Risk Management

Reporting an Emergency

REPORT AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT

  • Stop. Turn Off Ignition. Do Not Smoke.

  • Notify Police.

  • Do not admit liability, i.e., "It was my fault."

  • Call the Risk Management Department immediately or no later than 24 hours following the accident.

  • Complete a Report of Accident Form and forward to the Risk Management Section.

  • Request the Campus Sheriff’s Deputy to make a report and forward the report to the Risk Management Department (District Office employees report the incident to the Sheriff’s Deputy located on the 6th floor).

REPORT THEFT OR DAMAGE TO COLLEGE PROPERTY

  • If on campus, notify the Campus Sheriff’s Deputy to make a report. District Office employees, contact Sheriff’s Deputy to make a report.

  • Forward the report to the Risk Management Department within 24 hours.

  • Notify the Campus Vice President of Administration (District Office employees notify the Director of Business Services.).

  • Do not destroy, discard, repair, or replace damaged property without permission of the Risk Management Department.

REPORT AN INJURY TO A VISITOR OR STUDENT

  • Immediately notify the Campus Sheriff’s Deputy. If the injury is to a Los Angeles Community College District employee, immediately notify Sheriff’s Deputy.

  • Give full details to the Campus Sheriff’s Deputy so a report can be made and forwarded to the Risk Management Section.

  • Notify your supervisor or supervising employee.

  • Notify the Risk Management Section.

  • If a death occurs, report it IMMEDIATELY to the Director of Business Services and/or Risk Management Section.

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