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Fire instructions


a. Heating and use of electricity

The building contains a fireplace and electric wall heaters. The basement floor is heated (heating cables). Use of own ovens or any other heating devices that are brought into building is strictly prohibited since it can cause serious damage (overloading) to the electric system.

b. Use of fireplace.

Only provided firewood that is available in the building can be used in the fireplace. Ignite the firewood using the provided ignition briquettes. Do not use gasoline, lighter fuel or other flammable liquids, or similar methods to ignite the firewood. Never leave clothes hanging above electric wall heaters, above the fireplace or inside the sauna to dry. There are drying racks available that can be used for drying wet clothes. Turn off the infrared sauna after use. Use lit candles and the fireplace with caution, and make sure that they are all put out before you go to bed/is not present. Use only provided tea candles and their associated containers/candle sticks.

c. Use of appliances.

Turn off the washing machine, dishwasher and stove before leaving the building. The kitchen fan, which is located above the stove, must be closed. Make sure all appliances are turned off before you go to bed.


a. Fire alarm.

A fire alarm will sound in case of a fire. Evacuate the building immediately using the nearest available fire exit. A fire alarm will automatically notify the host, who will call the fire department.

b. Fire exits and escape plan are found on page 2.

c. Routines and procedures in case of a fire alarm (evacuation).

Evacuate the building immediately in case of a fire. Avoid bottlenecks, follow the exit signs and use the nearest available escape route and emergency exit. Make sure all visitors are notified and accounted for. If there is time, close doors and windows behind you, and if possible, the fire can be fought using fire extinguishers that are available on each floor.

d. Fire extinguishers - placement and use.

There are fire extinguishers and emergency exits on all floors in the building. Make yourself familiar with these on your arrival. Avoid blocking emergency exits and/or fire extinguishers with your luggage, or similar. Emergency exits must always be free of obstacles and available for use. Escape routes are available and clearly marked with signs on all floors.

e. Notification procedure.

A fire alarm will sound in case of a fire. A fire alarm will automatically notify the host, who will notify the fire department. Make sure all visitors are notified. Take responsibility and help people that are injured or otherwise need your assistance during evacuation. In case of injury, call health personnel (113 for medical emergency) and start first aid if needed. Make sure that the street is free of cars/obstacles and that the building is easily accessible for fire trucks, police and ambulance.