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The first priority is protecting people, followed immediately by securing hazardous materials and the scene for safety.
For an emergency, call 911
Report injuries and incidents immediately to your Supervisor.
Seek medical attention if necessary.
Urgent Care facilities in Laramie:
Emergency Department in Laramie:
Medical care outside of Laramie:
Advise the health care provider that you are employed by UW and that you were injured on the job. If you are asked for a case or claim number, explain that it will be issued by the Wyoming Workers’ Comp office. Take the UW Work-Related Injury Follow-up Form with you to your appointment. Send this completed form to David Heath in Human Resources, email@example.com.
** Note that in some situations multiple forms are required. **
The "Workers Compensation Report of Injury" form must be completed.
Once completed, sign the Employee Certification section (the form may be completed electronically or on paper, but must be printed and signed). Submit the completed form to your Supervisor or other person authorized by your department to sign the Employer Certification. Do not wait to turn in the form. If your supervisor is not available, please submit the form to Human Resources. If you need assistance call David Heath, 307-766-5693.
For injuries/incidents (including employee injuries) involving:
You may need to report the injury or incident to other UW committees such as the UW Institutional Animal Care & Use Committee (IACUC), Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC), or Radiation Safety Committee (RSC).
Note: for some situations, multiple forms are required.
For questions regarding injury and incident reporting, contact: