Injury Reporting

Employee Injury

Employee Injury Report Form

Supervisors should ensure that this form from the University Office of Risk Management is completed for all work-related injuries or illness involving activities for which campus persons are paid.

Public Injury

Public Injury Report Form

This form should be completed if a person suffers an injury during activities for which they are not paid.

Exposure to Blood or Other Potentially Infectious Materials

Exposure Report Form

This form should be completed in addition to the appropriate injury report listed above if there has been an occupational exposure to blood borne pathogens (BBP).

These reports should be completed regardless of where the injury occurred or whether the person received medical treatment. Contact the Claims Management Office at 217-333-1080, WorkComp@uillinois.edu, for more information on Workers’ Compensation.

Incidents Involving Recombinant or Synthetic Nucleic Acids

The NIH Guidelines require that any significant problems, violations, or any significant research-related accidents or illnesses involving recombinant or synthetic nucleic acids must be reported to the to the Office of Biotechnology Activities (OBA) within 30 days.  Appendix G of the NIH Guidelines specifies certain types of accidents that must be reported on a more expedited basis.  Specifically, Appendix G-II-B-2-k requires that spills and accidents in BL-2 laboratories resulting in overt exposure must be immediately reported to the OBA (as well as the IBC).  Contact DRS immediately for assistance.

An Incident Reporting Template and corresponding FAQ are available on the NIH website. 

Report of Injury or Exposure Regarding Lasers

Contact DRS immediately to report exposure or injury regarding lasers for assistance in completing and submitting the required reports to the Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA).

Report Exposure to Radioactive Materials

Contact DRS immediately to report exposure regarding radioactive materials for assistance in completing and submitting the required reports to the Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA).

Last Update: 7/26/2017