The UCSF HR Employee Recognition Program Selection Committee is pleased to announce the most recent recipient of the UCSF HR SPOT Award: Inez Lo Coco! Thank you for your hard work and dedication to the UCSF HR organization!

Inez Lo Coco, Enterprise Risk Management Analyst 2

Nomination Reason: Inez was nominated based on her work with UCOP Risk Management and Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) to develop new reports in the UC Risk Services Data Management System (RDMS). As background, the RDMS was rolled out several years ago and UCOP developed reports for the systemwide workers’ compensation and EH&S managers (OSHA logs, high level trends, etc). With the new system, reports developed in the prior system (ERMIS) were discontinued. However, the old ERMIS reports were much more functional for individual departmental workers’ compensation reporting, the annual workers’ compensation reports, and showing claim and lost day trends, than any report currently in RDMS. 

To address this, Inez and her manager contacted UCOP in June 2019.  Based on this meeting, a workgroup formed including the UCOP Executive Director of EH&S, UCOP Risk Technology Services, Inez, and her manager.  As a result of the workgroup’s efforts and based in large part on Inez’s recommendations, UCOP agreed to develop two additional RDMS reports for systemwide workers’ compensation and EH&S manager use, including:

  1. Employee Injury and Illness Detail Report which shows all campus claims (including detail) for the fiscal and calendar years.
  2. Employee Injury Goal Reduction Report – 2 separate reports fall under this header – one reporting claim trends over 3 years and the other loss days.  These reports were tailored to meet UCSF needs.

Inez has offered up additional recommendations, and UCOP Risk Technology has agreed to Inez’s additional reporting improvements. Inez’s nominator notes that “Inez has made a very noteworthy contribution that will benefit the systemwide workers’ compensation and EH&S managers workers’ compensation reporting efforts.”