Occasionally work-related accidents or injuries happen. Review the following procedures to make sure you know what steps to take if someone is injured while performing their job duties.
Step #1 is required to obtain the employee and employer statements to expedite services. Step # 4 is required to process the correct payroll for injured employees.
Steps To Take When An Injury Occurs
- For non-life-threatening injuries or illnesses, in which medical treatment may be necessary, the supervisor and injured employee together will immediately call CompEndium Services
(available 24/7) at 877-709-2667 to report the injury. If a supervisor is not available, another supervisor or HR Contact may assist the
injured employee with this process.
Note: In case of a life-threatening injury or illness, dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room and contact your supervisor and CompEndium as soon as possible.
- CompEndium will assist in processing and scheduling the employee’s work-related injury
for treatment and claims handling with the university’s insurance provider.
- CompEndium will direct the injured employee to a medical provider for treatment. They will also issue a treating authorization number to the medical provider, which
will authorize treatment of the injured employee.
- The injured employee will complete the Employee Injury Report Form (81-B) and the supervisor will complete the Supervisor Report of Injury Form (81-C). These completed forms are required to be faxed to CompEndium at 877-710-2667 AND emailed to the Central Benefits Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.