All emergencies must be immediately reported by calling 911. The caller must provide specific information about the type and location of the emergency.
- Dial 911
- Identify yourself
- State location of incident MRC, Room #
- In stating the incident, describe clearly so that the dispatcher knows exactly what services you need, i.e., Environmental Health & Safety, medical only or fire and medical.
- Do not hang up until after the dispatcher has hung up.
If cleanroom or building evacuation is required, pull the fire alarm.
Public Safety is responsible for responding to alarms and reported incidents. Public Safety notifies other emergency services as needed. Gas and chemical incidents are handled with the guidance of the Principal Investigator, and other trained cleanroom personnel if necessary. In the event none of trained personnel is available, the caller(s) in the emergency should identify themselves to emergency response personnel.