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An electronic rescue plan deployed at Aalto University

Aalto CRE and Aalto University have deployed an electronic rescue plan (PELSU) for the properties they own.

Properties where Aalto University is the main tenant have also been included. This rescue plan replaces earlier rescue plans of properties. Users can choose Finnish, English, Swedish, or Russian as the display language.
 

Each student and employee of Aalto University has the right to view the rescue plans:  

https://aalto.pelastussuunnitelma.fi/kirjaudu-sisaan/

User ID: [email protected]

Password: ACRE2017

 

The link opens a list of properties, for which a plan has been created or will be created in the near future. You can view a property-specific plan by clicking the property name.

You can get a building-specific link from the safety manager of the property, if necessary. Links to the rescue plans are already working, but some information in the rescue plans is still being completed.

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