How can I better prepare for exceptional situations in my home building?
Read the emergency plan of your home building

Safety is a right and obligation of all of us. An emergency plan has been drawn up for every SATO building, including yours. Make sure you read it to prepare yourself for a variety of situations that may take place in and outside your home.

The emergency plan of more and more SATO buildings is now available online. To find your building's emergency plan, enter your street address on For residents -page. You will find a link to the emergency plan under Building information.

If the emergency plan for your building is not yet available online and you have not seen the plan on paper, contact your building manager for a copy of the plan. The building manager is obliged to distribute the emergency plan on paper to all the apartments in the building.

We keep the emergency plans up to date so we recommend that you take a look at yours at regular intervals.

6 tips for fire safety in the home
  1. Your home must by law have a smoke alarm. Under law, you are responsible for getting one and testing and replacing the batteries. If you are asleep when there is a fire, the alarm gives you 2–3 extra minutes to escape from the apartment.

  2. Install the smoke alarms in the middle of the ceiling in each room (excluding kitchen and bathroom). One alarm for each 60 sqm of floor space is enough. Test the smoke alarms regularly: make testing them a new routine task alongside cleaning.

  3. Keep the cooker and its surroundings tidy. Never store anything on top of the cooker. If you have children or pets, you should get a knob cover preventing the cooktop or oven being turned on accidentally.

  4. Place all light fittings safely: make sure lamps cannot fall onto items such as a sofa or bed. Be extra careful with halogen lights that can get very hot.

  5. Only use the sauna for bathing. Never store any non-sauna items or dry laundry in the sauna. If the sauna stove switches on due to a technical fault or other reason, the consequences may be lethal if there are materials that may catch fire near the stove.

  6. Make sure you put candles in safe places where they cannot fall over. Never leave a burning candle unattended. Outdoor candles or torches must not be burnt on the balcony, and smoking is only permitted in areas designated by your building’s rules.