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Risk Management Toolbox: Checklists & Reports


Incident Reports should be submitted within 48 hours of incident notification so that as much detail of the incident is recorded as soon as possible and necessary follow up can be provided in a timely manner.
  1. Address the emergency, follow-up with the incident report within 48 hours  ;
  2. Attend to the immediate needs of the participant(s) or colleague(s) involved;
  3. Remove other participants from danger (if applicable);
  4. Document all steps taken in response to the incident by maintaining accurate and detailed records;
  5. Contact Education Abroad if you have any questions or concerns.
Examples of the types of incidents that should be reported to Education Abroad include (but are not limited to):
  • Title IX complaint
  • Crime (arrest, theft and/or other)
  • Assault (verbal, physical and/or sexual)
  • Harassment
  • Bullying
  • Medical (illness, injury, mental health or other)
  • Missing/Separated Person
  • Natural Disaster, Epidemic or Location Specific Crisis
  • Behavioral
  • Disciplinary Violations
  • Other
Detailed information on incidents and emergency follow-up may be found in the Faculty Program Director Study Abroad Handbook.pdf