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Reporting an Incident

Twin Cities maker endeavors to keep a safe environment for all members. When incidents happen it is important that they get reported so that leadership can act on them and stop more issues from coming up in the future.

What Counts As An Incident?

The short answer is “Any situation where someone felt unsafe, was hurt or injured, or the was significant chance of someone being hurt or injured”

Examples would be things like the following:

  • Someone using a tool incorrectly and refusing to take direction on how to use it safely
  • Harassment of any form (Anti-harassment Policy)
  • Two or more people in an altercation
  • An injury that required medical attention

Reporting An Incident

Something Happened To You

You have a few options depending on what you would like to do.

  • You can fill out an incident report at go.tcmaker.org/IncidentReport and that will email the report to all members of the Board of Directors
  • If you do not feel comfortable having the whole board see the incident report you can email a single member of the board directly. Their emails are available here or you can stop one of us for a private chat at the space.

Something Happened To Someone Else

First off if the incident in question involves harassment or injury make sure that you have consent from the harassed or injured before you submit something on their behalf but other than that the options are the same:

  • You can fill out an incident report at go.tcmaker.org/IncidentReport and that will email the report to all members of the Board of Directors
  • If you do not feel comfortable having the whole board see the incident report you can email a single member of the board directly. Their emails are available here or you can stop one of us for a private chat at the space.
governance/incident_report.txt · Last modified: 2021/11/22 05:06 by 2djoe