Environment and safety
Campus Ekonomikum will be safe, secure and sustainable for all employees, students and visitors. Uppsala University’s and Ekonomikum’s environmental work concerns all employees and students, and it is therefore highly important how we act at individual level and that you keep yourself updated.
Defibrillators | First aid | Fire and evacuation | Waste management | Contacts for environment and safety | Environment and safety at Uppsala University
Defibrillators are available at several locations in Ekonomikum. Find defibrillators at Ekonomikum via the indoor map Mazemap:
First aid equipment such as adhesive plasters, bandages and wound cleanser wipes are available at the reception at Ekonomikum.
Fire and evacuation
Knowledge of your workplace and study place at Ekonomikum, as well as the house and escape routes, can be crucial in a crisis situation.
Keep up to date by studying the evacuation plans you will find adjacent to all stairwells and exits. On the evacuation plan, you will find, among other things, information on what to do in the event of a fire and where evacuation routes and assembly points are located.
Properly sorted, the waste becomes a valuable resource that is used for new products or energy. This reduces energy consumption and reduces the use of natural resources. Help by sorting your waste in the sorting furnitures (sorteringsmöbler) available at Ekonomikum.
Contact persons environment and safety
Contact persons for questions about environment and safety at Ekonomikum:
- Director: Fredrik Sandgren
- Safety / Campus manager: Peter Götlind
- Fire protection: Peter Götlind
- Environment and waste: Daniel Skogsberg
- Principal safety representative: Ann-Kristin Lindberg
- Call SOS Alarm 112
- Inform at the University emergency number 018-471 2500
- Meet rescue vehicles – show the way for rescue services and police
- Evacuate if necessary
Environment and safety at Uppsala University
Environment and safety at Uppsala University concerns all employees and students, and it is therefore highly important how we act at individual level.
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