Report a safety hazard
Welcome to the online Incident Reporting System for University of California, powered by AON eSolutions. Anyone can use this new, easy, and fast way to report a problem that affects the university's people, property, or environment.
How to report
Complete an online form using the Incident Reporting System.
What to report
This online system is to be used to submit information about the following:
- Injury / Illness
- Near miss
- Property damage
- Release to the environment
- Safety concern
- Vehicle collision
Reports can include incidents that occurred either on- or off-campus.
Why you should report
Prevention. Contacting others raises safety awareness.
Tracking. We may be able to associate activity with other incidents. Your report will allow us to provide better statistics.
Correction. You may receive technical assistance.
Claims management. Your report helps us to provide you with better documents. University policies may require you to report the activity. Reporting incidents is part of your responsibility.
For more information please contact Larry Wong at (510) 987-9772.
An incident which a person suffers injury or illness as a result of exposure to harmful conditions such as toxic fumes, vapors, gases or airborne particles; temperature extremes; oxygen deficiency; radioactivity; or intense light.
Physical harm or damage to the body resulting from an exchange, usually acute, of mechanical, chemical, thermal, or other environmental energy that exceeds the body's tolerance.
Incidents where no property was damaged and no personal injury sustained, but where, given a slight shift in time or position, damage and/or injury easily could have occurred.
Any abnormal condition or disorder, other than one resulting from an occupational injury, caused by exposure to environmental factors associated with employment. It includes acute and chronic illnesses or diseases that may be caused by inhalation, absorption, ingestion, or direct contact.
Undesired event that results in or property damage.
Individual concern regarding hazards in the workplace or on campus
An unstabilized situation that includes at least one harmful event (injury or property damage) involving a motor vehicle in transport (in motion, in readiness for motion, or on a roadway, but not parked in a designated parking area) that does not result from discharge of a firearm or explosive device and does not directly result from a cataclysm.