Breadcrumb About Plan Your Visit Emergencies Emergency FAQ Main navigation Emergency FAQ There is a disruptive person in my work area. What should I do? Please see the Unwanted Person page. My car was broken into. What should I do? Please report the incident to Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S). Where should I report an injury? If you are experiencing a life threatening emergency, please call 9-1-1. For all other injuries, please report to Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) and your supervisor immediately. You can reach EH&S at (310) 825-9797 (option #3). I think I smell a chemical substance in my lab. What should I do? Please see the Hazardous Gas Leaks page. My lab has a flood. What should I do? Please see the Flood page. Where can I find the campus evacuation map? You can find the map on the Emergency Resources page. My lab equipment is malfunctioning. What steps should I take to troubleshoot? Before handling equipment, please contact the equipment vendor. Who should I contact if I have an urgent need for resources? Contact Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) for assistance at (310) 825-9797 (option #3). Where can I find procedures for building evacuation? Please check your Emergency Evacuation Plan (EAP). My research material was compromised. Who should I contact? Contact your supervisor. If research material was digital: Contact DGSOM Information Technology (DGIT). Where can I find mental health resources on campus? UCLA provides counseling, assessment and referral services to faculty, staff and immediate family members as well as management consultations and coaching to department managers. Campus Human Resources, Staff and Faculty Counseling Center Phone: (310) 794-0245 | Fax: (310) 794-0251 | Mail Code: 145748 Address: 10920 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 380 Los Angeles, CA 90024-6504 Office Hours: Monday – Friday: 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. | Saturday and Sunday: Closed Evening and early morning appointments are available upon request. External Resource for Grief Counseling. You can find additional information on the UCLA Campus Human Resources Counseling and Consultation page.