If someone is injured or otherwise suffering from a medical emergency:
- DIAL 911.
- DO NOT move the person unless there is a threat to life by leaving them.
- If trained to administer first aid, such as bleeding control and CPR, do so.
- If possible, avoid contact with body fluids.
- If exposed to suspected infectious materials, notify an emergency responder upon their arrival.
- Remain with the person until help arrives.
- If possible, send someone else to meet emergency responders at the street.
If someone is unresponsive:
- Start CPR if trained to do so.
- Have someone DIAL 911 immediately. If no one is available, DIAL 911 yourself then resume CPR immediately.
- Send someone to retrieve the nearest automated external defibrillator (AED). Continue CPR until the AED arrives.
- Open the AED cover and follow the directions. The AED will walk you through either continuing CPR or delivering a shock if needed.
- Continue to utilize the AED and stay with the person until help arrives.
- See the online campus map for locations (Click on "Placemarks" and then "Defibrillators (AEDs)").
Last Updated: Mar. 20, 2015