Supervisors must complete the following within 48 hours after an on-the-job injury:
The SMU's Office of Police & Risk Management (OPRM) Workers’ Compensation Program is designed to provide income and medical benefits to employees who have sustained job-related injuries or occupational illnesses.
The information on this web site is intended to help answer questions you may have regarding how the workers' compensation process works. For more information about Workers' Compensation, please refer to the Workers' Compensation Manual.
All forms require a physical signature - digital signatures will not be accepted.
|Employee Information||Manager Information|
|When Accidents Happen: The focus of this section is to answer your questions about filing an accident report and where to get medical care.||When Accidents Happen: This gives you information on the process to follow when you have an injured employee.|
|If Unable to Work: The focus of this section is to answer your questions you may have about your work comp benefits if you are unable to work.||If Unable to Work: If your employee is unable to work without restrictions, this section explains the procedures to follow.|
|Returning to Work: This section explains about returning to work while under restrictions or modified duty, or returning back to full duty.||Returning to Work: This section will answer questions about bringing an employee back and the procedures to follow.|
Office of Police & Risk Management
PO Box 750231
Dallas, Texas 75275-0231
For questions or concerns regarding workers' compensation, please feel free to contact us using the information provided below.
|Sandi Geerts||Workers' Compensation Manager & Risk Analyst||214-768-3737|
|Anita Ingram||Executive Director of Risk Management||214-768-4047|