(Approved by the Executive Director of Health Sciences Administration by authority of Executive Order No. 1)
Every accident, injury, or occupational illness that requires first aid or medical treatment, or that results in time loss must be reported within 24 hours, as follows:
Records of all occupational accidents, injuries, and illnesses are maintained on the Medical Centers Information Systems.
The University's Office of Risk Management maintains a log of all reported occupational injuries and illnesses that result in time loss or medical treatment beyond first aid (Workers' Compensation claims) and prepares an annual summary to meet the requirements of L&I. Copies of this summary are also posted in a number of work areas on campus. For more information on Workers' Compensation claims and benefits, contact the Office of Risk Management, 2065430183.
Accidents or health hazards resulting in the death, probable death, or hospitalization of an employee or student must be reported immediately to EH&S.
EH&S reports immediately to L&I each accident or health hazard that results in the death of one or more persons, or hospitalization of two or more persons.