For Employees

If you or a colleague are injured at work, immediate medical care is vital.

Emergency Situations – Call 911

Beginning 9/1/2021, any BU work-related injury or illness should be reported to Conduent at 833-951-2415.

  • If a hazardous condition exists, contact the Control Desk at Facilities Management & Planning at 617-353-2105 and/or Environmental Health & Safety at 617-353-4094.
Examples of Emergencies
  • Loss of Consciousness
  • Severe Bleeding
  • Difficulty Breathing
  • Chest Pains
  • Seizures
  • Any injury where the employee requests an ambulance
  • Any injury where you or the employee are unsure if emergency care is needed

You may also call

  • BU Police at 617-353-2121 on the Charles River Campus or
  • Public Safety at 617-414-4444 if you are located at the Medical Campus
Once you are discharged from the emergency room or urgent care facility
  • Call the BU Occupational Health Center at 617-353-6630 or send an email to buohc@bu.edu.
  • You must be evaluated by an Occupational Health Center clinician during regular business hours.
  • Your case will be overseen by the Nurse Case Manager in Occupational Health in conjunction with the Human Resources Service Center staff.

    For Non-Emergency Injuries or Illness:

    Report the incident to your supervisor.

      • An Incident/Accident report must be submitted within 24 hours of event
        • Completed by the employee by calling

          Conduent at 833-951-2415

      • Report all incidents or accidents regardless of the severity.
      • If a hazardous condition exists, contact the Control Desk at Facilities Management & Planning at 617-353-2105 and/or Environmental Health & Safety at 617-353-4094.
      • Call the BU Occupational Health Center at 617-353-6630 or send an email to buohc@bu.edu
      • You must be evaluated by an Occupational Health Center clinician during regular hours of operation.
      • All research-related injuries must be reported to Research Occupational Health Program at 617-414-7647.
      • Your case will be overseen by the Nurse Case Manager in Occupational Health in conjunction with the Human Resources Service Center staff.
      Examples of Non-Emergencies
      • Sprains/Strains
      • Contusions/Bruises
      • Minor Cuts and Scrapes
      • Skin Rashes
      • Injuries requiring Basic First Aid