Pelastustoimi.fi - strong together
There are 21 rescue departments in Finland, which are managed by municipalities and which carry out rescue service duties in their regions. Rescue departments cooperate with other authorities and with local residents and communities in the prevention of accidents and maintenance of security. The goal of the Rescue Act is to enable individuals, owners and occupants of buildings, and business and industrial operators to prevent accidents within their living environments and activities, and to prepare for the limitation and avoidance of the losses and consequences of accidents. Everyone can create a safer life and environment through their own activities.
Security is co-operation!
EU’s common reserve of rescue equipment and medical supplies to be located in Finland – project budget EUR 242 million
More energy sector assistance and hospital supplies to Ukraine – the need for assistance will continue for a long time
Proposal for restructuring the education and training in Finland’s rescue services and emergency response centre operations sent out for comments
Funding for a pilot section of a fence on the eastern border, increasing the number of rescue workers and developing police ICT services
Pelastustoimi -reliable and efficient
Accident prevention, rescue operations, preparedness and civil defence form a coherent system in Finland that covers all types of incidents from daily accidents to major disasters. In the event of an accident or the threat of one, effective measures are taken to bring people to safety, secure vital functions and limit the impact of the accident.Read more about us