If a serious incident takes place, you must first alert the emergency services and then the NHH's duty telephone.
- Fire: 110
- Police: 112
- Ambulance: 113
- NHH's Duty telephone (24/7): 55 95 98 88
Anyone who discovers a fire or accident must notify the organisation's employees. The fire brigade, police and ambulance service should be called if necessary. In accordance with training, fire and rescue procedures are started and continued until the police/fire brigade arrive. First aid must be administered in the event of injuries. All employees shall follow the fire safety instructions.
Accidents resulting in serious injuries must be immediately reported to a doctor/paramedic, the police and to the local Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority office. Accidents and fires with electrical causes must be reported to the local electricity inspection board. In the event of injuries, an accident reposrt form must be sent to NAV.
- Emergency Preparedness Manager, Head of Property Management Eivind Drange, Mob. 920 55 249
- HR Director, Elise Kongsvik
- Deputy Rector, Stig Tenold
- Director of Communications and External Relations, Geir Mikalsen
- Director of Organization and Governance, Bjørg Marit Eknes
- IT Services Director, Thor-Inge Næsset
- Preparedness coordinator: HR Senior Adviser Sylvi K Larsen
- Rector Øystein Thøgersen participates in the Preparedness Management meetings in crisis situations if necessary.
Log keeper: Adviser Ann Helen Haugen
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