Falck has business activities in 45 countries on six continents.
In 19 countries Falck provides ambulance services to the general public in close collaboration with the authorities. Operating more than 2300 ambulances, Falck has the world’s largest international ambulance fleet. And with fire-fighting services in several countries worldwide, Falck is also the world’s largest provider of fire services.
Globally, Falck is a leader in rescue and safety courses, especially for staff in the off shore and maritime sector. At 32 training centres in 20 countries on five continents, Falck trains clients to take care of themselves and their colleagues.
In Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Estonia, almost two million subscribers – among these 100,000 public institutions and business enterprises – count on Falck to assist them within the areas of roadside assistance, travel, health and safety.
Falck is Scandinavia’s largest provider of occupational health solutions and provides three million people with healthcare services. People in Latin America, Europe and Asia also benefit from Falck’s healthcare services.
All these activities are built on a fundamental vision that Falck consists of people helping people. Falck’s employees respond when accidents occur; they train people in taking care of themselves and the people around them; they fix cars that won’t run and they relieve pain of the body and soul. Thus, empathy and determination is part of all Falck employees’ DNA.
For more than 100 years, it has been Falck’s mission to prevent accidents, disease and emergency situations, to rescue and assist people in emergencies quickly and competently and to rehabilitate people after illness and injury.
Based on this mission, it is Falck’s vision to develop a major international organisation working within assistance, emergency, healthcare and safety services.