Report All Work-Related Injury, Illness or Exposure – Have You Accessed HOME?

Emory launched the Health and Occupational Management at Emory (HOME) in January of 2019. HOME is a web-based tool/portal that will be used by Emory University and Emory Healthcare employees for managing their occupational health needs, including reporting of work-related injury, illness or exposure.

Employees who are injured on the job must promptly notify their supervisor and report to Employee Health according to Emory University Policy 4.93 Workplace Health and Safety.

With HOME, you are able to:

  • Make appointments with Emory Healthcare’s Employee Health Services, for those required to have certain health tests
  • Make appointments for Hepatitis B vaccination or Hepatitis B antibody titer
  • Report a work-related injury, illness or exposure
  • Make appointments for the Express Care Clinic

To report an accident, incident or near-miss see the step-by-step Guide:

Log into PeopleSoft to initiate your report: > self-service > Workplace Health> Log into HOME using your Emory ID and password>Click report work injury or exposure

Additional information can be found at the Emory University Accident/Injury Reporting webpage:

To report a spill, contact the EHSO Spill Response Team at 404-727-2888 – this is a 24/7 number and someone will contact you to get additional details.

Important Numbers to Know

Report Accidents or Injuries at the Yerkes National Primate Research Center to:

3rd floor Main Center room # 3147 or 2nd floor room # 2109
Office:  404-727-8012
Cell:  404-275-0963

OIM 7:30 am- 4pm All Emory Campus: 404-686-8587
OIM After Hours, Weekends, Holidays: NP On Call: 404-686-5500  PIC# 50464

Where do I report if I am an undergraduate student?

Undergraduate students performing research activities in the laboratory must promptly notify their supervisor and contact Emory University Student Health Services if there is an accident, incident or near-miss. Here is the link to Student Health Services:


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