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Risk Management - Injury & Incident Reporting - What are High-Risk Incidents?
A high-risk incident poses a serious risk to an Extension Volunteer(s), Extension Program Participant(s), or third party and requires submitting a report to Risk Management.
What are High-Risk Injuries & Incidents?
Examples of High-Risk Incidents
- Injury of employee, volunteer, participant, or third party that requires professional medical attention.
- A threat of serious harm to self or others.
- Anything requiring intervention by police (e.g. missing child, safety concerns).
- Hazardous materials exposure or spills.
- Termination or withdrawal of a volunteer, participant, or third party with potential intersections with civil rights, e.g. concerns regarding discrimination.
- Critical staff errors, such as incorrect administration of medication, or an injury caused by a staff person.
- Concerns for possible claims of negligence or liability.
- Vehicle accidents with personally-owned or rental vehicles on official UW business.
Report a High-Risk Injury/Incident
An important responsibility of any Extension employee who engages in Extension Programs, Events, or Activities is to protect volunteers, participants, and third parties from harm. In the event of an accident, injury, or other incident, it is important to respond in a proactive manner and to report within 24-48 hours, depending on the urgency of the situation and the need for immediate intervention.
Reporting child abuse or neglect has a separate workflow
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