Accident Reporting

OSHA regulations require that certain types of injuries and associated information be reported and appropriate records maintained. The following procedures should be utilized in the event of any incidents resulting in injuries requiring treatment more extensive than first aid. Employees are also encouraged to record even those injuries that do not require treatment beyond first aid, although those reports should be forwarded directly to the OSHA Program Coordinator. Employees are also encouraged to report “near misses” to supervisors to aid in incident prevention.

 

Student Injuries (Non-Employee)

Student injury reporting should be addressed following these guidelines: Student Injury Reporting Guidelines.

 

Program Participant / Volunteer Injury Reporting (Non-Employee)

Program Participant injury reporting should be addressed following these guidelines: Particpant Injury Reporting Guidelines
 

Employee Injuries

In the event of a work-related injury, please see one of the medical providers recommended by your employer listed below and follow these important steps:
1. Report the injury immediately to your supervisor.
3. Select a medical provider from the following list for immediate care.
4. For additional providers, call CareWorks Consultants at 1-888-647-3815 from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00  p.m.