In case of emergency
- Call 112 and ask for: Ambulance / Fire department / Doctor / Police
- Tell your name and that you are at Kristineberg Center (previously Kristineberg Marine Research Station).
- Inform someone in the Crisis management group.
In case of fire
You are obliged to inform you of where emergency exits and fire extinguishers are located. Notices are posted in all the hallways and in the Education Buildings. If using the fireplace you must open the damper and start the fan. Smoking is prohibited in all buildings.
In case of fire
SAVE persons in immediate danger.
WARN others who may be threatened by fire.
ALERT call 112 or push any fire alarm button. See evacuation plan.
- where the fire is
- if there are people trapped
- who you are
EXTINGUISH the fire if you can.
FIRE EXTINGUISHER fire extinguisher (powder) and fire posts (water) are placed in the buildings
EMERGENCY ASSEMBLY POINT
Kristineberg: by the flagpole between Mässen and Stone Building
FIRST AID KIT is centrally located in each building
DEFBRILLATOR is available at the Reception, to the left inside the main entrance.
ON ALARM contact: Akademiska Hus, +46 10-5572400.
In case of failure on the property contact Akademiska Hus +46 10-5572400.
If you happen to lock up or lose your room key / access card, please contact the Reception during office hours.
Crisis Management Group
The Crisis management group leads and coordinates activities in case of serious accidents, fire or other major activity disruptions. Emergency Services have always overall responsibility at major emergencies. The Crisis management group at Kristineberg consists of:
Fredrik Gröndahl, station manager, Kristineberg, +46 8 790 61 58
Andrea Norder, station coordinator, +46 31 786 95 20
Hans Olsson, engineer, 031-786 95 14
Linda Svanberg, safety representative, +46 31 786 95 30
Simon Ungman, communications officer, +46 31 786 65 72
Maria Asplund, diving, +46 31 786 95 26
Ursula Schwarz, boats, +46 31 786 95 17
Outside office hours, you can contact the official on duty at the University of Gothenburg.