Emergency Equipment on Bus and Train

 

All vehicles within the public transportation system are safe but absolute safety cannot be guaranteed. To ensure the maximum safety of all passengers, all modern buses and trains are equipped with various gadgets. Below you can find the emergency equipment and important information about their usage.

 

 

The First Aid Kit

Next to the emergency hammer is the first aid kit part of the emergency equipment of every vehicle. Taking away the kit for no reason is no trivial offence. It is considered as stealing and - more important - the kit might be needed in case of an emergency

 

 

 

The Fire Extinguisher

The fire extinguisher is part of the emergency equipment as well and can be a live saver in extreme situations. Please note that the fire extinguisher is no toy.

 

The Emergency Hammer

The emergency hammer is part of the emergency equipment. It is neither a souvenir nor should it be part of a dare. Stealing the emergency hammer automatically causes legal consequences.

Please note the positions of the emergency hammers after entering the vehicle and how the emergency exits can be opened with it in case of an emergency.

 

 

Emergency Exit through the Skylight

Shortly before the takeoff of a plane friendly flight attendance show you the various emergency exits - a familiar and indispensible "ritual". Even buses have emergency exits which are located in the roof - skylights. Please note the positions of the skylights after entering the vehicle and how the emergency exits can be opened in case of an emergency.