RecycleMania

RecycleMania

RecycleMania ends March 29! Help us achieve our goal of a greener campus— find out how at our recycling news page.

Rowdy New U

Rowdy New U

Stressed out? Low on energy?

Enhance your health and well-being by linking up with Rowdy New U!

Gold Star Labs

Gold Star Labs

Check out our growing list of GOLD STAR LABS!

Reduce, re-use, recycle!

Help us achieve our vision of a greener campus. Visit our recycling home page for more information.

Bauerle Road Garage

Grand Opening!

Announcing the new Occupational Health & Wellness Center!

Worker Injury

Back

The safety and health of every employee is a high priority. EHSRM accepts responsibility for providing a safe working environment and employees are expected to take responsibility for performing work in accordance with safe standards and practices. Safety and health is achieved through teamwork. Everyone at UTSA must work together in promoting safety and health and taking reasonable measures to ensure safe working conditions exist.

Reporting an Injury

It's important to report an injury as soon as possible after seeking appropriate medical attention. See the instructions below for reporting an injury that occurs in the workplace.

Work-related Injury Instructions

Network Doctors Provider Search

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Employee

Department

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Rights and Responsibilities

Employee's Rights and Responsibilities (English)

Derechos y Responsabilidades para los Empleados (Español)

Employer's First Report and Employee's Rights

Notice For Request of Disclosure of Social Security Number

View the Notice (PDF)

Injury Report Forms

WCI Complete Form Packet

Employee's First Report of Injury/Illness

Supervisor's Detailed Report of Injury/Illness

Notification of on the Job Injury

Workers' Compensation Network Acknowledgement

Workers Compensation Request for Paid Leave

UTSA Return to Work Program

Return to Work Program

Texas Department of Insurance, Division of Workers’ Compensation Press Release for Treatment and Return-To-Work Guidelines

UT System and Texas State WCI Policies

Workers Compensation

Workers Compensation is specifically designed to provide medical benefits and in some cases financial payments to employees on the payroll of the University of Texas San Antonio who suffer injuries or an occupational disease during the course or scope of employment.

UT System Workers Compensation Insurance

Texas Department of Insurance Division of Workers' Comp

Locate a Doctor

TXCOMP

Provider Network

For more information, view the FAQ or contact the Workers Compensation Insurance Office.