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Reporting Procedure
If an incident or injury occurs at the workplace or on work business, please follow the following steps.
  1. Report the injury to your supervisor immediately. 
  2. Submit accident report through PublicSchoolWorks, My Safety Portal.
  3. If medical treatment is necessary, have the treating physician complete the attached BWC MEDCO-14 and submit to Carla Morris, at the Board of Education in the Human Resources Department. 
  4. The Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District has a post-accident drug policy that states any work related injury that requires medical attention a drug test must be completed at the time of treatment. This will be paid for at the District’s expense. 
  5. You are expected to follow your physician’s advice and attend all appointments (physician office visits, physical therapy, etc. We expect you to provide updated medical documentation to Carla Morris, at the Board of Education in the Human Resources Department. 
  6. You are expected to obtain a written statement that you can return to work and report to work immediately thereafter. All documents may be faxed to Carla at 216-397-3698 or you may scan and email to c_morris@chuh.org. Please do not hesitate to contact Carla should you have any questions at 216-371-7405.

If submitting paper documents:

Complete the Employee’s Report of Incident and Injury, have your supervisor complete the Supervisor’s Investigation Report and have any witnesses complete the Statement of Witness to Accident and submit all documents to Carla Morris, at the Board of Education in the Human Resources Department within 24 hours.

  • Your witness does not have to get the Statement of Witness to Accident document notarized. 
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    Transitional Work Program

    We are proud to announce that the Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District has developed a new Transitional Work Program (TWP). A Transitional Work Committee comprised of members of management, non-union and union members has also been created to support the ongoing success and management of our newTransitional Work Program (TWP).

    • Transitional Work is an interim step in the physical recovery of an injured worker who suffers a work-related injury. Transitional Work Programs structure a productive, compensated return to full duty using job tasks or a combination of tasks and functions that an individual with temporary work restrictions may safely perform. It also may utilize on-site based rehabilitation services to facilitate an injured worker’s return to full-duty. Transitional Work Programs combine real work activities with on-site based rehabilitation services as the principal means in the worker’s physical recovery. Transitional work allows employees recovering from a work related injury or illness to resume normal work and lifestyle activities sooner within an environment that supports a gradual return to full duty.
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