Soon warning receivers for workplaces will arrive
You will soon receive a warning receiver because you are working in a precautionary action zone, close to one of Sweden's three nuclear power plants. All properties within about 25 kilometres of a nuclear power plant must have a warning receiver. It is part of your emergency preparedness.
The warning receiver will be delivered directly to your business in a package from PostNord. Distribution will begin in the fall and continue during the last quarter of 2023.
- The warning receiver is free of charge.
- It is easy to install - just plug it into the power socket.
- The warning receiver belongs to the property. If the business moves, it should be left behind.
- The warning receiver is being tested at 19.00 on the first Monday of March, June, September and December. You do not need to be on site or do anything while the warning receiver is being tested.
- A user manual in Swedish is included in the package. Please read it. It includes information about the test.
The warning receiver is distributed by the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB) in collaboration with the County Administrative Board. It is sent both to residents and holiday property owners and directly to entrepreneurs and businesses within the precautionary action zone.
Install the warning receiver as soon as possible!
Do you still have the iodine tablets that were sent out last year? Contact the County Administrative Board if you don't.
For more information or support, please contact the County Administrative Board (Länsstyrelsen) in your area:
Latest reviewed: 13 October 2023