Safety Resources Library

Injury Reporting Policy

If urgent medical treatment is required – Dial 911

If non-urgent medical treatment is required –

  • 8:30am – 5:00pm, Monday through Friday
      1. Injured employee → Supervisor→ Chief/Foreman or Director
      2. Supervisor → Rey Andre, (847) 491-5582 or
      3. Employee AND their supervisor report the incident online
        • Select ‘Injured Employee’
        • Reporting must be completed by the end of the their shift
      4. Rey Andre will contact OMEGA (Evanston) or Corporate Health (Chicago) to arrange for the employee to receive an examination.
  • 5:00pm – 8:30am, Monday through Friday or on the weekend and medical treatment is required
    1. Follow steps 1-3 above but contact Rey Andre on his cell (847) 702-0845
    2. The employee may seek treatment at Evanston Hospital or Northwestern Memorial Hospital.

Safety Bullentins

Spotlight on Safety - January 2020 - Flammable & Combustible Liquids

Spotlight on Safety - November 2019 - Cold Weather in the Workplace

Spotlight on Safety - October 2019 - Fire Prevention

Spotlight on Safety - September 2019 - National Preparedness Month

Spotlight on Safety - August 2019 - Asbestos

Spotlight on Safety - July 2019 Special Edition: Heat Illness Prevention & Hydration

Spotlight on Safety - July 2019 - Preventing Sprains & Strains

Spotlight on Safety - June 2019 - Heat Stress in the Workplace

Spotlight on Safety - May 2019 - Electrical Safety

Spotlight on Safety - April 2019 - Hazard Communication: Understanding the Chemical Hazards Around You

Spotlight on Safety - March 2019 - Portable Ladder Safety

Spotlight on Safety - February 2019 - First Aid Saves Lives

Spotlight on Safety - January 2019 - Special Edition: Working & Walking in Cold Weather

Spotlight on Safety - January 2019 - Respiratory Protection

Spotlight on Safety - December 2018 - Holiday Season

Spotlight on Safety - November 2018 - Hand Injuries

Spotlight on Safety - October 2018 - Fire Safety

Spotlight on Safety - September 2018 - Emergency Evacuation & Planning

Spotlight on Safety - July 2018 - Flammable & Combustible Liquid Storage

Spotlight on Safety - June 2018 - Allergic Reactions

Spotlight on Safety - May 2018 - Fall Protection

Spotlight on Safety - April 2018 - The Control of Hazardous Energy

Spotlight on Safety - March 2018 - Indoor Air Quality

Spotlight on Safety - February 2018 - Confined Spaces

Spotlight on Safety - January 2018 - Injury Prevention

Spotlight on Safety - December 2017 - Working & Walking in Cold Weather

Spotlight on Safety - November 2017 - Hearling Loss Prevention

Spotlight on Safety - October 2017 - Portable Fire Extinguisher Safety

Spotlight on Safety - September 2017 - Portable Ladder Safety

Spotlight on Safety - August 2017 - Back Injuries & Lifting

Spotlight on Safety - June 2017 - Heat Illness Prevention & Hydration

Spotlight on Safety - May 2017 - Electrical Safety Awareness

Spotlight on Safety - March 2017 - Personal Protective Equipment

Spotlight on Safety - February 2017 - AED/CPR/First Aid/Bloodborne Pathogens

Spotlight on Safety - January 2017 - Hazard Communication: Understanding the Hazards Around You

Annual Training Calendar

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Contact List For Safety Committee Members

Evanston Safety Committee Contacts

James McKinney

Alan O Neal

Sandy Milovancevic

Dave Mooshil

Joel de Leon

Kijuan Sutton

Mark Lattyak

Roger Dussault

Steve Lewandowski


Chicago Safety Committee Contacts

Keith Barr

Stretching Information

The Northwestern University Fitness & Wellness office assisted in the development of these stretching routines for Facilities staff. If you have any questions, concerns, or feedback on the stretches – or want to schedule a private consultation – please contact their office on the ground floor of the Henry Crown Sports Pavilion. Alternatively, you can reach out to Amie Simmons, Assistant Manager of Fitness & Wellness at (847) 491-4784.

Dynamic Stretching

Stretching for Posture

Stretching 101



Near Miss Safety Reporting Form

Knowing about, and addressing, near-miss incidents is a crucial step in reducing injuries. If you experienced a near-miss, there’s a good chance somebody else also has – or will. There’s also a good chance that the next time it won’t be a near-miss, it will be an injury. You won’t get in trouble for reporting a near-miss incident. We want to learn about them so we can address the root causes. Remember – our goal is a zero-injury workplace! Please use this link to fill out an anonymous report that will be sent to the Safety Committee team members.

Form for submitting a Near Miss incident.