If you suspect a head or spinal injury, DO NOT MOVE the victim unless there is an immediately life-threatening emergency.
1. Assess the situation:
2. Locate an Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) if one is
immediately available. The closest AED location is indicated on the
building's posted Emergency Plans.
3. To perform CPR if you are trained:
If a chemical burns the skin, follow these steps:
Minor chemical burns usually heal without further treatment.
You may not feel any effect from chemical spills, but it's
very important to wash quickly and thoroughly. Many chemicals can cause
severe tissue damage that is not apparent until hours later.
Seek emergency medical assistance if:
If you're unsure whether a substance is toxic, call the poison
control center at 800.222.1222. If you seek emergency assistance,
bring the chemical container or a complete description of the substance
with you for identification.