In the event of a medical emergency:
- Call 911 and Call Campus Safety 24 hour Dispatch 443-423-3333.
During a life threatening/injury (e.g. cardiac or respiratory arrest, loss of consciousness, asthma, etc.):
- Call 911 and then Campus Safety and give them the following:
-Number of injured/ill and condition.
-Your name, location, and phone number.
-Any care being given to the victims.
-Care for the victim(s) to the level of your training. If you are not trained, stay with the victim(s) until help arrives.
-Contact Campus Safety (443-423-3333) if they have not already arrived on the scene.
-Stay on line until EMS hangs up. Remain at the scene until victim(s) have been transported and you have answered all questions from EMS regarding the victim(s).
- Alcohol poisoning can be fatal. Do not allow someone who has drank too much to “sleep it off.
- Stay beside the person and call Campus Safety at 443-423-3333 or 911 (9-911 from campus phones) immediately if the person:
-Cannot be roused.
-Is incoherent and is vomiting.
-Has cold, clammy skin.
-Looks bluish or pale.
-Has taken other drugs with alcohol.
-Has a head injury.
Automatic External Defibrillators are located in the following buildings/locations:
- Student Health Clinic
- MICA Fitness Center
- Bunting Center, near Postal and Print, and directly behind the Campus Safety desk
- Fox Building, directly behind the Campus Safety desk
Work Related Injuries/Illness
- Seek medical attention as required.
- Notify Campus Safety, who will provide necessary documentation to the EHS office, and Human Resources for Workers' Compensation.
- Report the injury/illness to your supervisor and Campus Safety. Human Resources track all employee first-aid injuries.
- If you require immediate medical attention:
-Call 911 for life threatening injuries (loss of conscience, loss of large amounts of blood, slurred speech, etc.)
-Contact Campus Safety (443-423-3333). Campus Safety will assist with transport to Health services on campus or to a hospital, as needed, for non-life threatening injuries.
-Be cautious of blood-borne pathogens.