- Tell relatives or friends the route and plan of your journey
- Walk on marked paths and trails
- Take sufficient quantities of water with you
- Prepare adequate clothing and footwear
- Prepare mobile telephone devices
- Monitor weather forecasts
- Handle open fires carefully and in line with regulations
- Do not throw cigarette butts or flammable objects outside
- Check that you have undertaken all the necessary measures to prevent fire!
- Do not throw burning or inflammable objects into the environment!
- Observe signs forbidding the lighting of fires!
- Take care that your parked vehicles do not obstruct fire fighting vehicle approaches and access roads.
What should you do in case of fire?
- Immediately notify the fire brigade of the fire on the telephone number 112. Use a hand-held fire extinguisher (if one is available) and only attempt to extinguish the fire if doing so does not endanger you or others.
- Notify people in the area about the fire.
- FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN BY THE FIRE BRIGADE
Non compliance with fire protection regulations will result in the Ministry of Internal Affairs raising a violation report or imposing a fine on the perpetrator.
On the road
- Avoid traffic jams during the peak tourism season and driving at weekends and holidays,
- Be well rested when driving,
- Adjust your speed to the conditions on the road and the speed limits,
- In the event of a traffic jam, be patient and take sufficient quantities of water with you.
- In case of an accident or sea pollution, call 9155 (National Headquarters for Search and Rescue at Sea) or 112.
- Before setting sail, inform yourself of the weather forecast, especially for the Adriatic,
- While swimming, stay in sight of other swimmers,
- Inform family and friends of the approximate location in which you will be diving and mark the area appropriately,
- Moderate your exposure to the sun and use protective mediums
- Do not overestimate your own capabilities,
- Have sufficient quantities of drinking water with you.
- The protection of biodiversity is in compliance with valid EU regulations.
- With regards to swimming, the waters of the Croatian Adriatic Sea are of a high quality according to EU criteria.
In the event of environmental pollution, please phone 112.