Work-Related Illness and Injury

Call 9-1-1 if the illness/injury is a critical emergency. 

Employees who suffer a work-related illness/injury should immediately report the injury to their supervisor.

  • Blood-borne Pathogens
    • If you have been exposed to blood or other potentially infectious materials:

      • Flush and wash exposed area for 15 minutes
      • Notify supervisor of exposure
      • MSU Employees (including student employees), refer to 
      • All other MSU Students who are exposed to bloodborne pathogens
        • Obtain medical care within the first 2–4 hours after exposure

Refer to the MSU Human Resources Workers' Compensation page for direction and necessary forms. 

Primary Facility for Work-Related Illness or Injury: 

Emergency Facility: 

1215 E Michigan Avenue
Lansing, MI 48909

Go directly to the Emergency Department for severe burns, fractures, shock, seizure, shortness of breath, severe bleeding, chest pain, head injuries, motor vehicle accidents, and bloodborne pathogen exposures, chemical exposure or smoke inhalation. 

Follow-up visits must be scheduled at Lansing Urgent Care.