Humber is committed to providing a safe work environment for all staff and endeavors to reduce workplace risks that may lead to accidents and personal injury. In the unfortunate circumstance that a work-related injury does occur, it is important to know how to respond. The information below outlines the first steps involved in injury treatment and reporting.
All injuries which occur on Humber property, or occur during work-related off campus activities (including working from home), must be reported to your supervisor and Health and Safety Services.
If EMS (911) has already been contacted, inform Security. Security is best equipped to direct EMS to the location on campus where they are needed.
All injuries which occur on Humber property or during work-related activities off-campus must be reported to your supervisor and Health & Safety Services.
It is important to maintain ongoing communication with your supervisor, Health and Safety Services, and if necessary the WSIB, during your recovery period. For injuries of a more serious nature, Health and Safety Services will work with you, your doctor and your supervisor to ensure a safe and timely return to work.
HR Services | Health & Safety Services
Health & Safety Services is responsible for managing WSIB claims and the Return to Work program at Humber. Questions regarding these programs can be directed to
Margaret Fung: extension 5673 or email@example.com
For more information refer to Humber’s Accident Reporting and Investigation procedure in the “Resources” section.