In order to drive an automobile for business purposes, drivers must meet the criteria to become an "authorized" driver, and understand the auto insurance coverage.
How and when to file a claim, eligibility, and benefits. Notify your supervisor immediately if you’ve sustained an injury or contracted an illness at work.
Injury & Incident Reporting
What to do in the event of a personal injury at UW–Madison, and how to minimize and manage risk.
Details on insurance needed for events, travel, and vendors at UW–Madison to minimize and manage risk.
Certificates of Insurance
Vendors, facility users and affiliates are required as a condition of their contract to keep on file a current certificate.
The State’s Self-funded Liability Program provides coverage against claims made as the result of the negligent acts of University officers, employees and agents.
Property and Equipment
Insurance coverages pertaining to property and equipment at UW–Madison including how to file a claim, loan equipment procedures, and what items are covered.
Facility Use and Insurance
Requirements and recommendations to minimize risk while using a UW–Madison facility, and/or planning an event.
Key risk management issues associated with UW–Madison volunteers.
Student risk management
Information about student liability coverage—including student organizations—in relation to health insurance, accidents on campus, and use of automobiles for University business.
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