Reporting of Accidents/Incidents Involving Students, Contractors and Visitors (non-employees)
Reporting of Accidents/Incidents Involving Employees
Employees include all full-time, part-time, sessional, casual employees and graduate teaching assistants when they are performing their duties as teaching assistants.
- All reportable incidents must be reported to the WSIB Administrator within 24 hours.
- The WSIB Administrator in Health and WellBeing is responsible for all liaison with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board and for the ongoing follow-up of claims. For assistance or information with respect to any claim contact Anne Chreptak at (416) 978-8804.
Please note that the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board levies a fine of $250 for late reporting of a lost time or health care claim. Where this late reporting is a result of the failure of a department to report the accident to the WSIB Administrator, Health and Wellbeing, the department will be responsible for paying the fine.
Hours of operation Monday to Saturday 7:30p.m.-1:30a.m. Call the Walksafer Service at 978-SAFE (7233) for an escort to your car or the subway. If the Walksafer Service is not available, call the University Police at 978-2323.
Working Alone Service
Hours of operation Monday to Friday 10:00p.m.-7:00a.m., 24 hours during the weekends and statutory holidays. Available to all members of the community who work on the campus during quiet hours of the evening, weekends and statutory holidays.
How Does It Work?
Call the University Police at 978-2323 to register for Working Alone Service and to provide them with the necessary details. Services provided to registered participants include; U of T Police will visit or telephone you during the period you request; in the event of an emergency in your area U of T Police will contact you and advise you on the appropriate procedures to follow; U of T Police will arrange for an escort to your vehicle or the subway.
Emergency Call 911 Police/Fire/Medical
Call 911 from an internal telephone line for immediate police, fire or medical response to preserve life or property. Report urgent matters (suspicious persons/trespassers) to U of T Police at 978-2222. To contact U of T Police on any other matter, please call 978-2323 or visit the U of T Campus Police website.
On campus a blue flashing light indicates the location of an emergency telephone. When the button is pressed, it dials directly into the University Police dispatcher and the caller's location is displayed to the operator. There are several emergency telephone locations on campus. The nearest location to the Lash Miller Building is Huron Street near the Sidney Smith Building. There is also an emergency telephone located in the Lash Miller underground parking garage.
Evacuate the building when the alarm sounds, walk quickly to the nearest exit, alert the others to do the same and assist disabled persons in exiting the building. NEVER use the elevators. Be familiar with the stairwells nearest to your work location.
There are 4 stairwells in the Lash Miller building:
- North stairwell at St. George Street entrance
- South stairwell at Davenport and Undergraduate wing entrance
- Central stairwell east of the passenger elevators
- West stairwell at Huron Street entrance
DO NOT return to an evacuated building unless directed to do so by the University Police or Fire Department
Building Services and Operations
For door keys, renovations, repairs, caretaking and service order requests, please email Linda Scott at email@example.com.
- Do dispose of chemicals and glassware according to departmental procedures, for more information visit our website or ask the personnel in room 20.
- Do wear protective equipment such as labcoats, goggles and appropriate gloves when working in a lab.
- Do familiarize yourself with safety equipment such as first aid stations, safety showers and eye wash stations.
- Do return lost keys to room 154.
- Do lock your valuables in a desk or locker.
- Do fill out an accident report immediately when accidents/injuries occur; this report is in PDF format.
- Do call 978-3000 to report fume hood vent alerts, flooding and broken locks.
- Do call 978-7000 to report major chemical spills or gas cylinder leaks.
- Do call 978-2323 to report unlocked exterior doors of building after hours or on weekends and to report any other matters after regular work hours.
- Do not leave lab doors unlocked or propped open.
- Do not leave exterior doors of building wedged open.
- Do not allow unfamiliar people access to the building.
- Do not let others borrow your keys.
- Do not wear gloves outside the lab.
- Do not transport chemicals in the passenger elevators.
- Do not work with chemicals when you are alone in the lab.