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- IN ALL LIFE-THREATENING EMERGENCIES, CALL 9-1-1
- UCLA EH&S Hotline for hazardous chemical and biological spills and injuries at (310) 825-9797
- When requesting immediate medical assistance, be prepared to give the following information:
- Location (building and room number)
- Closest entrance for responder
- Nature and extent of the emergency
- Your name and number from which you are calling.
- Severe emergencies
- Call 9-1-1 or visit the Ronald Reagan Medical Center emergency room
- Medical treatment (non-emergency):
- Do not move the injured person unless there is a serious threat in the current location
- If the individual cannot be moved, stay with the injured person until medical assistance arrives, if it is safe to do so
- If trained and necessary, initiate life-saving measures.
- Remove contaminated outerwear/accessories
- Flush exposed areas with water using a safety shower, eyewash or faucet for at least 20 minutes (use soap on skin for biological/blood exposure)
- Hold eyes open to ensure effective rinsing behind eyelids
- Seek medical attention (Call 9-1-1 if applicable).
- If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, please call 9-1-1 immediately.