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General FormsPurpose
Accident ReportReport an event that has occurred relating to any personal injury, property damage, fire, chemical spill, acts of negligence, MVA's, or other incidents not related to Sexual Assault, Bias/Hate Crime using the Accident Report portal. This report is not intended for workers compensation claims. Use the Workers Compensation page.
Bias Incident or Hate Crime ReportReport incidents motivated by bias or hatred, which occur, on and off the UWGB campuses using Bias Incident Report.
Bloodborne Pathogen ExposureExposure to bloodborne pathogens should be reported immediately to a Supervisor. Exposure can be any stick or direct contact. Employees are encouraged to seek testing and submit testing invoice to UW-Green Bay Compliance Specialist who will review and approve.
Safety ConcernReport safety concerns to the Safety & Environmental Manager through the Safety Concern portal.
Student ComplaintStudents have the right to seek resolution when they believe they received unfair or improper treatment from a UW-Green Bay faculty or staff member, department or office. Students are encouraged to resolve the matter informally before initiating the formal complaint process with the Office of the Provost.
Title IX Sexual Assault ReportingAn individual who believes they are a victim, or who have received a report of or witnessed an incident of relationship violence or sexual harassment may report the incident to the Title IX Coordinator.
Volunteer FormIndividuals serving in a youth program should work with their Program Facilitator in completing requirements noted on the Youth Protection webpage.  Volunteers serving in programs not youth related will complete a Volunteer Agreement and forward to the Pre-College Liaison.

Other University Services

The UW-Green Bay Safety, Risk and Compliance Operational Area (“SRC”) also works with other University departments that assist employees and students in a variety of ways.

ADA ComplianceFacilitiesStudent ComplaintsStudent Accessibility ServicesUWSA Office of Compliance & Integrity
UWGB provides reasonable accommodations in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.

Contact Human Resources Disability Accommodations
Request service repairs or custodial needs through Facilities Use Request Form.The Office of the Provost provides direction as to UWGB’s mission, faculty resources, and student policies and procedures relating to complaints and students with disabilities.Student Accessibility Services coordinates the equal educational and problematic access for eligible students with documented disabilities.UW System Compliance & Integrity supports compliance efforts across the UW System. A resource to the Risk and Compliance Council, ethics and public records.