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Workplace Safety

Find all information relating to environmental health and safety on NC State’s Environmental Health and Safety Center website.

First and foremost, ensure treatment for the Injured Employee:

  • Call 911 for serious injuries and life threatening emergencies. If the emergency is in the Raleigh area, calling 911 will alert University Police and Fire Safety services. Additionally, if there is death, hospitalization, amputation, or loss of an eye, immediately report to Campus Emergency Services (919-513-3000). The University is required to report this information to regulators.
  • For non-serious injuries or incidents, go to an Authorized Medical Facility.
  • Student employees should go to Student Health Services

Supervisor’s forms to complete (take the forms with the injured employee for the physician to complete):

Employee’s forms to complete:

Send all completed forms within 24 hours to:

NC State HR Workers’ Compensation ( AND NC State EHS – Occupational Safety (

Help with Forms


Authorized Medical Facilities

Rx Urgent Care
3100 Blue Ridge Rd
Raleigh NC
Phone: 919-719-2250

Next Care Urgent Care
1110 Kildaire Farm Road
Cary, NC 27511
Phone: 919-481-0277

Student Health Services (Postdoc and Student workers only)
2815 Cates Avenue
919-513-2563 919-513-2519 Fax

If Authorized facilities are closed or if the injury is serious, Go to the Nearest Hospital.

Non-Local: For employee injuries outside the Raleigh area, take employee to nearest Urgent Care Center. If facilities are closed or if the injury is serious, Go to the Nearest Hospital.

Additional Accident Resources

Information regarding Accident Reporting retrieved from Environmental Health and Safety Center’s website.

University Safety Training

The Safety Orientation Checklist provides an overview of health, safety and security topics for NC State employees and volunteers. As an introduction to our Environmental Health and Public Safety services and procedures, this checklist must be completed and reviewed with all new employees and volunteers with their manager, prior to beginning activities on campus. 

You will be registered for the Safety Orientation Checklist training in Reporter automatically.

College and Department Safety Training

Safety Protocol

In order to provide for the health and safety of faculty, staff, students and the public, any department staff member is expected to immediately report any acts of violence, threatening behaviors, or other violations of NC State policy to any/all of the following:

  • Immediate supervisor
  • Behavioral Assessment Team (919-513-4224)
  • University Police – Dial 911 (from your office phone) or 919-515-3000 (from your mobile phone).