Unless you are trained or the victim is an immediate life-threatening situation, do not attempt to render any first aid before trained assistance arrives. Do not attempt to move a person who has fallen or appears to be in pain. Limit your conversation with ill or injured person to quiet reassurances.
All Emergency Responders have Arrived. What’s Next
PROCEDURES A written report on all non-student accidents and injuries shall be submitted to the university Human Resources office by the faculty or staff member most directly associated with the accident / injury The Human Resource Office shall maintain a file of such reports and conduct follow-up with the injured party as appropriate.
PROCEDURE - Workers Compensation Injury – Employee’ Supervisor Supervisor must complete and submit Employer’s First Report of Injury to Crystal McClure in Human Resources within 24-48 hours of the incident. Even if the employee/student assistant’s injury does not require medical care. First Report of Injury Form available at http://www.spsu.edu/hr/workerscomp.pdf http://www.spsu.edu/hr/workerscomp.pdf
PROCEDURE: Continued If the injury is life or limb threatening or If the injury occurs after business hours GO TO NEAREST HOSPITAL * The nearest hospital is Kennestone Hospital at 677 Church Street, Marietta
PROCEDURE: Injured Employee Actions at Hospital Be sure to tell them that the injury is covered under workers compensation. DO NOT USE YOUR PERSONAL INSURANCE OR PAY IN CASH
PROCEDURE: Injured Employee Actions at Hospital Have bills sent to Southern Polytechnic State University Human Resources Department Attention: Crystal McClure 1100 South Marietta Parkway Marietta GA 30060
Additional Information If you have any questions concerning the handling of Workers Compensation injuries, please call Crystal McClure at 678) 915-7560 or send an email to email@example.com.@spsu.edu Crystal McClure
Emergency Procedures: Reporting/ Treating Medical Problems Step 1- Upon the occurrence of a medical emergency on campus call the University Police Department at (678)915-5555. Step 2 – Once the medical emergency has been reported to the University Police, the Police Dispatcher shall ensure that a University Police officer is enroute to assist the victim. The Police Dispatcher shall also ensure that all needed emergency responders are requested. Step 3 – An additional University Police Officer, when available shall escort outside emergency personnel to the victim’s exact location.
Emergency Procedures: Reporting/ Treating Medical Problems Step 4 – Once the victim is receiving medical attention from the emergency medical responders, any witnesses to the incident shall remain in the area to assist the university Police with relevant information about the incident. Step 5- At the earliest opportunity, the Police Dispatcher shall contact the University Nurse to apprise him/her of the incident. Step 6- A written Police report will be generated in all incidences of illness or injury that require emergency responders. A written report of all non-student accidents/injuries shall be submitted to the University Human Resource Office by the faculty or staff member most directly associated with the accident/injury. Note: The Human Resource Office shall maintain a file of such reports and conduct follow-up with the injured party as appropriate.