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Phone Security on 0191 227 3200 giving the location of Injured Person and details of the injury or illness. Security will contact the ambulance service and dispatch the nearest First Aider to the scene to assist.
Report the incident immediately to the Central Health & Safety Team on extension 0191 227 4100.
Minor injury or illness
Phone Security on 0191 227 3999 giving the location of the Injured Person and details of the injury or illness. Security will dispatch the nearest First Aider to the scene.
Complete the Incident Report Form and forward to the Central Health & Safety Team as within 24 hours.
First Aiders & Medical Professionals
Phone 9-999 and request an ambulance. Ask a colleague to inform Security on extension 0191 227 3200 who will assist and meet the emergency services.
How to report an incident on campus
To report an Environmental, Potential Fire Hazard, Hazard or Near Miss, Incident or Injury, Sports Incident or Injury, you should telephone the Health and Safety office on 0191 227 4100 immediately for further support.
How to report a near miss on campus
The prevention and elimination of incidents, injuries can only be progressed by reporting them. Letting a near miss, unsafe act, unsafe condition, or dangerous occurrence go unreported, provides opportunity for a serious accident to occur.
To report a near miss please notify the Health and Safety team .
Remember a NEAR MISS is an actual event which could have caused injury or damage to people, the environment or plant and equipment but did not do so. Near Miss Examples: Something just misses you as you walk by, a handbrake fails and a vehicle rolls backwards hitting a bollard.
A HAZARD is something with the POTENTIA L to cause harm if not controlled or removed. Hazard Examples- a slippery or uneven surface, a sharp edge, a leaking drum, a damaged or missing machine guard.
Personal details and Data Protection Act
Accident reports contain sensitive personal data. We have altered our reporting arrangements to comply with the Data Protection Act. As an employer, the University needs to know personal details about people who have been involved in accident, ill health and near misses that occur as a result of work, in order to comply with Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995 Act. In some cases, such incidents have to be reported to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). The procedure described above is intended to gather necessary information so that a report can be made to the HSE if necessary, while limiting access to personal details.
If an incident has occurred, and you are unsure whether you should report it or not, please contact the Health and Safety Office .
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What is an incident.
An incident is an event that results in or causes injury or damage to someone or something, or an event that has the potential to result in or cause injury or damage. The University responds differently to different types of incidents. Different people and processes are involved depending upon the incident type.
Employee Injury or Illness
Go to UCSB Workers’ Compensation to report work-related injuries or illnesses involving University employees or volunteers. Work-related injuries and illnesses must be reported to the campus within 24 hours of the University’s first notice of the incident.
Incidents Involving Students & Visitors
Go to 3 rd Party Incidents for information on how to report incidents that involve injury or damage to students, visitors, event attendees, guests, and other unaffiliated third parties who are on University property or engaged in University activities on or off campus.
Environmental Compliance Incident
Go to the campus Environmental Compliance Program to report (1) a release, spill, leak, and/or discharge caused by, University personnel and operations, or (2) a release, spill, leak, and/or discharge that has impacted University personnel, property, or operations.
Report a Hazard or Unsafe Work Practice
Go to the campus Hazard Reporting form to report hazards, unsafe work practices, or other conditions that have the potential to cause harm.
- Employee Injury or Illness - See Workers' Compensation
3rd Party Incidents
- Environmental Compliance - See Environmental Compliance Program
- Hazard Reporting Form
Use the Notice of Incident form to report incidents that involve injury or damage to non-UC employees, students, visitors, non-UC event attendees, guests, and other third parties who are on University property or engaged in University activities, including, for example:
- Exposures to a chemical, biological, or physical hazard, including hazardous fumes, gases, vapors, mists, particulates, temperature extremes, noise, biohazards, radioactivity, or intense light.
- Injuries and/or near misses.
- Damages to property not owned by the University.
- Auto accidents on University property that do not involve University vehicles or employees.
Reporting 3 rd Party Incidents
- Use the Notice of Incident to report the facts of the incident to the campus Risk Management office as soon as possible.
- The Notice of Incident report is a confidential document that is for the exclusive use of the University. It should not be shared with anyone except the employee’s supervisor and the Risk Management office.
- Complete the Notice of Incident as soon as possible, when it is easier to collect all the information and while details are still fresh in everyone’s mind.
- Incidents should be reported as soon as possible.
- Obtain contact information of individuals involved in incident and take photographs of the incident location.
- Obtain the names and contact information of any witnesses.
- If a student or visitor asks whom they can contact to talk about an incident, or indicates they want to make a claim against the University, advise them to contract the campus Risk Management office.
