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INCIDENT REPORTING PROCEDURE Health and Safety, Human Resources
 

Summary: INCIDENT REPORTING PROCEDURE
Health and Safety, Human Resources
Call 585-4999 immediately for all situations
as outlined in the Emergency Response Procedures Manual.
Incident Reporting
Any incident that involves injury to a person or damage to property, or had the potential to do so, must be
reported to Health and Safety, Human Resources, within 24 hours of occurrence. The University of
Regina's Incident Report form must be completed for every incident, even if there were no injuries
sustained. If the injured person is a student or visitor to Campus, the report form must still be completed.
Injured employees must also notify their supervisor and if eligible complete a Workers' Compensation
Board (WCB) form.
Purpose
The purpose of incident reporting and investigation is to prevent a recurrence of the hazardous condition
causing the event. It also ensures that the University meets regulatory requirements.
Information for Employees/Supervisors/Managers
If an employee suffers an injury while at work:
1. If immediate medical attention is required, call 911. Do not transport injured persons to the
hospital call 911 for an ambulance. Otherwise, seek medical attention as required.
2. Employees must report the incident to their supervisor immediately or as soon as possible.
3. The supervisor must call Campus Security (585-4999) immediately.

  

Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina

 

Collections: Mathematics