What should I do if I get injured at work?
If you are hurt or injured in the course of your duties, notify your supervisor immediately. The supervisor will assess the need for medical intervention, notify Human Resources, and fill out the Supervisor's Accident/Incident report. You will be responsible for completing an account of what happened using the Accident/Incident Report Form for Employees [pdf].
Please read and become familiar with the Employee Guidelines for Reporting Injuries (pdf).
What if I am the supervisor of an employee who is injured in the workplace?
Supervisors should immediately assess the situation and determine if the employee needs medical attention and follow up care. You are responsible for notifying Human Resources and completing the Accident/Incident Report Form for Supervisor [pdf]. You also are responsible for addressing any unsafe condition that led to the accident. Please read and become familiar with the Supervisor's Guidelines for Reporting Injuries.
What if I see another employee's accident?
If you or other employees actually witness a workplace accident, it is helpful to have your written account of what happened. Human Resources will ask you to complete a Witness Statement.