Workers' Comp / Work-Related Injury Information and Forms

Environmental Health and Safety

Work-Related Injuries

Workers' Compensation Insurance (WCI) provided by The University of Texas at Tyler (UT Tyler) is funded by The University of Texas System (UT System) through a self-insured WC program. Cannon Cochran Management Services Inc. (CCMSI) administers this program. Administering the program includes receiving, investigating, and making liability determinations on WCI claims; determining the reasonableness and necessity of medical treatment and services; generating income benefit payments to injured employees and medical payments to health care providers. All employees of UT Tyler whose names appear on the payroll are eligible for Workers' Compensation Insurance.

The Environmental Health and Safety Department is responsible for coordinating the UT Tyler Workers' Compensation Program. The UT Tyler EH&S Office serves as a facilitator between UT Tyler injured employees and all UT System WC Insurance entities by submitting appropriate forms in a timely manner and making every effort to negotiate modified duty assignments.

  • Employees who experience a work-related injury are required to communicate the incident immediately to their supervisor.
  • The injured employee, supervisor or designee are advised to notify the UT Tyler EH&S Office of the injury at 903-566-7011 or email wci@uttyler.edu about the incident.
  • Employees are required to report all injuries/illnesses within twenty-four (24) hours, even if they do not need medical attention.

Injury Reporting Forms: email completed forms to wci@uttyler.edu.

Employees who choose to receive medical attention, please be advised:

  • UT System has contracted with Injury Management Organization Med Select, a certified workers' compensation health care network, to provide medical care for employees who experience a work-related injury. Click here to find a provider: https://injurymanagement.com/find-a-provider/
  • In an emergency situation, employees should seek care from the nearest urgent care facility or hospital ER. However, follow-up care must be received from a network provider. Your treating doctor will coordinate all medical care and make referrals for diagnostic testing or to be seen by a specialist.
  • Unless the injured employee has received medical treatment from an unauthorized physician, the employee should not be billed directly for health care intended to treat a work-related injury. If the employee receives a bill from a health care provider, the employee is advised to send the invoice to the HR Office immediately. All medical related expenses are subject to fee guidelines established by Texas Department of Insurance, Division of Workers' Compensation.

Manuals

Required Employer Notices

Other Forms & Resources

Form 23 – Request for Paid Leave
Form 23P – Injury Leave for Peace Officers
Mitchell RX First Fill Form

UT System Health Care Network Information

Texas Department of Insurance

Telemed Services Information

Telemed for Injured Employees 

Telemed Process for Supervisors

Telemed FAQs