To report sudden emergencies of this type on the Institute campus:
FIRST DIAL 911 from any campus, housing or personal telephone*
If an individual has stopped breathing or a heart attack is suspected, after calling 911
- WEEKDAYS: contact a nearby IAS staff or faculty member, or dial “0” for the reception desk
- EVENINGS OR WEEKENDS: call ext. 5460 from an Institute telephone to reach Public Safety while the 911 responders are in transit, or call 609 947-5490 from any telephone.
Every effort will be made to send an individual trained in AED/CPR techniques to the location of the disabled individual (staff and faculty have a list of those trained in AED/CPR).
*If you dial 911 in error, please do not hang up. Wait for the emergency dispatcher to come on the line and explain that it was a misdial. If you hang up before speaking with the dispatcher, Princeton Emergency Services will be obligated to send a police car to your location to investigate the call.
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