Description

An emergency call is a call with a three digit short number of the emergency service selected by the caller: European emergency service 112; police, emergency call 117; fire, alarm center 118; Friendly Hand 143; ambulance, emergency call 144; telephone help for children and young 147. An emergency call can be done from a fixed, mobile or satellite network. The emergency call must be routed to the alarm center of the competent service according to the location and nature of the case. A region from which the emergency calls are routed to a precise alarm center is an intervention region. Each intervention region has a routing number. The map shows the intervention regions of Switzerland for the emergency calls 143 originated from a mobile network. The alarm center and routing number of any intervention region are identified when selecting the targeted intervention region.

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Identifier
c2c6114c-707d-424d-a860-ffe4e22330c6@bundesamt-fur-kommunikation-bakom
Issued date
January 1, 2014
Modified date
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Publishers
Bundesamt für Kommunikation
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https://www.bakom.admin.ch/bakom/de/home/das-bakom/organisation/rechtliche-grundlagen/vollzugspraxis/technische-und-administrative-vorschriften/sr-784-101-113-1-3.html
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