Coronavirus in Norway
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In an emergency situation everyone can use a defibrillator and your efforts count! Get informed about the subject before an emergency occurs.
In case of cardiac arrest it is crucial to start cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) right away. In this moment you are the most important link in the chain that saves lives.
If the person is unconscious and does not breathe normally, call 1-1-3 and start with CPR.
Remember that when it comes down to it it is impossible to fail when using the device! When you turn the defibrillator on, a Norwegian voice will give you simple instructions and all you have to do is follow these.
OsloMet’s defibrillators are registered in a central defibrillator register, which means that there may be external inquiries if something happens nearby.
Defibrillators are located on the ground floor of the buildings, either at the reception or by the exit.
There are defibrillators in the following buildings:
The receptionist plays an important role in ensuring that help is provided quickly and efficiently. They must attend to the following important tasks: