WHAT TO DO IN CASE OF STORM AND THUNDERSTORM
Don’t stand under trees in an open field.
Avoid taking shelter under scaffoldings, advertising stands, tents, canopies, sheds, light and small buildings, and power lines.
Don’t park your car under trees and any structures.
Don’t sit on concrete surfaces and don’t lean against concrete walls.
Avoid contact with any metal objects, appliances, bicycles, etc.
Take shelter in a building or car. If you have a car, find a safe place to stop and stay in it, don’t touch metal surfaces, and turn on emergency lights.
If you are in a forest, look for shelter in a lower place in the thicket under the trees.
If you are in an open field, take shelter in a lower place, for example, a valley.
Avoid being on hills, in an open field, or next to power lines.
If you are on the water, try to get ashore and immediately seek shelter.
If there are fallen trees, broken wires, an accident, or another incident, call the State Fire and Rescue Service on 112.
WHAT TO DO IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
In case of fire, immediately call the State Fire and Rescue Service on 112.
Tell them what and where is on fire and if / how many people have suffered. Answer questions from the operator and follow their instructions on further actions. Don’t finish the conversation first.
Without risking your life, try to extinguish the fire if a fire extinguisher is nearby. If there are people who have suffered, deliver them to a safe place and provide first aid.
WHAT TO DO IF MEDICAL TREATMENT IS NEEDED
If the injury is not life-threatening (scratches, bruises, feeling unwell, etc.) go to the Festival’s medical tents.
If the injury is life-threatening (an accident has happened, the victim is unconscious, has severe bleeding, etc.), immediately call 112. Briefly tell them what happened, and where it happened, answer questions from the operator, and follow their instructions on further actions. Don’t finish the conversation first.
Don’t be indifferent when you see people who need help. Your action can save lives.
WHAT TO DO AT THE FESTIVAL SITE
If you need help or don’t know how to handle a situation, turn to the nearest security guard of the Festival.
In case of an accident, turn to the nearest security guard of the Festival.
If a child is missing, go to the State Police tent. Don’t leave children unattended.
Always make sure your child knows your phone number – write it on the child’s clothing or give them a business card with your name and phone number.
If you are robbed, your belongings have disappeared or you have found belongings left unattended, go to the State Police tent.
Don’t leave your belongings unattended, lock your vehicle, and don’t bring valuable things into the Festival site.
Don’t damage any equipment at the Festival. If you see damaged structures, fences, electric cables, don’t touch them and inform the Festival’s Security Service!