The organizer does not provide any medical, travel or personal insurance. The participants are expected to cover the costs of any medical expenses incurred in Poland.

Therefore, it is highly recommended that participants should have an insurance policy covering medical expenses in Poland and elsewhere during their travel. The participants requesting an entry visa will also be required to submit the proof of medical insurance. EU citizens should have the European Health Insurance Card. 

The organiser will not accept any liability for damages and/or losses of any kind, which may be incurred by conference participants or by any persons accompanying them during official events.

 Emergency numbers 112 is your life-saving number! 112 is the European emergency phone number, available everywhere in the EU, free of charge. You can call 112 from fixed and mobile phones to contact any emergency services: an ambulance, the fire brigade or the police. In Poland 112 calls are answered by the Fire Brigade and Police.

 General emergency number - 112 

 Police - 997 

 Fire Brigade - 998 

 Ambulance - 999 

Please note: the numbers above should be used only in cases of emergency - never to obtain tourist information. 

 The list of 24-hour pharmacies is available here and information on hospitals can be found here

 Country code for calling Poland: +48 

In any emergency regarding difficult situation feel free to contact Emergency Tourist Helpline (open all-year 08:00-18:00 except Jun - Sep 08:00 - 20:00). Emergency Tourist Helpline (provides the tourist information as well as aid in emergencies, e.g. connected with lost documents, finding urgent medical treatment, road assistance, etc.):  

+48 22 278 77 77,  +48 608 599 999


Electricity in Poland is 230V
Electrical outlets in Poland are 2P+Z type