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Reporting an Emergency

REPORT AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT

  • Stop. Turn Off Ignition. Do Not Smoke.
  • Notify Police.
  • Do not admit liability, i.e., "It was my fault." 
  • Call the Risk Management Department immediately or no later than 24 hours following the accident.
  • Complete a Report of Accident Form and forward to the Risk Management Department.
  • Request the Campus Police make a report and forward the report to the Risk Management Department. (Cosand Center employees need not contact Campus Police.)

REPORT THEFT OR DAMAGE TO COLLEGE PROPERTY

  • If on campus, notify the Campus Police to make a report. Cosand Center employees, contact Security to make a report.
  • Forward the report to the Risk Management Department within 24 hours.
  • Notify the Campus Business Office (Cosand Center employees need not contact the Campus Business Office.)
  • Do not destroy, discard, repair, or replace damaged property without permission of the Risk Management Department.

REPORT AN INJURY TO A VISITOR OR STUDENT

  • Immediately notify the Campus Police. If the injury is to a Cosand Center employee, immediately notify Security.
  • Give full details to the Campus Police so a report can be made and forwarded to the Risk Management Department.
  • Notify your supervisor.
  • Notify the Risk Management Department
  • If a death occurs, report it IMMEDIATELY to the Risk Management Department.