Department Safety Coordinator Training. Summer/Fall 2005. Welcome EH&S Associates. Topics Risk Management & Workers’ Comp Emergency Preparedness/ Emergency Management Open Forum. Workers’ Compensation Susan Johnston email@example.com x40136. YESTERDAY….
Injured UCSD campus employees were required to call the Workers’ Compensation office to report any work-related injury or illness, so the WC office could initiate the Report of Injury form.
Injured employees were also responsible
for informing their supervisor of the
Employees will NO LONGER call the Workers’
Compensation Office to report their injuries.
(They are still welcome to call with questions)
EMPLOYEES ARE TO:
Immediately inform their supervisor of the injury, and
Complete the Incident Report form and FAX the form
to the Workers’ Compensation Office within 24 hours.
If completion of the form by the supervisor or medical provider will delay the form being faxed to the Workers’ Compensation Office within 24 hours – THEN
Initially fax the front page of the form (Employee Section) (Required information is a bold)
And then fax the completed form ASAP!!!
While the Workers’ Compensation office is:
We will be in a state of flux and transition for a few months
complete the Employee Section of the form.
(If Employee is unable to initiate processing of Incident Reporting form, supervisor is to start the process and forward the form within 24 hours to the Workers’ Compensation Office.)
2. Supervisor completes the Supervisor Section
If no medical treatment is required at this time, the form is to be Immediately faxed to the Workers’ Compensation Office
If medical treatment IS required:
Employee should bring the form to the medical facility AND ask the physician to complete the MEDICAL SECTION
get form?? get treatment??
What if the injured employee needs to seek medical treatment, but is unable to obtain “the form” prior to seeking medical?
Go to Thornton Emergency Room and obtain medical treatment –
Obtaining necessary medical treatment is the
If employee is able to return to work
after receiving medical treatment…
All parties should complete the form and then
fax itIMMEDIATELYto the WC office
Employee is NOT able to return to work
after receiving medical treatment:
- September as Campus Preparedness Month
- Development of CERT
-Assist DSC’s with Emergency Action Plans
- Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) Training
- Scheduled for Tuesday, November 15th , 2005
I. Already Developed:
2. Hazardous Materials / Laboratories
3. Hazardous Materials / Shop
4. Bloodborne Pathogens
II. Current Priorities:
1. General Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP)
2. Back Safety
3. Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) / Lab Safety for Professionals (LSP)
4. Medical Provider Network Training
5. Fire Extinguisher Use
The Department Safety Coordinator (DSC) Certificate is intended to improve workplace safety culture by enhancing human relation skills and knowledge, and by exposure to a broad array of Environment, Health, and Safety courses. The certificate focus is development of essential, safety leadership competencies such as facilitating, communicating, planning, goal setting, problem solving, and decision making.
Safety coordinators are designated by the department or work unit supervisor, manager or principal investigator; please visit the related Blink page to find out more about safety coordinators.
Enrollment eligibility: You are eligible to participate in this certificate if you currently provide safety coordinator duties to your department/work unit, or if you desire to improve leadership skills and knowledge in the area of occupational and environmental health and safety.
Certificate requirements: If you enroll in the certificate program, you are expected to take these courses: