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Where to call in an emergency

Police, fire, ambulance – in an emergency call 112


 Burglary, theft or vandalism

Working hours Local security manager  
After working hours

University contact number for incidents

031-786 1755

Burglary theft or vandalism shall be reported in the incident report system GURIA. 


Bomb threats: Call the police (see above)
Other threats (telephone, letters, etc.): Alert your Head of Department and the Security Officer of the university

Building malfunctions and damage

Malfunction report to Akademiska Hus (in Swedish)

Emergencies during office hours Owner or manager of the building  

Emergencies after office hours

through SOS alarm

031-786 1755

Elevator alarm Emergency numbers are posted by the elevators  


See also Arbetsmiljöhandboken (in Swedish)

Posom-groups (community based contigency groups for psychological and social care in disasters) can be reached via the University of Gothenburg's official on duty (jourhavande tjänsteman).

Occupational health service Previa 0771-23 00 00
Student health care Akademihälsan 031-10 69 70
University Chaplains in Göteborg    

Emergency information

Regional Health Care Information 1177
The Swedish Poisons Information Central 010-45 66 700
The Work Environment Inspection (Arbetsmiljöverket) 8.00-16.30: 010-73 090 00
After working hours: 08-73 71 555

First Aid

See arbetsmiljöhandboken (in Swedish)

Police and Fire&rescue service

Västra Götaland regional police 114 14
Göteborg and Mölndal fire & rescue service 031-33 52 600
Fire & rescue service, Lysekil
Rescue operations
Switchboard: 010-16 15 500
010-16 15 501
010-16 15 502
Fire & rescue service, Strömstad
Rescue operations
0526-19 101 (daytime)
0706-45 54 48
0706-06 14 78

Press and information

Head of communications Anette Norberg  031-786 1062
Press officer Ulrika Lundin  031-786 6705
Communication officer Ann-Charlotte Hansson Schützer  031-786 6390


Page Manager: Monica Havström|Last update: 2/4/2019

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