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The property is well-equipped with safety systems that ensure tenants, personnel and visitors can work in a safe environment.

In case of fire or other danger, follow these instructions:

  1. Rescue and/or warn people in immediate danger.
  2. Alert the fire department, police, or paramedics by calling the emergency response number (112) from a safe location. Inform the emergency response services where you are calling from, the location of the emergency (address and floor) and if there are people in danger. Do not end the call to the emergency services until you are given permission to do so.
  3. Try to extinguish the fire, if possible, while avoiding smoke inhalation – but please do not put yourself in danger!
  4. Evacuate through nearest exit or emergency exit and make your way to the assembly point that has been designated for your building.

If you should hear a fire alarm/evacuation siren even if it is not on your direct floor, you should evacuate in a calm and orderly fashion and make your way to the assembly point. The assembly point is located at Hugo Hammars quay, see attached picture below.

Do NOT use the elevators when you evacuate the building, use the staircases instead.


At Uni3 we have a fire and evacuation alarm system to ensure that in case of emergency or fire, everyone affected in the building will be alerted to this. There is a full-cover fire alarm and sprinkler system in Uni3 buildings.

It is important to know that the alarm is sequenced, meaning that only directly affected and adjacent areas will sound the fire and evacuation alarm and the reason for this is to avoid a mass evacuation of the building.

Below are details of how fire alarms function in different building in Uni3.

 

Uni3 Main Building 

 

Area DE

This part of building consists of 8 floors and floor 0 (basement), and the alarm triggers as follows:

Floor 0: When 1 or more detectors on basement level are triggered, the evacuation alarm will sound.

Floor 0,5–1,5: When 1 or more detectors on floor 0,5–1,5 are triggered, the evacuation alarm will sound. It will also sound if at least 2 detectors on floor 0 are triggered. In addition to the alarm sound there is also a spoken (voice) evacuation alarm, this voice tells you to evacuate both in Swedish and English. The spoken alarm is only available on floor 0,5–1,5.

Floor 2: When 1 or more detectors on floor 2 are triggered, the evacuation alarm will sound.

Floor 3–8: When 1 or more detectors on the floor are triggered, the evacuation alarm will sound. It will also sound if at least 2 detectors on the floor below are triggered.

 

Area ABC

This part consists of 14 floors, floor 0 (basement) and the Theatre.

The system in this part operates in the exact same way as the system in Area DE when it comes to how the fire and evacuation alarm is triggered on the separate floors.

The difference is the Theatre where there are both sirens and a spoken fire and evacuation alarm.

Floor 1: When detectors on floor 1 are triggered it only activates the evacuation alarm on floor 1 and the spoken evacuation alarm on floor 1 & 2 and within the Theatre.

Floor 2: When detectors on floor 2 are triggered it activates the evacuation alarm on floor 1 & 2 and the spoken evacuation alarm on floor 1 & 2 and within the Theatre.

The Theatre: When detectors in the Theatre are triggered it activates the evacuation alarm on floor 1 to 6, and the spoken evacuation alarm on floor 1 & 2 and within the Theatre.

If you should hear an evacuation siren or a spoken evacuation message, even if it is not on your direct floor. You should evacuate in a calm and orderly fashion and make your way to the assembly point.

 

Lynk & Co Building

At Lynk & Co we have a fire alarm system to ensure that in case of emergency or fire, everyone affected in the building will be alerted to this.

Alarm signals that are activated in the event of a fire alarm according to the following principle:

 

Alarm from 1 detector within floors 0–1 activates the alarm on those floors.

Alarm from 1 detector within floors 2–5 activates the alarm on those floors.

Alarm from 2 detectors will activate the evacuation within all floors

(Alarm button at the fire protection panel activates the evacuation alarms within all floors. To be used primarily by the rescue service)

 

Geely Design Building

At Design we have a fire and evacuation alarm system to ensure that in case of emergency or fire, everyone affected in the building will be alerted to this.

It is important to know that the alarm is sequenced, meaning that only directly affected and adjacent areas will sound the fire and evacuation alarm. This is to avoid a mass evacuation of the building.

 

Alarm from 1 detector within floor 0 only activates the evacuation alarm within floor 0

Alarm from 2 detectors also activate levels 1–3 and a spoken evacuation alarm.

Alarm from detector floor 1–3 activates evacuation alarm within floors 1–3 as well as spoken evacuation alarm.

Alarm from detectors within floors 4–4.5 only activate evacuation alarm within floors 4–4.5

Aspirations system is activated evacuation alarm within floor 1–4.5

Alarms in stairwells, lift, shafts and fire protection panels (BFT) activate evacuation alarms on all floors.

Alarm within the aspirations system in the light yard activates the evacuation alarm within floor 1–4.5

Detectors within stairwells and elevator shafts and alarm buttons at BFT activate evacuation alarm on all floors.

Elevators will move to the ground floor where they will remain until reset.


All elevators in the buildings are equipped with two-way-communication. By pressing the button for at least 3 seconds, you will be put in direct contact with the Alarm Monitoring Centre for assistance regarding elevators.

In every disabled toilet (RWC) there is also an emergency alarm. If pressed, a signal sounds outside the toilet and the Alarm Monitoring Centre will be alerted.


General areas (incl. garage, the Lobby, the Theatre and Geely story) are monitored 24/7.

External thermal cameras on the façade are used to prevent illegal actions. In case of an event, the Alarm Monitoring Centre can access live video and communicate via speakers without delay.

 

For privacy question, please refer to privacy page.


The buildings are protected by intrusion detection system. The system is divided into several “alarm zones” where tenant have options to arm and secure their own areas outside working hours. When an alarm is triggered, it is transmitted to an Alarm Monitoring Centre 24/7 and will be handled immediately.


If you lose your access card, please report it to the company reception or Front Desk on floor 1 as soon as possible.

If you find an access card, please leave it at the Front Desk.


For employer

  • When your employee, for some reason, quits working at Uni3, please make sure to offboard them correctly.
  • When you know that a person will quit, email your reception or front desk about the ending date so they can set an end date to their access.
  • Inform the person who is going to quit that they must return their ID-badge in the reception or front desk so they can delete the profile in the systems.
  • When a person change company within Uni3, you need to inform your reception or front desk.

 

For individuals

Please leave your ID badge to front desk on your last day in Uni3.

For any other things like IT devices, please consult your company for instructions.

 

Uni3 Front desk contact information

Phone: +46 102 04 06 50, e-mail: frontdesk@uni3bygeely.com.