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Safety & Quality Care

To improve safety of employees, reduce workers’ compensation (WC) claims, ensure excellent care for our employees, and contain costs, the university has specific processes involved in WC administration.  


Coverage is available for all employees, including students and temporary workers. WC assists employees when accidental injuries or occupational illness arises from employment.

When an Injury Occurs

The Employee Injury Report form must be completed by the employee and the supervisor for every workers’ compensation injury or illness, regardless of whether medical attention is required. 


If medical attention is necessary, the form is taken to the medical provider who will complete his/her portion of the form. On the Stillwater campus, University Health Services (UHS) will provide medical treatment if necessary. At the close of the visit, the medical provider will return the form to the employee, who will return it to the supervisor or appropriate departmental personnel who handles reporting of injuries.


For non-emergency accidents that do not require an ER visit, but occur after UHS operating hours or during a campus closure, please go to AMC Urgent Care for medical treatment. "First Aid" injuries need to be emailed to and only. They do not need to be emailed to Broadspire.


The administrative unit/supervisor will email a copy of the Employee Injury Report to:

and distribute to other offices as required by the applicable college/division procedures.


Once a claim has been assigned, any follow-up documentation should be emailed to Please include the claim number in the subject line.


Should the employee receive any bills pertaining to their claim, the bills should be emailed to

Campus Information & Contacts

Important Links:

Optional Training: Workers' Compensation 101 

Benefits During Absences

Employee Injury Report

OSU EHS Accidents & Injuries

Hazardous Substance Employee Exposure Report

Mileage Reimbursement Request

Reporting of TTD TPD Hours

Transitional Duty Program Agreement

Workers' Compensation Glossary

Workers' Compensation, Unemployment Compensation, and Social Security/Medicare

Reporting an Accident

The Risk Management Information System allows efficient tracking of accidents, claims, property, and assets. To assist in gathering the necessary information prior to reporting the inicident online, use the Auto Accident Information Form


All incidents must be reported here. Depending on the type of incident, different forms are available. Once the required information is entered, the system generates the appropriate document and emails it to you for electronic signature. After your signature is obtained, the system will email the form to either Risk Management or your supervisor for their signature. When all signatures are obtained, the form is emailed to the State of Oklahoma for processing.


The State of Oklahoma requires all incidents be reported within 7 days or there is risk of not being insured. The Risk Management Information System allows OSU to maintain compliance with this requirement. 


For assistance with this process, call 405-744-8504. 


Please note that a police report is required for any automobile accident when driving on official University business.

University Human Resources developed this information for the convenience of OSU employees. It is a brief interpretation of more detailed and complex materials. If further clarification is needed, the actual law and policy should be consulted as the authoritative source. OSU continually monitors benefits, policy, and procedures and reserves the right to change, modify, amend, or terminate programs at any time, with or without notice. 

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