About the campaign Crisis Preparedness Week, 11–17 May 2020.
The Crisis Preparedness Week was initiated by the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB) to increase risk awareness and crises preparedness of population, and make the municipalities develop measures to communicate about crisis preparedness to their inhabitants.
The brochure If Crisis or War Comes describes how those of us who live in Sweden can become better prepared for the consequences of serious accidents, extreme weather, IT attacks or military conflicts. The broschure and futher information is found on the website dinsäkerhet.se and provides general, up-to-date, useful information on safety and preparedness, aimed at private individuals.
The broschure is translated into 16 different languages. Sweden’s five official minority languages: Finnish, Yiddish, Meänkieli, Romani Chib (Arli), Sami (North, South and Lule Sami), and a number of other common mother tongues or second languages: Arabic, Dari, English, French, Persian, Russian, Somali, Spanish, and Tigrinya.
The information in the brochure is also available in simplified Swedish. This means that the writing has been simplified compared to the original. This version can be an alternative for people with basic Swedish skills or persons with reading and writing difficulties. The information is also available in sign language, recorded in simple Swedish and English, in Braille and as a CD.
112 In an emergency situation that requires the immediate assistance
of an ambulance, the fire and rescue service or the police.
113 13 To provide or obtain information about serious accidents or
114 14 All police matters that are not about crimes or incidents that
1177 Healthcare advice.
Dinsäkerhet.se - More detailed information about the contents of this brochure.
Krisinformation.se - Emergency information from Sweden’s public authorities collected in one place.