Risk Management & Insurance
A Business Process Managed by Risk Management & Insurance
These resources will help you to understand what risks the University is concerned with, what tools are available to manage risk, and how to report important events to the University.
Reporting Claims and Events
Injuries to University Employees (Workers Compensation- eFROI)
- First Report of Injury Form (online form)
- Prescription Drug Program Information & ID Card (pdf)
- Reporting Workers Compensation Related Injuries policy, forms & instructions section
Damage to University Property
- Involving University vehicles (auto liability): Vehicle Accident Report procedures and form
- All other (general liability): Bodily Injury/Property Damage Incident Report
- University Environmental Health & Safety
- Minnesota Dept. of Labor and Industry (external site)
- Minnesota Dept. of Labor and Industry - Workers' Compensation Division (external site)
- Minnesota Workers' Compensation Law, Statute 176 (external site)
- Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry (external site)
- Bloodborne and Biological Pathogens Exposure Procedure
- Risk and Insurance Management Society (external site)
- University of Minnesota Police
- University of Minnesota Emergency Management
- U of MN Department of Environmental Health and Safety
- University Risk Management & Insurance Association (external site)
- University General Counsel
- University Real Estate Office
- University External Sales Policy
Certificate of Insurance
When the University enters into contracts for goods or services, the other party often requires evidence of University insurance.
If the other party requires the University to list them as an additional insured, please complete and submit a Certificate of Insurance Request Form (pdf). Risk Management will have a certificate issued within three to five business days. Otherwise, please provide them with the attached evidence of coverage certificate of insurance (pdf).
Medical Credentialing Process
Insurance for outside parties
Those using University facilities; including Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) will require "TULIP Coverage":
Safety Fund Grants
Safety Fund grants are available to units and departments to make purchases of durable equipment that enhance employee safety.
Expenditures generally excluded from consideration include:
- Normal operational expenses: Personal protective equipment and consumables typically required to perform job duties: protective eyewear or goggles, respirators, dust masks, special clothing, first aid supplies, latex gloves, etc.
- Expenses better addressed by HEAPR funding: Equipment integral to the building structure and essential to its current or intended use or maintenance: fire alarms, fire protection/control, hand rails, barriers, general HVAC, etc.
- Ongoing expenses: subscriptions, training, etc. that regularly recurs.
Please complete and submit this application to Risk Management for consideration: Safety Fund Authorization Form
The Office of Risk Management participates on the Global Operations Advisory Team, which works with units across the University to assure comprehensive and timely response to international operations questions regarding foreign
- banking and cash management
- legal issues
- human resources
Visit the Global Operations web site at http://global.umn.edu/operations/index.html for more information.
All policies and proceedures related to Risk Management are housed in the University Policy Library; including: