Sisältöön Sivun ylälaitaan Sivukartta Palaute Tulosta




Arctic Smartness
Regional Council of Lapland
S3 and cluster development:

Kristiina Jokelainen
tel. +358 40 501 9856


Arctic Safety and Security

Arctic Development Environments


All the infographics, photos and Power Point presentation layouts used on this site are available free of charge in the
Lapland media bank.

After entering the media bank, choose "Infograafit" from top and then click "Arctic Smartness" from the menu on the left.

For PowerPoint slides, choose " Brändimateriaalit" and then click "Arctic Smartness from the menu on the left.


Arctic Safety and Security
Multidimensional Tourism Institute-MTI

R&D-manager Eila Linna


Safety not brought about in isolation

The aim of the Arctic safety cluster, or the Lapland safetynetwork, is to forecast and ensure the safety of citizens and the fluent running of business and trade. In Lapland, safety co-operation is carried out in everyday life, the mining operating environment, tourism and at sea.


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Lapland's geographical location, sparse population, nature conditions and, on the other hand, large numbers of tourists require safety risk management know-how and competence to operate in Arctic conditions. Established in autumn 2015, the Arctic safety cluster brings together companies, authorities, research and training organisations, cities and towns, and other organisations across Lapland.

The aim is to strengthen international networks and safety business opportunities of the Arctic region. Safety networking in Lapland has been recognized as a national and international good practice. The keyword in co-operation is network competence. 


Further informati on
Director of Development
Multidimensional Tourism Institute