Relevant Information for Working in Sweden
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How to get to ESS
Private vehicles and company cars are not allowed on the construction worksite. The parking area close to Odarslösvägen should be used for private vehicles and company cars. Only authorised vehicles are allowed into the construction worksite.
The maximum speed limit for the parking area and the worksite is 30 km/h. Engines should not be left idling (Lund Municipality allows not more than one minute).
Opening hours (reception): 08:00 - 16.30 (Mon-Fri)
Working hours (construction site): 06:00 – 19:00
ESS Site Access
Anyone visiting or working at ESS (offices or construction area) must sign in at the ESS Reception (please see image below)
An access card is needed to access both the construction area and the offices.
Please contact your ESS contact person to arrange an access card.
Depending on the purpose and duration of your access, you may be required to provide proof that you are authorised to perform work in Sweden.
Access to the ESS construction area is subject to the following:
Access cards must be worn at all times on the construction site, and Swedish regulations governing construction site work must be followed.
The ESS site is guarded by security personnel and monitored with the use of technical systems.
Everyone visiting or working at the ESS site must comply with the following site’s access rules:
Failure to comply with the access rules may result in the loss of access to the site.
You may be required to register for an ESS computer account in order to obtain access, receive training, or perform certain work on the site.
Your ESS computer account:
Logistics & Deliveries
Any equipment, instrumentation, or similar that companies intend to bring to use at ESS may need to be cleared, both prior to entry into Sweden and to verify approval/suitability for use at ESS. Where this is the case, companies should notify the relevant ESS Technical Contact, who will coordinate the process from ESS’s perspective.
There will also be certain requirements regarding delivery and entry to the ESS site, which is coordinated with the ESS Logistics Group via the ESS Technical Contact. If the correct entry/delivery procedure is not followed the equipment will not be allowed to enter.
All planned deliveries to site must be pre-registered and authorised in the delivery booking system at least 48-hours in advance (two working days). All deliveries shall be coordinated through the ESS Logistics Group. If the deliveries coming to site are oversized and require the use of the primary roads they must be coordinated with the Logistics Group.
In cases where the ESS site-based unloading service is required, companies should coordinate with the ESS Logistics Group.
For further information relating to logistics at ESS please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.