On travel

If you are in an area that has been affected by an accident or other incident get to safety and contact your next of kin.

Students hiking. Foto: Eivind Senneset/UiB
Students hiking. Foto: Eivind Senneset/UiB
Icon representing travel – An aeroplane

On travel

If you are in an area that has been affected by an accident or other incident get to safety and contact your next of kin.

Students hiking. Foto: Eivind Senneset/UiB
Icon representing travel – An aeroplane

On travel

In connection with all travel

  • Notify the emergency services if needed
  • Contact your next of kin. Keep them updated about how you are doing
  • Notify your place of study or work, or call your institution's emergency preparedness number
  • If necessary, contact your travel agency

When travelling abroad

  • Call the local emergency number when needed
  • Call the International Office at your host institution or their emergency number
  • In the event of serious incidents, contact the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on tel. +47 22 24 90 90, or send an e-mail to UDops@mfa.no
  • Contact the Norwegian Church Abroad on tel. +47 951 19 181 (staffed 24 hours a day)
  • Call your travel agency if needed
  • Contact your insurance company

Lost or stolen equipment

Lost or stolen equipment on travel

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