An exposure is defined as contact with broken skin, eyes, nose, mouth, other mucous membranes, a percutaneous injury with a contaminated sharp, or contact with an infectious agent over a large area of apparently intact skin.
SKIN Exposures: Immediately remove contaminated clothing and wash the contaminated area with soap and water for 15 minutes.
- If an injury is life-threatening or you need transport assistance, call 911.
- Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., seek treatment at University Health Services. Ask a co-worker to call ahead (609 258 5035).
- For exposures that occur during evening and weekend hours, contact the Department of Public Safety and request transport to the Emergency Room at Princeton Medical Center.
- Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., seek treatment at University Health Services
- For exposures that occur during evening and weekend hours, seek treatment at UHS on the next business day.
• Report all exposures to your immediate supervisor and Principal Investigator.
- Principal Investigators are responsible for reporting exposure incidents to EHS Biosafety.