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Injury / Incident Reporting Procedures

There are different reporting procedures depending on the type of incident that has occurred. Please see the appropriate category below for details: 

Report an employee or work-related injury:

1. Notify your supervisor immediately.

 

 
2. Contact Workers Compensation and Ensure the injured party receives proper medical or first aid treatment. Workers Comp - 218-726-6827. St. Luke's Occupational Medicine, Essentia Health Occupational Medicine, or Health Services are the preferred providers. Contact Workers Compensation for additional information.
3. Call EHSO as soon as possible and verbally report injuries involving medical attention so an investigation can be conducted. Andy = 218-726-6730, Jean = 218-726-7273, Laura = 218-726-6971  
4. Complete First Report of Injury (FROI) within 8-hours and forward to Workers Compensation.  Click here to obtain FRI and submit electronically



Report a non-employee, student, non-work related or property damage incident:

1. Notify your instructor, TA, or a university employee immediately.

 

 
2. Contact Workers Compensation and Ensure the injured party receives proper medical or first aid treatment. Workers Comp will notify the Risk Management Department 

 Contact Workers Compensation for additional information.
3. Call EHSO as soon as possible and verbally report injuries involving medical attention so an investigation can be conducted. Andy = 218-726-6730, Jean = 218-726-7273, Laura = 218-726-6971  
4. Complete a Bodily Injury / Property Damage Incident Report and forward to Workers Compensation.  

Bodily Injury / Property Damage Incident Form



Report a biohazard-related injury (related to needle sticks, sharps, blood and body fluids, or anyone working under an IBC Protocol):

1.  Notify supervisor immediately. 
2.  Report verbally to EHSO at 218-726-7273 or 218-726-7139 and seek medical attention. St. Luke's Occupational Medicine, Essentia Health Occupational Medicine, or Health Services are the preferred providers.
3.  Complete the Institutional Biosafety Committee Incident Report and forward to EHSO. This can also be done via e-protocol. IBC Incident Report
4.  Employees also need to complete paperwork in the work-related injury tab. Work Related Injuries.
5.  Non-employees also need to complete paperwork in the non-employee injury tab. Non-employee Injury.