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Räddningstjänsten Syd

Leading the way towards an accident-free society.

Welcome to the Fire and Rescue Service for the municipalities of Burlöv, Eslöv, Kävlinge, Lund and Malmö. You will find information in English on this site by following the various links in the left-hand menu.

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Räddningstjänsten Syd works to ensure a safe and secure society and is available to you 24 hours a day, every day.

Our job is to prevent accidents and to quickly and effectively perform rescue operations of various kinds.

We attend fires, drownings and road traffic accidents, and we deal with storm damage, landslides, chemical accidents and hazardous emissions. We also work on community planning, organ transport, fire safety inspections and issuing permits for flammable and explosive goods.

We help the individual* to take responsibility for life and safety through training, information and advice for the public, organisations and businesses.

Today, we have around 500 employees working in over 40 different professional areas.

We are active across the whole of our geographic area, working out of the various stations in our member municipalities, together with other actors.

* The term ‘individual’ includes everyone who lives, works, stays and travels in our municipalities.It also includes the businesses and organisations in these municipalities.Ultimately, it is these individuals and organisations that we work for.

Contact us

Postal address

Räddningstjänsten Syd

Box 4434

SE-203 15 Malmö

Sweden

Telephone switchboard: +46 46-540 46 00

E-mail:info@rsyd.se
E-mails sent to this address will be handled during office hours.

In the event of an emergency, call 112. For information relating to major incidents and crises, call 113 13.