University of Rochester
Employee Incident Reporting System
Using this system employees and supervisors can report:
- work-related employee injuries and illnesses
- near-miss incidents/hazards (An unplanned event that did not result in injury, illness, or damage - but had the potential to do so)
- or request ergonomic assessments for computer workstations!
When a work-related incident, injury or illness occurs, or you witness/are involved in a near-miss incident, please document the event by logging into the system using the link below. All events need to be documented within 24 hours of the occurrence. Upon submission of the report, Leave Administration, Environmental Health & Safety, and the employee's immediate supervisor will be notified via email. The employee reporting the incident will also receive an email acknowledgement that a report was submitted.
More detailed instructions are available
through the links on the left.
NOTE: This is for employee reporting only. All patient or visitor incidents or misadminstrations should be reported through RL Solutions.
- If you are a University employee and have a NetID, please use this link and log in using the username and password that you use to access the HRMS system:
- If you do not have access to a computer, please see your supervisor or other department representative who can submit the report for you. If there are problems accessing the reporting system using the above link, please contact Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) at 275-3241
POSSIBLE ACCESS ISSUESome people have reported that, when using Internet Explorer, they get a blank screen after clicking on the "button" above. The browser is not automatically connecting to the Shibboleth server which authenticates your login credentials. If you have this problem, refresh your screen by pressing F-5, which will bring up the login screen. University Information Technology is investigating the issue which is difficult to track down as it has only occurred on a handful of computers. Thank you for your patience while we find a more permanent solution to this problem.
QUESTIONS or COMMENTS?
Contact EH&S at (585) 275-3241 or e-mail EH&S Questions.
This page last updated 9/13/2018. Disclaimer.