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| Medical Emergency/First Aid | Accident Reporting | Parking and Bedford Avenue Lot l Building Evacuation Procedures


 

CONTACTS

 

FIRE/POLICE/MEDICAL: CALL 9-911

OISE Security 416-978-3636
OISE Facilities & Services  416-978-0031
OISE F&S Manager 416-978-0787
UofT Campus Police  http://www.campuspolice.utoronto.ca/ 416-978-2222
WalkSmart  http://campuspolice.utoronto.ca/walksafe/

416-978-7233

 

icon of a bandaidMEDICAL EMERGENCY/FIRST AID

 

During regular office hours, OISE staff trained as First Aid Attendants are available to assist with an injury  (please see list below).  After hours, our Security staff who are trained are available.  Please familiarize yourself with all names and locations.  A list of First Aid Attendants is also posted on the Joint Health & Safety Committee (JHSC) board on the Concourse Level.  

 

For First Aid Assistance:

 

Otherwise:

  • Contact OISE Security at 416-978-3636 or OISE Facilities at 416-978-0031 or 416-978-0787.  They will in turn contact the nearest Fist Aid Attendant to assist you.
  • In case of a major injury call (9)911 and ask someone to stay with you until EHS personnel arrive. 
  • Also alert Security of the incident so that they can direct EHS personnel upon arrival.  Security will also contact the nearest First Aid Attendant and the OISE Facilities Manager to assist.


    First Aid Room

     
  • OISE has a First Aid room located on the Concourse Level to address injuries incurred within the building.  Room C-171.
  • The room is fully stocked to meet the workplace safety regulation 1101 section 11 First Aid Room requirements.
  • It is also equipped with a portable eye wash station, a portable burnfree first aid kit and a wheelchair.
  • During an injury a first-aider takes the portable (section 9 room requirements) first kit with her/him to the place of injury to assist.
  • The First Aid room is to be inspected a minimum of every 3 months and restocked as required.
  • A First Aid inspection check list and order form for the First Aid Room is to be completed and signed and any supply replacements to be ordered.

 

Additional First Aid Stations are located as follows:

  • 12th Floor Kitchenette, Room 12-109
  • 5th Floor, Continuing and Professional Learning, Room 5-103 (to the left of the entrance)
  • The First Aid Stations are to be inspected a minimum of every 3 months and restocked as required.
  • A First Aid inspection check list and order form for First Aid kits is to be completed and signed and any supply replacements to be ordered.


icon of medical recordACCIDENT  REPORTING

 

The complete University of Toronto Accident Reporting Procedure can be found at http://www.ehs.utoronto.ca/resource/wc.htm.

 

Below is a summary of the key items, as well as providing specific communication protocols for within OISE.

 

1. All accidents, injuries, illnesses or property damage that occur on University of Toronto property or occur during the performance of employees’ duties MUST be reported.

 

2.  Supervisors  are  responsible  for  initiating  reports  for  employees,  students  and visitors.

 

3.  Accidents or injuries to employees (full-time or part-time) must be reported to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) administrator within 24 hours of the incident.

 

4.  Supervisors  are  to  complete  the  online Workplace Accident/Incident Report for Employees with a copy hand-delivered to the Assistant to the CAO (8-157) or emailed to pierre.lee@utoronto.ca

 

5.  For  accidents  or  incidents  relating  to  students  and  visitors,  supervisors  are  to complete the Online Accident/Incident Report for Students, Contractors and Visitors with a copy hand-delivered to the Assistant to the CAO (8-158) or emailed to pierre.lee@utoronto.ca

 

PARKING GARAGE AND BEDFORD AVENUE LOT

 

There are emergency assistance (red) push buttons located throughout all levels of the Parking Garage which will connect you directly to the U of T Police.

There is a code blue station (tall red pole with bright blue light) located near the entrance to the Bedford Avenue parking lot, close to the north-west corner of the Faculty of Social Work building.  In case of emergency, pushing the button will connect you directly to the U of T Police, and is available 24/7.

 

alarm bell iconBUILDING EVACUATION PROCEDURES

 

Go to Emergency - Building for evacuation procedures.

 

 

 

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