Safety and Security

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Safety and Security

  • General Emergency number: 112
  • Non-emergency police: 11414
  • Non-emergency medical advice: 1177
  • Information during accidents and major crisis: 11313

    The security system

    Once you enter the house the security system will start to beep. The control panel to the system is to the left of the door, please enter the alarm code we sent you to disable the alarm. Please follow the instructions below to arm or disarm the system.

    To Disarm the system, press the top-left button (with the line crossing the shield) and enter the security code that we sent you. Once the code has been entered, the security system will turn off.

    To Arm the system, press the top-right button (with the checkmark on top of the shield) and enter the security code that we sent you. Once the code has been entered, the security system will turn on.

    To Raise an security alarm, press and hold the button at the bottom (marked SOS), this will immediately connect you to the security company, which you can communicate with using the in-house security system.

    You can raise an alarm on the security system console by holding down the bottom button labelled SOS. To call for the fire brigade, please call the emergency number 112.
  • Security Cameras

    There are also three external security video cameras that the security company can access for footage, and two internal cameras (not video) ones that the security company can access.

    Fire Extinguishers

    There is a big fire extinguisher located at the entrance of the house, there is also a fire blanket and a couple of smaller fire extinguishers in the kitchen in the bottom drawer below the coffee maker next to the refrigerator.

    First Aid Kit

    In the bathroom on the top shelf you will find first aid kit, pain killers, band aids and other basic medical supplies. There are also a tick removal kit, in case you get a tick bite during your stay.

    Security Gates

    There are a total of four safety gates for the youngest ones in the house.

  • At the top of the staircase, to avoid any accidents falling down the stairs.
  • At the bottom of the staircase, to avoid small children climbing the stairs.
  • At the bridge crossing over to Bedroom 3.
  • In the Bedroom 2 cabinet, this is a safety gate for the fireplace.