When an injury occurs, the first priority is taking care of immediate medical needs. For emergencies call 911 or MSU Police: 662-325-2121
Use the Incident Reporting & Liability Claim form below to report all incidents that resulted in an injury or property damage or had the potential to cause an injury on University property or at a University activity or event. (For auto accidents involving University vehicles or that occurred during University travel, use the Auto Accident Report form.)
Faculty, Staff, Graduate Assistants, Student Worker Injuries
Employees must report work-related injuries to their supervisor or other person designated by your department as soon as possible but no later than one business day after an injury.
Supervisors or a department’s designated staff must report all work-related injuries to the Office of Compliance and Risk Management (OCRM) on the same business day notification of an injury is received using the online reporting form provided on the workplace injury page. Reporting a work-related injury also starts the Worker's Compensation claims process with Human Resource Management (HRM).
The Incident Reporting & Liability Claim Form should be completed by staff of the MSU department that experienced or has been made aware of an incident that resulted in or may have resulted in, an injury to a student, participant, or members of the general public (non-employees). If an incident resulted in major injuries or a medical emergency please contact the Office of Compliance and Risk Management at 662-325-6820 as soon as possible.
Students, participants, or members of the general public should complete the reporting form to notify the University of their intention to make a liability claim for injuries or property damage.
EHS, OCRM, or the University's claim administrator (AmFed) will respond to all reports.
For questions or additional information, please contact Eric Wilder at firstname.lastname@example.org or 662-325-6820.
At MSU, safety is everyone’s responsibility. EH&S depends on you to help us identify opportunities to improve the work environment at MSU.
If you see something, say something. Take a moment to 'paws' and observe the situation, access our Safety PAWS reporting form, write a report, and submit the form. Help us keep our campus a safe and healthy place to work by reporting all safety concerns and incidents that happen that might otherwise go unreported.