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We strongly encourage victims of sexual violence, sexual harassment, stalking and relationship violence to seek support and report the incident. The following reporting options are available to ASU students, faculty and staff who have been victims. We understand individual circumstance may determine if and how a victim chooses to make a report. A victim can choose to pursue one or more of these reporting options.
ASU Police Department
A criminal report can be filed with the ASU Police Department. Filing a police report does not obligate a victim or survivor to press charges against the assailant.
Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities
Incidents that include only students can be reported to ASU Student Rights and Responsibilities. Investigations include interviews, collection of relevant evidence, and both parties are notified of the investigation results. Student Advocacy and Assistance will provide additional support services during the investigation. Reporting to ASU Student Rights and Responsibilities can be done in addition to reporting to the police for criminal prosecution.
Office of University Rights and Responsibilities
Any incidents that include faculty or staff can be reported to the Office of University Rights and Responsibilities (URR). Reporting to URR can be done in addition to reporting to the police for criminal prosecution. File an incident report with the Office of University Rights and Responsibilities at 480-965-5057 or [email protected] .
Title IX coordinator
If you are unsure what to do in a situation where sexual misconduct may have occurred, you can contact the Title IX Coordinator . You can also file a formal complaint of Title IX sexual harassment with the Title IX Coordinator. View the ASU Title IX Statement for more information on policies and procedures related to Title IX.
Reports received through the hotline will be sent to the appropriate office for investigation and follow-up. Complaints that involve students will be sent to the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities. Complaints that involve faculty or staff members will be sent to the Office of University Rights and Responsibilities. Please note: anonymous reporting will limit the ability to investigate. For more information, visit audit.asu.edu/asu-hotline or call 1-877-SUN-DEVL (786-3385).
ASU is committed to the health and safety of our community. Victim-Survivors are not alone and we are here to help.
If you wish to have a confidential conversation, you can contact:
- ASU Counseling
- ASU Health Services
- ASU Victim-Survivor Services
- Employee Assistance Office
All of the reporting options are summarized on this Sexual Assault flowchart (PDF) .
See It. Hear It. Report It.
Report an Incident or Concern
Bowling Green State University is committed to community well-being and belonging. In turn, it is the responsibility of each person within the University community to take action when an issue or concern arises. Below are various forms to report concerns. Please call the Office of the Dean of Students at 419-372-2843 if you have a question about which form to complete.
If this is an emergency – someone’s health, safety and/or property is at risk, please call 911. These forms are not designed as an emergency response notification process, and staff typically review and respond to reports within one business day.
Student Conduct Report
Use this form to report potential violations of the Code of Student Conduct on or off campus involving students or recognized student organizations. Incidents include but are not limited to: alcohol misuse, drug use, violations of Residence Life or other campus policies, physical assault, organizational misconduct, disruptive behavior, or theft.
Student of Concern Report
Use this form to provide information about a student who is exhibiting behaviors that are of concern in relation to their personal (e.g., food or housing insecurity), physical or emotional well-being.
Use this form to report hazing information involving students, recognized student organizations, clubs, teams, etc. You can also call the BGSU Hazing Report Line at 419-372-HAZE (4293) to speak with staff from the Office of the Dean of Students 24/7. Any person required by Collin's Law to report knowledge of hazing must immediately report that information to a law enforcement agency in the county in which the victims of hazing reside or in which the hazing is occurring/had occurred.
Title IX and Sexual Harassment Report Concerning Students
Use this form to report incidents involving alleged misconduct by STUDENTS that involve sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking or retaliation.
Campus Climate Concerns Report
Use this form to report general campus climate concerns. Campus climate concerns can include actions that impact anyone in the community based on their identity (such as race, color, ethnicity, national origin, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability, age, or religion). Note: To officially report incidents involving allegations of discrimination or harassment based upon perceived or actual protected class, please submit the Harassment/Discrimination Report. To report violations of the BGSU Freedom of Expression Policy and/or Ohio Public Policy on Principles of Free Speech , please submit the Campus Free Speech Complaint Form.
Title IX and Sexual Harassment Report Concerning Employees
Use this form to report incidents involving alleged misconduct by EMPLOYEES that involve sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, or retaliation.
Use this form to report incidents involving allegations of discrimination or harassment based upon perceived or actual protected class.
Campus Free Speech Complaint Report
Use this form to report incidents involving potential violations of BGSU Freedom of Expression Policy and/or Ohio Public Policy on Principles of Free Speech .
Academic Honesty Violation Report
Use this form to report potential violations of the Code of Academic Conduct .
Religious Accommodation Complaint Form
Use this form to report alleged violations of the BGSU Policy on Student Religious Accommodations .
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Report the incident immediately to the Central Health & Safety Team on extension 0191 227 4100. Complete the Incident Report Form and forward to the Central Health & Safety Team as within 24 hours
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