EHS

Reporting Employee & Laboratory Injury/Illness

Immediately report a work related or lab related injury and illness, but no longer than 24 hrs.   It is crucial the incident be reported promptly to help prevent problems and delays in receiving medical attention.  In an emergency, dial 911 from your cell phone or closest campus phone.

Reporting Employee Injury/Accident

Four (4) Step Process:

  1. Report the Injury To Your Supervisor. Report any workplace injury or illness to your supervisor immediately.  Reporting promptly helps prevent problems and delays in receiving benefits, including medical care you may need to avoid further injury.  Click here for the accident reporting flow chart.  
  2. Get Medical Treatment. 

Emergencies: Call 911   

First Aid Only: you may seek care at the CSUN Klotz Student Health Center:  Examples of first aid include minor injuries, illnesses, cuts, scrapes, scratches.

Treatment beyond first aid:

If ambulance transportation is required call 911 and contact EH&S at 818.677.2401

 “Kaiser On The Job" (KOJ) has 3 locations available for ALL Employees:

Woodland Hills
Medical Center
Panorama City
Medical Center
Lancaster
Medical Offices
 5601 De Soto Ave. 13652 Cantara St.43112 N. 15 St. West
Northside MOB Entrance #10, 1st floorNorth 2 bldg., 1st Floor, room 156West Building
Woodland Hills, CA 91367Panorama City, CA 91402Lancaster, CA 93534
Business Hours: 9AM - 5PMBusiness Hours: 9AM - 5PMBusiness Hours: 8AM - 5PM
After Hours: Urgent or Emergency CareAfter Hours: Urgent or Emergency CarePhone: (661) 726-2262
Phone: (818) 719-3006Phone: (818) 375-2233 

 All after hour injuries should be treated at Kaiser on the Job (KOJ) in Woodland Hills or Panorama City location.

There are more Kaiser On The Job locations that may be utilized.  Employees should contact Deborah (Debbie) Stewart at (818) 677-3351  deborah.stewart@csun.edu in Human Resources for questions.

As a reminder regarding transportation to/from clinics:

        • True emergency – Dial 911 – Ambulance to transport to nearest hospital
        • Injured Employee drives their own car to clinic
        • Injured employee w/out car may take taxi, UBER, Lyft etc.  Keep receipt and Sedgwick will reimburse
        • ONLY as a last resort – An MPP may drive injured worker to clinic

(If you already have a  Personal Physician Designation form, on file in Human Resources, you may seek treatment with that doctor.)

  1. If Treatment Beyond First Aid is Needed, You Must Complete the Employee's Claim for Workers' Compensation :  The supervisor will provide this form within one working day of learning about the injury or illness. This is required to request workers' compensation benefits. Fill out and sign the employee portion of the claim form. Describe the injury completely. Include every part of the body affected by the injury. Give the form to your supervisor to complete the employer portion. Forward the completed form to the CSUN Workers’ Compensation Specialist, Deborah Stewart at (818) 677-3351. You have now "filed" a claim.  Click here for Human Resources Workers' Compensation Employee & Supervisor Injury Information

4.  Participate With The Accident Investigation. The cause of your injury or illness needs to be determined by a thorough investigation by your supervisor and Environmental Health and Safety using the Supervisor Accident/Incident Investigation Form . The purpose of this investigation is to identify and locate accident causes and not to place blame. Accident investigation can uncover hazardous equipment or materials and helps the supervisor make engineering or work practices changes. Click here for guidance with completing the Supervisor Accident/Incident Investigation form.

For questions, concerns or help please contact:

Environmental Health & Safety at 818.677.2401

Reporting Laboratory Accident/Incident

  1. Report the Injury. Report any workplace injury or illness to your supervisor or Laboratory instructor immediately.  Reporting promptly helps prevent problems and delays in receiving benefits, including medical care you may need to avoid further injury.  Click here for the Laboratory Accident/Incident Reporting Process Flow Chart.
  2. Get Medical Treatment

Emergencies: Call 911   

First Aid Only: you may seek care at the CSUN Klotz Student Health Center:  Examples of first aid include minor injuries, illnesses, cuts, burns, scrapes, scratches.

Treatment beyond first aid: 

If ambulance transportation is required call 911 and contact EH&S at 818.677.2401

Klotz
Student Heath Center 
Dignity Health
Northridge Hospital 
Olive View
UCLA Medical Center  
18111 Nordhoff St.
18300 Roscoe Blvd.           
14445 Olive View Dr. #2B101  
Northridge, CA 91330
Northridge, CA 91325
Sylmar, CA 91342
(818) 677-3666
(855) 930-5493
(818) 364-1555
Hours: M-F 9AM - 5PM   
Open 24 Hours         
Open 24 Hours
First Aid
Urgent & Emergency Care   
Urgent & Emergency Care
  1. Participate With The Accident Investigation. The cause of your injury or illness needs to be determined by a thorough investigation by your Laboratory Supervisor/Instructor and Environmental Health and Safety using the Laboratory Accident/Incident Report FormThe purpose of this investigation is to identify and locate accident causes and not to place blame. Accident investigation can uncover hazardous equipment or materials and helps the campus make engineering or work practices changes. 

For questions, concerns or help please contact:

Environmental Health & Safety at 818.677.2401