It is of utmost importance to inform the staff at MCH Messecenter Herning in case of an emergency and in case you have called an ambulance:
|Phone||+45 9926 9926|
|Operations manager||+45 9926 9866|
|Organizer's Office||+45 9926 9858|
MCH has several defibrillators, see their locations on the map.
As an exhibitor, you must comply with all instructions from the fire authorities.
In all contexts, it is the exhibitor's responsibility to obtain any necessary approvals. If you have any questions, please contact Technical Service Center.
The following is NOT permitted:
The Danish fire authorities have streamlined the regulations for all trade show venues in Denmark with the result that the same set of regulations must now be complied with throughout the country. Herning Kommunale Beredskab municipal emergency services therefore requires MCH Messecenter Herning to comply with the following regulations with regard to open fires/naked flames on display stands.
Use of open fire at exhibitons stands in MCH Messecenter Herning:
There is no need for extra fire-extinguishing equipment:
Operational regulations, point 6.6
Handheld fire extinguishers must be in compliance with the Danish Working Environment Authority’s Executive Order no. 743 of 23 September 1999 concerning the manufacture of pressure equipment that implements European Parliament and Council of Europe directive no. 97/23/EF.
Handheld fire extinguishers must comply with the requirements contained in EN 3 concerning extinguishing capacity, with the provision that:
Handheld fire extinguishers that have been lawfully put into use and comply with the requirements contained in DS 2120, or a similarly recognized standard concerning extinguishing capacity, may however continue to be used subject to the following conditions:
T: +45 9926 9866
If a situation arises in which an ambulance is needed or an ambulance is already called, please make sure that MCH staff is promptly notified - or contact the main number: +45 99 26 99 26. Then we have the best conditions for guiding the ambulance as quickly and safely as possible from the gates to the hall.