Incident Reporting & Management
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The University's Incident Reporting and Management Program provides the processes and tools for reporting and reviewing campus incidents. These tools give the ability to create and submit completed online forms electronically. Since the tools are dependent on the type of incident, the information below will help you choose the best form to meet your needs. If, however, you already know which form you need, please see the Incident Reporting Links section below for quick links to the appropriate form. If you have any questions or need assistance please call RMS at 631-5037.
Incident Reporting & Review
The University's Incident Reporting, Notification, and Review Program provides guidelines for reporting and reviewing campus incidents. Knowledge of work-related incidents, regardless of type, allows the University to identify workplace hazards and gaps in our safety and health programs. More importantly, this knowledge enables us to identify and implement corrective actions to prevent reoccurrence.
All employees are required to complete Incident Reporting training annually. The course, titled "Incident Reporting & Access to Medical Records" is available in eNDeavor.
Supervisors are required to be trained initially and every two years thereafter on conducting and documenting incident investigations. The course titled "Conducting Incident Investigations" is available in eNDeavor.
Incident Reporting Links
- Safety Incident Reporting Form - Report a work-related injury to a faculty/staff member, student, contractor, or temporary employee.
- Environmental Incident Report Form - Report the release of chemical, biological, radioactive materials, or petroleum products to the air, water, or ground.
- Good Catch (Near Miss) Report Form - Report a safety concern on campus or situation that could have, but did not, result in an injury or property damage.
- Investigation Complete Form for Safety, Environment, Good Catch - Used by individuals to document a completed investigation in the OnBase system.
- Investigation Approval Form - Used by individuals to approve an investigation in the OnBase system.
- Action Item Complete Form - Used by Action Item owners to mark an action item complete and to upload supporting evidence.