Human Resources

Worker's Compensation


Summarizes the important actions for an employee injured while in scope of employment and explains worker’s compensation benefits.

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Summarizes the important actions for the supervisor of an injured employee, and provides other key information and links.

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The two forms listed below need to be completed by the end of the employee's shift, or within 24-48 hours. If the employee is unable to complete the form online, a paper copy can be accepted. It must be filled out and returned to the Office of Human Resources, 218 North Hall by the end of the shift in which the employee was hurt, or WITHIN 24-48 HOURS of the injury/accident. Forms can be sent via interoffice, faxed to 715-425-0630, or emailed (please remove/redact social security numbers if emailing) to In situations where it is not possible submit injury/illness reports by the end of the employee's shift, they need to be turned in as soon as possible. Please contact Jennifer with any questions.

To be completed by the employee/student employee.


            To be completed by supervisor.



What is Worker's Compensation?

Worker's Compensation is a benefit program that pays for medical treatment and wages lost due to injuries or illnesses that happen at work. All on-campus or work-related injuries or illnesses, or near misses, should be reported as soon as possible. By reporting you are allowing us to assist in creating a safer work environment for our employees and students.

What if you are injured at work?  This page contains information for employees in the event of a work-related injury or illness. The most important things to do as soon as possible are to:

  1. report the injury or illness to your supervisor (employer) as soon as possible,
  2. get the medical attention you need, and
  3. complete the mandatory forms within 48 hours or as soon as possible.

There are mandatory forms that must be completed when reporting any employee injury. A report should be made for any and all injuries or near misses on campus or while doing work-related tasks.  Because we must process all injury reports in a timely manner, it is important that the forms be filled out completely and accurately. Injury reports must include physical location of incident, explanation of how incident happened, and location of injury on employee's person. If you have any questions about these forms, please contact Jennifer Friedman in the Office of Human Resources at 715-425-3621.

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Office of Human Resources
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216/218 North Hall