Workers' Compensation

Processes and Forms

In the event of a workplace injury, the first priority must be to seek medical treatment for the injured employee, if needed. All incidents of work place injury must be reported to the Office of Human Resources as soon as possible.

In an emergency, the employee should be referred to the nearest hospital or emergency room. Contact Campus Police if an ambulance is needed.

For non-emergency injuries, please contact the Office of Human Resources; the employee will be referred to a first responder as noted on the appropriate Medical Care Authorization Form:

Report Work-Related Injury

The following packet contains all necessary forms for reporting a work-related injury. These forms must be completed and submitted to Human Resources within 24 hours of the incident:

Workers Compensation Claim Packet 02-2017.pdf

For a quick overview of the appropriate process for filing a claim, please review the Workflow for All Workers' Comp Incidents On-the-Job Injury Paperwork Processs.pdf

Effective November 15, 2011, employees who suffer a workplace injury will be subject to post-accident testing under the University’s Workplace Drug Testing Policy.

Questions regarding Workers' Compensation claims should be directed to the Office of Human Resources.