Emergency call in case of threatening injury or illness
Emergency call at the University of Bremen: dial (01) 112, emergency call outside (also EU-wide): dial 112
Where did it happen? - Place of accident or emergency, as precise information as possible
What happened? - Brief description of the emergency/accident
How many? - How many injured/ill people need help?
What type of injury or illness? - e.g. chest pain, burning, poisoning, unconsciousness, broken bones, shortness of breath
Wait for questions - do not end the call yourself!
Additional message to the central control room via emergency number 07
Pointing the way for approaching rescue forces
Handling and reporting occupational, service and commuting accidents
Employees and students are covered by a complete care and compensation system for accidents at work, on the job and on the way to and from work by contract doctors of the accident insurance institutions.
For such accidents, it is therefore not your own general practitioner who is responsible, but an authorisedmedical examiner (with the exception of eye, ear and tooth damage) who issues a written report.
Every self-treatment of injuries in the context of work must be noted in the association book (first aid room, 1st floor MZH 1170) in order to be able to provide evidence of any necessary medical aftercare or late effects.
Accidents at work, at work and on the way must be reported immediately to the university via the FB3 administration. Reporting procedures and forms differ for students, employees and civil servants.