IT Support Contact Information (Updated August 16, 2022):
- General IT Support – 979-845-8300, 24/7, firstname.lastname@example.org
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- Apogee Accounts – 979-458-0668, firstname.lastname@example.org
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- The first report must be completed by the supervisor or WCI designee; the form may not be completed by the employee.
- All information must be completed on the form; please use the instructions above to ensure the information is complete and accurate. Incomplete forms will delay the processing of a WCI claim, which in turn may become a violation of state law.
- A separate handout, entitled "Notice of Injured Employee Rights and Responsibilities" (PDF), must be provided to each employee who suffers a workplace injury.
- Must have a total of at least 12 months of state service (employment periods preceding a break in service of more than seven  years are not required to be counted); and
- Must have physically worked 1,250 hours with the state within the 12 months prior to the need for FMLA leave
- An overnight stay in a hospital, hospice or residential medical care facility, including any period of incapacity or subsequent treatment in connection with the inpatient care, or
- Continuing treatment by a health care provider, including:
- Incapacity of more than three consecutive full calendar days and any subsequent treatment or period of incapacity relating to the same condition that involves treatment two or more times by a health care provider,
- Treatment that results in a regimen of treatment under the provider's supervision. Examples of a continuing regimen of treatment include physical therapy relative to the condition and prescribed medication.
UES would like to acknowledge Rosemary Shaunfield, Dalys Wiehausen, Casey Smith, Chris Stephenson, and John Jennings for their roles in the UCO remodel:
Rosemary Shaunfield for UniFirst locker relocations.
Dalys Wiehausen for assisting Rosemary with locker relocations.
Casey Smith and Chris Stephenson for review of spec binders in Tech Library.
John Jennings for digitization of the Tech Library.
On October 21, 2022, UES rolled out a new safety tool called “Stop & Think” to all employees and contractors to stem the tide of injuries currently occurring in UES. An employee is seriously injured every 92 days and that is simply unacceptable because safety is a core value, and zero injuries are our goal. The focus of “Stop & Think”, is to incorporate safe thinking (12 trigger questions) in planning a job before it starts. Click on UES Safety Culture Improvement A Simple First Step to see the whole presentation
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