Work Related Injury, Illness or Exposure Information
How Do I Report an Injury or Employee Safety Near Miss?
- Complete the electronic Employee Safety Report using the Reliability Learning tool .
- Click HERE for instructions on how to submit an event report
- Notify your manager/supervisor by the end of your shift if you have sustained an injury/illness but no later than 24 hours after your injury.
- Visit Employee Health Services at your location for a required nurse assessment as soon as possible.
- If you have sustained an exposure/needlestick, you must notify your manager/supervisor immediately so proper steps are taken to obtain source testing.
- If you have sustained a serious injury, proceed to the nearest Emergency Department.
- If your injury is not serious and occurs after hours, contact your manager or house supervisor (or designated after-hours provider) for assessment and treatment options.
Do I have to see a certain doctor for treatment?
- You are welcome to see a physician of your choice (provided he/she accepts Workers’ Comp).
- It is important to contact Employee Health after each medical evaluation and/or change in your condition/status.
Who can help me with my Workers’ Compensation claim?
- You may contact either:
- Workers’ Compensation Specialist at 682-236-7273, or
- Workers’ Compensation Analyst at 682-236-7264.
- Manager Resources for Work Related Injury, Illness or Exposure Information
- Texas Health Employee Health Nurses–682-236-5599