Information for participants

What will the weather be like? Who do you call if you need help? And how do you say "thank you" in Norwegian? Get your facts here.

Welcome to Norway and exercise Trident Juncture 2018! We are pleased to have you in our country.

On this site you will find useful information about weather, contact points and tips on how to cope with cold weather. We also provide you with some fun facts about Norway – and some useful Norwegian phrases to impress the locals with. Enjoy your time in Norway, and happy exercising.

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EMERGENCY NUMBERS

Norway has three different emergency numbers, all free of charge:

Fire, accidents and serious pollution: 110
• Police – immediate assistance: 112

Ambulance and medical assistance: 113

OTHER USEFUL NUMBERS
Other public service numbers that can come in handy:

Police service number for non-urgent matters: 02800
• Emergency room for urgent healthcare
: 116 117
• Public 24-hour information on road conditions: 175

TIME
Current time in Norway is European Central Summer Time (CEST, UTC+2). In 2018, summer time (daylight saving time) ends at 03:00 AM on Sunday 28 October, which is during the exercise. At 03:00 AM, the clocks are set back one hour to 02:00 AM.

ELECTRICITY
In Norway, the standard voltage is 230 V and the frequency is 50 Hz. The power sockets are types C and F (europlug). Britons need a power plug adapter, while participants from Canada and the USA will need a combined power plug adapter and voltage converter.

Published 13 July 2018 13:56.. Last updated 26 September 2018 15:38.