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Employees on the Job Accidents and/or Injuries

While on the job in Boulder, on deployment, or during telework

In the event of on the job accidents and / or injuries, this division will follow these outlined procedures for all, whether Federal or CIRES employees, contractors, postdocs, or guests of GMD. Please note that all incidents shall be reported to NOAA by the supervisor within 24 hours of the incident occurrence through the NOAA Web-based Accident/Illness Reporting System. In the case an incident is considered serious in nature (see the definition on the reporting form) such shall be reported as soon as possible, but no later than 8 working hours of occurrence. In addition, as of 1 January 2015 OSHA requires that all employers, i.e. GMD, must report to OSHA:

In case of emergency, call 911 or go to the closest urgent care facility or medical emergency room.

Federal

  1. Inform your supervisor.
  2. Supervisor needs to file report through the NOAA Web-based Accident/Illness Reporting System.

CIRES (as per CU Incident Procedures )

  1. Emergency and Designated Medical Providers (DMPs)
  2. Inform your CIRES and Federal supervisors, and in the event you want to File A Claim, report to University Risk Management within a 4 working day window.
  3. http://www.cu.edu/employee-services/business-partners-ppldrl/resources/es-procedures-guide/workers-compensation-risk

    CU University Risk Management (URM) provides:

  4. Supervisor needs to file report through the NOAA Web-based Accident/Illness Reporting System.

Other

  1. Inform your supervisor and/or primary lab contact.
  2. Supervisor needs to file report through the NOAA Web-based Accident/Illness Reporting System.