Employee Injury on the Job
When an employee becomes seriously injured on the job, the building principal shall notify a member of the family, or an individual of close relationship, as soon as the building principal becomes aware of the injury.
If possible, an employee may administer emergency or minor first aid. An injured employee shall be turned over to the care of the employee’s family or qualified medical authorities as quickly as possible.
It shall be the responsibility of the employee injured on the job to inform the immediate supervisor within twenty-four hours of the occurrence. It shall be the responsibility of the employee’s immediate supervisor to file an accident report within twenty-four hours after the employee reported the injury.
It shall be the responsibility of the employee to file claims, such as workers’ compensation, through the central administration office.
404 Employees’ Health and Well-Being
410.02 Certificated Employee Personal Illness Leave
412.09 Support Staff Vacations, Holidays and Leave
Adopted: May 9, 2005
Revised: September 11, 2017