DEEPWATER HORIZON RESPONSE
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Staying Safe and Healthy on the Job!
For Deepwater Horizon Response Workers
- Pay close attention to safety and health training.
- Use protective clothing, gloves, footwear and respirators as instructed.
- If you feel worried, sick or get injured, get medical attention.
- If you almost get injured, or see any unsafe condition, report that to your supervisor.
- Drink plenty of water before you come to work and drink water regularly while working.
- Take rest breaks in shady areas when possible.
- Pay attention to your stress level and get regular rest.
- If you wear a respirator and it gets soaked, damaged or becomes hard to breathe through, get another one.
- Look out for your buddy’s safety and health.
- Ask your supervisor if you have any safety or health questions.
- National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
TTY: (888) 232-6348
- New Hours of Operation
- Contact CDC-INFO