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Deep Water Data July 4

Deep Water Data July 4

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Deepwater Horizon Incident ResponseRecordable Injury & Illness Data
April 22, 2010 to July 4, 2010
Set forth below is recordable injury and illness data for the Unified Command response to theDeepwaterHorizon Gulf of Mexico incident. Response workers have had both non-recordable first aidcases and recordable injuries and illnesses. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration(OSHA) regulations concerning recordabilityfound at 29 CFR Part 1904 were followed in determiningwhether an injury or illness was considered to be recordable or a first aid case. This data covers thetime frame from the beginning of the response on April 22, 2010 up to the present. Some of theincidents represented by the data below are still being investigated and are subject to future changes.The Unified Command will update this data when additional information becomes available.At this time the DeepwaterHorizon response is being managed out of the following locations:New Orleans, Louisiana, Houma, Louisiana, Houston and Mobile, Alabama. This data is reportedseparately for each of these sites, and some of the injury and illness data below is presented for thesites individually.This log covers occupational injuries and vehicle accidents that incident response workers havereported in the course of their work to respond to the DeepwaterHorizon incident. It does includereports by persons employed by local, state or federal government agencies. It does not includereports of injuries arising during or from the incident.
 
DeepwaterHorizonResponse-RecordableInjury&IllnessDataApril22,2010toJuly4,2010
Total Incident Rate(Illness + Injury) -Rolling AvgTRIF Illness Rate -Rolling AvgTRIF Injury Rate -Rolling AvgDAFWC Rate -Rolling Avg
4-Jul2.340.641.700.14
Incidents to DateIllnessInjury
First Aid48961801 BP8Medical Treatment5715402 Contractor1277Days Away From Work5903 Federal/State/local28Restricted Duty0204 Volunteer1
13 TBD**
1205 Other1
Total
06 TBD2
Primary LocationIllnessInjury
01 Head131OnShore40851102 Face42OffShore14427303 Eye40
03 TBD**
0104 Ear0
Total
05 Neck1506 Shoulder2107 Back93
Incident Command LocationIllnessInjury
08 Chest29Houston2909 Arm118Houma27939110 Wrist20New Orleans3311 Hand64Mobile20224012 Finger127Miami 0013 Stomach118Vessel6613614 Leg42
08 TBD***
0615 Thigh6
Total
16 Knee2817 Shin1318 Ankle4319 Foot4220 Toe621 Skin2322 Other123 TBD0
ClassificationParts of Body1337**Incident Classification to be determined***Incident Classification to be determined1337**Other Location non-command specific1337**Primary Location to be determined
 
Medical Treatment & Days Away From Work –Recordable IncidentsJune 27 through July 3
3
ILLNESSINJURYTYPELocation 1Date ofIncidentGeneral Incident DetailsTreatment Received
InjuryMedical TreatmentOther3-JulWorker slipped and cut finger; 1.5" lacerationBandaged; sent to hospital forstitches and antibioticsInjuryMedical TreatmentMobile1-JulWorker became seasick; during boat transfer, worker slipped andstrained shoulder while attempting to hang on to railing of otherboatTransport to hospital;Prescription pain medication;light duty for 1 weekInjuryMedical TreatmentHouma30-JunWhile driving along the shoreline, sand gave way, causing UTV toroll onto passenger side; worker dislocated shoulderTransported to hospitalInjuryMedical TreatmentHouma29-JunWorker stepped on submerged nail; puncture wound right footCleaned, dressed, ointment;sent for tetanus shotInjuryMedical TreatmentHouma28-JunWorker trying to absorb oil spraying from exhaust unit when capon exhaust blew off and struck worker on head; 3" cut on foreheadIV fluids; cervical collar,oxygen, transport to hospitalInjuryMedical TreatmentHouma27-JunWorker fell, injured pelvis, both knees, both legs, right shoulder;scratches on left arm about 14" longPut on backboard and takento ER

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