A Major Unusual Incident (MUI) (OAC 5123:2-17-02) is defined as an alleged, suspected or actual occurrence of an incident that adversely affects the health and safety of an individual. There are 19 types of incidents defined in the rule that are considered Major Unusual Incidents. All incidents require that:
Immediate action is taken to protect individuals from further harm
An investigation is conducted to determine the cause of the incident and contributing factors
A prevention plan is put in place to reduce the likelihood of future occurrences.
To report an incident of abuse or neglect of an adult or a child