• Contact Baylor Police at 710-2222 and tell the dispatcher that you require medical assistance.  Be prepared to provide the following information:
    • Location,
    • Type of injury
    • Number injured,
    • Is injured conscious?
    • Is injured breathing?
    • Is injured bleeding?
  • Do not move the victim unless it is necessary to remove them from a dangerous location or situation,
  • Do not approach people who have been injured by electrocution or toxic exposure unless they are clearly away from the hazard,
  • Stay with the victim,
  • If trained, use pressure to stop bleeding,
  • Use CPR/AED if there is no pulse and the victim is not breathing;
AED Locations                                                          
Robinson Tower - 1st Floor McCrary Music Building Neil Morris
Robinson Tower - 4th Floor SLC - Student Lounge area Mayborn Museum - Front Entrance
Hughes Dillard Alumni Center  SLC - Workout Room Mayborn Museum - 2nd Floor
Tennis Complex SLC - Health Center Wiethorn Visitors Center
Baylor Ballpark Penland Dining Facility Baylor Science Building - 1st Floor
Bill Daniel Student Center Truett Seminary Baylor Science Building - 2nd Floor
Ferrell Center NE Waco Hall Baylor Science Building - 3rd Floor
Ferrell Center SW Armstrong-Browning Library Baylor Science Building - 4th Floor
Ferrell Center (near training room) Baylor Police Patrol Car #3 Law School - 1st Floor
Ferrell Center (practice facility) Baylor Police Patrol Car #4 Law School - 2nd Floor
Athletics Portable Unit Baylor Police Patrol Car #5 Law School - 3rd Floor
Floyd Casey Stadium North End Zone Baylor Police Patrol Car #6 Law School - 4th Floor
Floyd Casey Stadium West Grandstand Baylor Police Patrol Car #7 Hankamer 1st Floor (Main Lobby)
McMullen-Connally Dining Baylor Police Patrol Car #8 Hankamer - 3rd Floor
Hooper Schaefer Fine Arts Center Risk Management Office Hankamer - 5th Floor
Marrs McLean Gym (HHPR) Moody Library Allison Indoor Football Facility
Marrs McLean Gym (HHPR Lab) Jones Library Equestrian Center

Personal Injury Procedures:

Clothing on Fire:

  • Do not run; drop to the floor and roll around to smother the flame or drench with water,
  • Obtain medical attention;  call 710-2222,
  • Report incident to supervisor and Baylor Police at 710-2222

Hazardous Material Splashed in Eye:

  • Immediately rinse eyes and inner surface of eyelid with water continuously for 15 minutes,
  • Forcibly hold eye open to ensure water wash reached under eyelids,
  • Obtain medical attention.  Make sure to take Material Safety Data Sheet(s) of the chemical with you,
  • Report incident to supervisor and/or Baylor Police at 710-2222

Minor Cuts and Puncture Wounds:

  • Vigorously wash injury with soap and water for several minutes,
  • Obtain medical attention,
  • Report incident to supervisor and Baylor Police at 710-2222.

Biological Spill on Body:

  • Remove contaminated clothing,
  • Vigorously was exposed area with soap and water for one minute,
  • Obtain medical attention,
  • Report incident to supervisor and Baylor Police

Workplace injuries, illnesses, incidents, accidents, sprains, or strains

  • No matter how slight, all workplace injuries, illnesses, incidents, accidents, sprains, or strains shall be reported in a prompt manner (within 24 hours) via the Incident Report Form.
  • Baylor University employees who are injured on the job may seek medical attention from a personal physician or at a medical facility of their choice. Employees who choose not to use their personal physician may contact Risk Management at 710-4586 for acceptable locations. 

Injured visitors, students, and non-employees

A form is available for visitors, students, and any non-employees to report accidents by completing Incident Report Form. If a fire occurs in your building:

If the accident involves a serious injury or death, immediately report the accident to Baylor Police at 710-2222.

Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogen


If an employee is exposed to a bloodborne pathogen (i.e. needle stick) on the job, the employee must be offered medical treatment within two hours of exposure. During normal working hours, the employee should seek post-exposure care at Concentra.  After normal working hours, employees should be directed to a local Hospital Emergency Room. 


In some cases, the attending physician may prescribe certain prophylactic medication. At that time, the injured employee should inform the physician that the injury is work-related and request enough doses to last until the next normal business working day. If the physician is unable to provide enough medication to last until the next normal business day, the employee should take the prescription to a local pharmacy, inform the attending pharmacist that the injury was incurred on the job, and present their employee ID card. The pharmacist will either fill the entire prescription or provide enough medication to last until the next business day when the worker’s compensation eligibility of the incident can be confirmed with Baylor University. The prescription should be filled or partially filled without incurring out-of-pocket expenses. Should the employee experience any difficulty in obtaining necessary medication, contact the Baylor University Risk Management office at 710-4586. After regular business hours, the employee should contact their supervisor or Baylor Police at 710-2222, who will then contact Risk Management. One of these contacts can work with the physician and/or pharmacy to obtain the necessary medication by verifying that the injury is work-related.