Emergency Information & Planning

The Northland Emergency Information & Planning site is intended to assist employees and students in finding information during an emergency.

Reporting Procedures

Employees & Performing Work Study Students:

  1. Where serious injuries or property damage are involved, care must be taken to leave everything as is (unless this creates an unsafe situation by doing so) in order that:
  2. A. the cause of the accident and the extent of the damage incurred may be investigated; and B. damaged or defective equipment, machinery can be retained for inspection by insurance adjustors.
  3. All accidents or dangerous incidents, however minor, must be reported at once to the Assistant Director of Human Resources (Michelle Benitt). You and/or your immediate supervisor are to work with the Human Resources Department to complete a First Report of Injury form, and forward it to the Human Resources Office within 24 hours of the incident.
  4. It is the responsibility of all College personnel to ensure that the above procedure is followed.

Students & General Public:

  1. Where serious injuries or property damage are involved, care must be taken to leave everything as is (unless this creates an unsafe situation by doing so) in order that:
  2. A. the cause of the accident and the extent of the damage incurred may be investigated; and B. damaged or defective equipment, machinery can be retained for inspection by insurance adjustors.
  3. All accidents or dangerous incidents, however minor, must be reported at once to the Business Office. Business Office personnel should complete an Incident Report form within 24 hours of the incident.