Staff Injuries

  • Reporting process when employee does not seek medical attention or lose time from work:

    1. When an employee becomes injured, fill out the Supervisor’s Report of Accident together.
    2. The supervisor and injured employee are both required to sign the report.
    3. Send the completed report to the Secretary/Receptionist at Central Administration within 24 hours of the injury.

    Reporting process when employee does seek medical attention and loses time from work:

    1. When an employee becomes injured, fill out the Supervisor’s Report of Accident together.
    2. The supervisor and injured employee are both required to sign the report.
    3. Send the completed Supervisor’s Report of Accident to the Secretary/Receptionist at Central Administration within 24 hours of the injury.
    4. The supervisor needs to contact the Secretary/Receptionist at Central Administration, via email, if the employee is hospitalized or sees the doctor.
    5. The supervisor needs to provide the employee with the Medical Packet containing forms to be brought and completed by the attending physician/hospital/clinic.
    6. The employee will need to contact their direct supervisor of discharge date and present the completed Medical Packet to their supervisor before they are allowed back to work.
    7. The supervisor submits the Medical Packet to the Secretary/Receptionist at Central Administration.
    8. The District Office needs to assess the type of light duty jobs available to the employee that comply with the limitations specified on the Work Ability Return-to-Work form.  (We want the employee back within 3 days of the injury even if it is on restricted duty.)
    9. Based on the assessment noted above, the District Office may provide the employee with an offer letter.