Report an Incident

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 - Danielle Holbeck 218-726-7161.  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
Rachael = 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 Workers Comp - Danielle Holbeck 218-726-7161 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
Rachael = 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 (218-249-6822), Essentia Health Occupational Medicine(218-786-3392), or Health Services (218-726-8155) 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 for work-related injury, above. Work Related Injuries.
5.  Non-employees also need to complete paperwork for non-employee injury, above. Non-employee Injury.