The eAlert incident report form has been created to report incidents that may be a concern to the health, safety, and security of the University community. The incident report will be assigned to the proper resource within the University for follow-up.
This program is an integral part of a healthy university environment. Memorial University is committed to handling reports submitted via this resource as promptly and discreetly as possible. This service will also allow members of the University community to communicate anonymously if you choose to do so. If the information is not sufficient or detailed enough and submitted anonymously, it may not be possible to conduct an investigation.
Please Note: While this resource is available for reporting 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; the system is not monitored 24 hours a day. Please use the Reporting an Emergency contacts if the incident is an emergency that requires immediate action.
Report an Accident
An accident is an incident that has given rise to injury, illness, fatality, or property damage.
Report a Near Miss
A near miss is an unplanned event that doesn't result in injury, illness, fatality, or property damage – but has the potential to do so.
Report a Hazard Observation
A hazard observation is a source, situation, or act with a potential for harm in terms of human injury, illness, property damage, or a combination of these.
Report an Incident Related to Labour Action
Faculty of Medicine, Anonymous Disclosure Report
This report is for learners in the Faculty of Medicine only.
For more informaiton please see the Procedure for Addressing Anonymous Disclosures of
Learner Mistreatment in the Faculty of Medicine.
Please Note: This web form is NOT FOR REPORTING SEXUAL HARASSMENT OR SEXUAL ASSAULT. Anyone may anonymously seek the advice of the Sexual Harassment Advisor.
If you wish to report an incident of sexual harassment or sexual assault, please contact the Sexual Harassment Office at 864-2015 or visit the Sexual Harassment Office website at https://www.mun.ca/sexualharassment/
Memorial University of Newfoundland protects your privacy and maintains the confidentiality of your personal information. This collection of personal information is authorized under the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act, 2015, SNL2015 CHAPTER A-1.2. Information collected will be stored, managed, and/or updated by the Office of the Chief Risk Officer. The information is collected and used for purpose of statistical reporting and safety and security program administration. If you have any questions about the collection and use of your information, please contact mims(at)mun.ca.