Lake Campus Emergency Action Plan

Medical Emergencies

  • DO NOT move a seriously injured person unless in a life-threatening situation.
  • Remain with the victim, if possible. Send someone else to call 911 and to wait for emergency response personnel at the main entrance.
  • Only render first aid based on your level of training.
  • When emergency response personnel arrive, provide the following information:
    • Location of victim
    • Description of injury or illness
    • Victim's present condition
    • Medical history, if known
    • Your name and telephone number

Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Use

An AED is a computerized medical device that uses voice prompts, lights, and text messages to tell you the steps to take.

It can:

  • Check a person's heart rhythm.
  • Recognize a rhythm that requires a shock.
  • Advise the rescuer when a shock is needed.

If you use an AED

  • Follow the instructions on the AED.
  • Follow the steps under Medical Emergencies.

NOTE: If an AED is removed from its mounted location, an alarm will be activated.

AED Lake Campus locations:

  • Andrews Hall near faculty elevator.
  • Dwyer Hall inside cafeteria near north doors.
  • Trenary Lab inside Library by north entrance.