3160c AdmGuide_Emergency Treatment and Board-ordered Post-offer and Post-employment Physical Examinations

A. The Aurora Occupational Health Services is hereby designated as the official location for emergency treatment
    and for physical examinations required by the Board of Education of the District.
B. When the physician determines that the staff member may return to work, they will advise the Human Resource
    Office of the return date and restriction, if applicable.
C. If a staff member is injured on-the-job, the accident must be reported within twenty-four (24) hours to the
    immediate supervisor who will, in turn, report the accident to the Business Office and the Human Resources
    Office. The supervisor shall enforce that an accident report form is completed describing the circumstances of
    the accident or injury. The form shall be provided to the Business Office and Human Resources.
D. The Business Office will inform the insurance carrier, according to the guidelines, of any Workers'
    Compensation claims.
E. When an injured staff member leaves the building, the supervisor will inform the Human Resources Office.
F. The results of all required medical examinations shall be made known to the Superintendent on a confidential
    basis, discussed with the candidate, and made a part of his/her personnel record. In the event of an
    unsatisfactory report, the Superintendent shall base any recommendation for non-employment upon a
    conference with the physician and/or upon applicable Federal and State guidelines regarding the employment
    and accommodation of those with disabilities.
    Information from examinations required of any employee will be handled in the same manner.
Approved/Adopted:  July 13, 2009
Revised:  August 29, 2011