A physical emergency is an injury or situation that requires IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION.
In case of a physical emergency, follow these procedures:
Contact Public Safety (415.621.2395 in San Francisco or 510.385.1821 in Oakland) or Facilities (415.720.1170 in San Francisco or 510.594.3609 in Oakland).
Find or provide care until help arrives.
An acute psychological emergency is when the person is in psychological distress and poses an immediate risk.
Immediate risk occurs when:
The person presents an imminent risk of bodily injury to self, others, or the community. The risk is considered imminent when there is a weapon involved in the situation, when suicide or homicide is being threatened, and there appears to be intent to carry out that threat.
The person’s capacity to function is compromised and basic care of self or others is at immediate risk (current altered states of consciousness due to psychosis, severe anxiety or panic attack, severe catatonic state of depression, mania, or drug or alcohol abuse, and person seems out of control, etc.).
Psychological Emergency Procedures
1) Ensure your own safety. Do not endanger yourself or the community while attempting to help someone at risk.
2) Call 9-1-1
3) Refer to your department's psychological emergency protocol as applicable.
4) Notify Public Safety (415.621.2395 in San Francisco or 510.385.1821 in Oakland) or Facilities (415.720.1170 in San Francisco or 510.594.3609 in Oakland).
Remember, do not leave the individual until additional help arrives -- unless to do so would jeopardize your own safety.
A responsible adult will accompany/follow the student to the hospital in all psychological emergencies.
If the injured/sick person is a work-study student, faculty, or staff member, please notify your supervisor and Human Resources (x3683). Human Resources will determine whether the illness/injury is covered by Worker's Compensation.
Never use a personal vehicle to transport an individual in an emergency situation
For critical physical or psychological emergencies, immediately dial 9-1-1 for an ambulance or contact Crisis Support Services of Alameda County at 800.309.2131
In a noncritical situation, help find a family member or friend who can provide transportation, or contact Public Safety to set up transportation
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