You may need to be checked by a healthcare provider after breathing in the chemical or you have gone through the steps to get the chemical off your body, and your pet may need to be checked by a veterinarian.
The healthcare provider or veterinarian will look for any harmful effects from having come in contact with the chemical.
Call the Poison Control Center at 800-222-1222, call 911, or go to the nearest hospital for treatment if you have decontaminated, have any symptoms, or cannot get the chemical off.
Check the radio, television, your mobile news app, or text message alerts for more information on whether you need to stay put and seal off your space or evacuate if you were not exposed to the chemical. Listen for instructions when it is safe to go outside or take your pet to the veterinarian.