Procedures in cases of accident or danger

Here you can find basic operating instructions in case of a serious threat or danger to a person. All threats and dangerous situations must be taken seriously. If you notice a threatening situation or an accident that has already taken place, it is your duty to take action.

    Here you can find basic operating instructions in case of a serious threat or danger to a person. All threats and dangerous situations must be taken seriously. If you notice a threatening situation or an accident that has already taken place, it is your duty to take action.

    • Save yourself, if you yourself are in danger. Rescue those in immediate danger, provide first aid to those who need it and warn others , call out for others to help if you can.
    • Call the general emercengy number 112 in case of a sudden and serious emergency . Obey the instructions given by the emergency response centre and only end the call after you have been given permission to do so.
    • Notify the security staff (try in the following order) :
      • 0294 483007 tai 0294 483018 Services officers or
      • 0294 483035, 040-704 5670 Senior services officer or
      • 0294 484172, 040-515 4901 Security Manager
    • State what has happened, give your contact information and be available
      • When calling, provide the following information:
        • WHO you are and WHERE you are calling from
        • WHAT has happened
        • WHERE this has happened
        • WHAT KIND OF help is needed (are people in danger)
        • HOW ONE GETS to the place where it has happened

    After receiving the notification, the Safety Management Committee will take responsibility of the situation and organize any further activities.

    More info:
    - Operating instructions in case of accidents and emergencies
    - FSHS's (Finnish Student Health Service) Crisis help

    Last updated: 6.9.2017