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Physical Address:
112 Administration Bldg

Mailing Address:
CLASS Safety Committee
c/o University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3154
Moscow, ID 83844-3154

Phone: (208) 885-6426

Fax: (208) 885-8964

Email: classsafety@uidaho.edu

Web: Safety

Reporting an Accident

If an injury is serious, notify as soon as possible:

What to do when an accident occurs (summary of APM 35.71)

  • Seek appropriate medical attention. Call an ambulance if necessary.
  • Ensure ongoing hazards are addressed. Preserve evidence.
  • Promptly report the accident, as described below

If a work-related accident occurs that results in a personal injury/illness that requires professional medical attention and/or time loss beyond the date of injury:

If a work-related accident occurs while driving a UI vehicle:

  • Follow guidelines outlined in "Accidents Involving A University Vehicle" section below

If a work-related accident results in a personal injury/illness that does not require professional medical attention and/or time loss beyond the date of injury and nor occurs while driving a UI vehicle):

If injured while participating in a university sponsored program or on university property:

If the injury is serious, the student's instructor/program coordinator should:

  • Notify the Risk Management Office — (208) 885-7177
  • Notify Office of the Dean of Students — (208) 885-6757
  • Maintain contact with student
  • Obtain written release from treating physician before allowing return to class/activity

If a student is injured while working as an employee (or authorized volunteer) of the University, see UI Employees (& authorized volunteers) section above.

If a student is injured while participating in a university sponsored program or on university property, see Students section above.

Accidents Involving A University Vehicle

  • Promptly notify and provide information as requested to police
  • Do not accept responsibility for or comment upon the accident
  • Provide the other party with the "Citizens Claim Procedure Form" (should be found in all UI vehicles) if they feel you are at fault
  • Notify supervisor/instructor/program coordinator of accident as soon as possible
  • Report the accident to the Risk Management Office (208) 885-7177, as soon as possible.
  • Complete the "University of Idaho Auto Accident Report Guide" (should be found in all UI vehicles) and provide a copy to Risk Management Office within 48 hours of accident, Campus Zip: 3168, Fax: (208) 885-9490
  • If injured, see "UI Employees (& authorized volunteers)" section above

  • Obtain names and phone numbers of those involved
  • Do not accept responsibility for or comment upon the accident/incident
  • If the injured party feels the university is at fault, refer them to the Risk Management Office — (208) 885-7177

For additional information on accident reporting procedures, contact the Risk Management Office via their website or (208) 885-7177.

Reporting injuries or illnesses related to university employment or activities:
(35.71 Administrative Procedures Manual)

Physical Address:
112 Administration Bldg

Mailing Address:
CLASS Safety Committee
c/o University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3154
Moscow, ID 83844-3154

Phone: (208) 885-6426

Fax: (208) 885-8964

Email: classsafety@uidaho.edu

Web: Safety