk!
  5. EVACUATE: through the nearest evacuation route, do not use the elevator.
  6. Go to the reassembly point.
     

Free of cost, education in fire protection and first aid education is arranged by the university.
 

In the event of accident

  1. Find out WHAT HAS HAPPENED. Call others for help.
  2. Provide FIRST AID.
  3. CALL: SOS Alarm at 112. Tell them who you are and where you are calling from, tell them what happened and where.
  4. Send someone to wait for the paramedics and show them the way.
  5. Do not leave the injured alone.

Eye showers

Victim

Co-worker

Call for help

Check if you need something (gloves, coat, breathing mask) in order to protect yourself, and assist the victim to the eye shower and turn it on.

Flush the eyes with lots of water

Position the water spray in the eye and hold the eye open for the person.

Call 112 for ambulance.

Keep flushing the person’s eyes until the ambulance has arrived.

Emergency showers

Victim

Co-worker

Call for help

Check if you need something (gloves, coat, breathing mask) in order to protect yourself, and assist the victim to the shower and turn it on.

Flush the affected area with lots of water.
Remove clothing if necessary.

Help the victim to remove clothing if necessary. Make sure you are safe.

Use clean lab coats or a blanket if privacy is needed.

Call 112 for ambulance.

Stay with the victim until the ambulance has arrived, they want to have information about the victim and the incident.

Chemical spill

Read the checklist here.

In cases of poisoning call 00-112 all hours

Questions concerning poisons: call the Poison Information Centre: 08-33 12 31 during office hours.

SOS ALARM

(00) 112

Quick Links

Introduction Guides

Introduction guides (checklist for new-comers) are available from your personnel administrator. You get more detailed information from each section of the introduction tour. Below are just some of the safety documents.

EBC: Skyddsronder

Checklista för skyddsrond

Checklista för skyddsrond