WHAT TO DO IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY
FOLLOW THE INFORMATION
Follow the loudspeaker announcements!
The executive and fire departments will tell you what to do. Follow the instructions you receive from the loudspeaker.
Switch on the radio!
Reports of a serious industrial accident, the code of conduct and all-clear warnings are announced on regional radio stations. Radio Salzburg: 95.6 MHZ, Ö3: 88.6 MHZ, Antenne Salzburg: 106.7 MHZ
Pay attention to siren signals
Warning = 3 minutes
ALARM = at least 1 minute rising and falling wailing sound,
All-clear = 1 minute continuous sound.
Siren signals are used only in the event of a disaster alert by the authority.
Locate closed buildings.
Immediately go to a safe building for protection. Call children into the house immediately so that they are under supervision and do not react incorrectly due to ignorance.
Pick up passersby, help senior citizens and the disabled.
Allow passersby, senior citizens, and disabled persons who cannot safely reach their homes into the building.
BEHAVIOR IN THE BUILDING
Close windows and doors
Immediately close windows and exterior doors on every floor (including the basement) to keep gases out.
Get wet cloths ready
Irritation of the respiratory tract and impairment of breathing can be reduced by holding a wet cloth in front of the mouth and nose.
Do not block the telephone lines
Only call the police, fire department or other agencies in case of an emergency. The phone lines are needed to coordinate relief and rescue efforts.
Avoid basement rooms
Please do not go to the basement or leave the basement and go to the first floor, as higher rooms offer better protection.
BEHAVIOR IN CASE OF AN EVACUATION
Follow the instructions of the emergency personnel. Lock buildings to prevent looting.
In the case of health impairments
Contact your primary care physician or emergency medical services.