Accidents, Injuries & Emergencies
Campus Emergency Information posted on Public Affairs
For emergency assistance contact:
Wellesley College Police at x 5555
Reporting and Investigating Accidents & Injuries
Employee Accidents & Injuries must be reported and filed with Human Resources and Environmental Health and Safety within 24 hours.
- Human Resources Accident Report & Treatment A.R. T. Form
- The ART Form's second page is the Supervisors Accident Investigation Report. This should be filled out for all incidents.
Student Employees should report accidents on the A.R.T. Form
All other incidents involving students, contractors, visitors, etc can be reported on this Form.
Questions: Contact Laura Andrews in HR at x 3303. Fax number is x3663.
All incidents involving students, employees, contractors, visitors should be reported on this form. This includes fires, hazardous material spills/releases, indoor air quality issues, etc.
Students involved in a lab accident should report to their lab instructor immediately. Use this form to report the incident.
All employees should follow the procedure noted above under Accidents & Injuries. If the incident involves hazardous materials immediately report to the Science Center (x3000), EHS (x3882) and or Campus Police (x2121).
Hazardous Material Release (Chemicals, Biologicals, Oils, etc).
Small spills can be cleaned up by the user if prepared, trained and spill response equipment is readily available.
- Evaluate the situation (including a review of the MSDS)
- Notify manager/supervisor
- Secure the area
- Control and contain spill
- Clean up
- Ensure proper disposal of spill material
For large spills, unknown materials, or extemely hazardous materials, immediately secure & post the area. Contact Campus Police 24/7 at x 5555 and or EHS at x 3882 during work hours.
Large spills may require reporting to local, state or federal agencies. Contact EHS at x 3882 to ensure proper reporting.
Wellesley College's Chemical Hygiene Plan Emergency Procedures
The American Chemical Society Guide for Chemical Spill Response Planning in Labs
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