Set forth below is recordable injury and illness data for the Unified Command response to the Deepwater

Horizon Gulf of Mexico incident. Response workers have had both non-recordable first aid cases and recordable injuries and illnesses. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations concerning recordability found at 29 CFR Part 1904 were followed in determining whether an injury or illness was considered to be recordable or a first aid case. This data covers the time frame from the beginning of the response on April 22, 2010 up to the present. Some of the incidents 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 Deepwater Horizon response is being managed out of the following locations: New Orleans, Louisiana, Houma, Louisiana, Houston and Mobile, Alabama. This data is reported separately for each of these sites, and some of the injury and illness data below is presented for the sites individually. This log covers occupational injuries and vehicle accidents that incident response workers have reported in the course of their work to respond to the Deepwater Horizon incident. It does include reports by persons employed by local, state or federal government agencies. It does not include reports of injuries arising during or from the incident.

Deepwater Horizon Incident Response Recordable Injury & Illness Data
April 22, 2010 to July 4, 2010

Deepwater Horizon Response - Recordable Injury & Illness Data April 22, 2010 to July 4, 2010
Total Incident Rate (Illness + Injury) Rolling Avg 4-Jul 2.34
Illness

TRIF Illness Rate Rolling Avg 0.64
Injury

TRIF Injury Rate Rolling Avg 1.70
Classification

DAFWC Rate Rolling Avg 0.14

Incidents to Date

First Aid 489 618 Medical Treatment 57 154 Days Away From Work 5 9 Restricted Duty 0 2 1 2 13 TBD** 1337 Total **Incident Classification to be determined Primary Location Illness Injury OnShore 408 511 OffShore 144 273 0 1 03 TBD** 1337 Total **Primary Location to be determined Incident Command Location Illness Injury Houston 2 9 Houma 279 391 New Orleans 3 3 Mobile 202 240 Miami 0 0 Vessel 66 136 0 6 08 TBD*** 1337 Total **Other Location non-command specific ***Incident Classification to be determined

01 BP 02 Contractor 03 Federal/State/local 04 Volunteer 05 Other 06 TBD Parts of Body 01 Head 02 Face 03 Eye 04 Ear 05 Neck 06 Shoulder 07 Back 08 Chest 09 Arm 10 Wrist 11 Hand 12 Finger 13 Stomach 14 Leg 15 Thigh 16 Knee 17 Shin 18 Ankle 19 Foot 20 Toe 21 Skin 22 Other 23 TBD

8 1277 28 1 1 2

131 42 40 0 15 21 93 29 118 20 64 127 118 42 6 28 13 43 42 6 23 1 0

Medical Treatment & Days Away From Work – Recordable Incidents June 27 through July 3

ILLNESS INJURY
Injury Injury Injury Injury Injury Injury

TYPE
Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment

Location 1
Other Mobile Houma Houma Houma Houma

Date of Incident
3-Jul 1-Jul 30-Jun 29-Jun 28-Jun 27-Jun

General Incident Details
Worker slipped and cut finger; 1.5" laceration

Treatment Received

Bandaged; sent to hospital for stitches and antibiotics Worker became seasick; during boat transfer, worker slipped and Transport to hospital; strained shoulder while attempting to hang on to railing of other Prescription pain medication; boat light duty for 1 week While driving along the shoreline, sand gave way, causing UTV to Transported to hospital roll onto passenger side; worker dislocated shoulder Cleaned, dressed, ointment; Worker stepped on submerged nail; puncture wound right foot sent for tetanus shot Worker trying to absorb oil spraying from exhaust unit when cap IV fluids; cervical collar, on exhaust blew off and struck worker on head; 3" cut on forehead oxygen, transport to hospital Worker fell, injured pelvis, both knees, both legs, right shoulder; scratches on left arm about 14" long Put on backboard and taken to ER

3

Medical Treatment & Days Away From Work – Recordable Incidents June 22 through June 26

ILLNESS INJURY

TYPE

Location 1

Date of Incident

General Incident Details

Treatment Received

Injury Injury Injury

Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment

Houma Houma Houma

While cutting grass, worker reached into tall brush and felt stinging on hand; redness, swelling, burning; relief after time 25-Jun Worker's vehicle was rear-ended; neck pain Worker got his foot caught in the riser portal of the foredeck, 25-Jun tripped and fell; forehead swelling, abrasion to bridge of nose and forehead 26-Jun Airboats collided, causing carbon fiber to break off and strike 25-Jun worker on arm and leg; 2 cm laceration on leg 25-Jun 24-Jun 24-Jun 24-Jun 24-Jun 23-Jun 23-Jun 23-Jun

Transported to hospital; kept for observation Sent to ER Cold compress to forehead and c-collar for transport

Injury Illness Injury Injury Illness Injury Illness Illness Injury

Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Days Away From Work Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment

Houma Houma Houma Houma Houma Houma Houma Houma Mobile

Bandaged, transport to hospital; 5 sutures, tetanus shot, Rx antibiotics Vomiting, stomach cramps IV fluids Wake from another boat caused worker to fall; 1" laceration on Cleaned, bandaged, 4 back of head staples, rest Rx-strength Ibuprofen, bed Strained lower back rest for 2 days Nausea, vomiting Aspirin, IV fluids, EKG Wake from another boat caused worker to fall; 1" laceration on Cleaned, bandaged, 4 back of head staples, rest Worker experienced groin pain Took self to ER Nausea, headache, chest pain, fatigue, light headed Transport to hospital Worker placed hand on exposed pipe, which had rough edges and Cleaned and bandaged; cut worker's left hand; laceration on palm transported to clinic Cleaned & bandaged wounds, ice pack, Rx Ibuprofen, bed rest; recommend X-ray Gone to clinic
4

Injury Injury

Medical Treatment Medical Treatment

Houma Houma

Fenders of vessel became lodged in loading gate doors, causing 22-Jun them to be lifted out and on top of worker; bruised rib right side, abrasion to right elbow and right knee 22-Jun Ankle swollen, red & painful

Medical Treatment & Days Away From Work – Recordable Incidents June 17 through June 21

ILLNESS INJURY
Injury Injury Injury Injury Injury Injury

TYPE
Medical Medical Medical Medical Medical Treatment Treatment Treatment Treatment Treatment

Location 1
Houma Houma Houma Houma Houma Houma

Date of Incident
21-Jun 21-Jun 21-Jun 21-Jun 21-Jun 20-Jun

General Incident Details
Swollen right ankle, infected sores on right leg Soreness of right foot; sores on bottom of foot Soreness of left foot; sores between toes Soreness and swelling of feet; sores on feet Sore shoulder from picking up bags Worker was found lying on ground next to chair; was unresponsive; regained consciousness 10 minutes later; dehydration Worker stuck his hand out of the window to stop his vessel from colliding; boats did collide, and worker suffered a severed right hand pinky finger at approximately 3/4 length

Treatment Received
Transported to clinic Transported to clinic Transported to clinic Transported to clinic Transport to hospital for x-ray IV fluids, cool area, transported to hospital

Medical Treatment

Injury

Medical Treatment

Houma

20-Jun

Injury Illness Illness Illness Injury Injury Injury Illness Illness Injury

Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment

Mobile Other Other Houma Other Other Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile

19-Jun 18-Jun 18-Jun 18-Jun 18-Jun 18-Jun 17-Jun 17-Jun 17-Jun 17-Jun

Finger wrapped in moist sterile gauzed and placed in Ziploc bag on ice; IV morphine; transported to hospital Rolled left ankle Transported to clinic Transported to shore Tightness in chest, short of breath, felt faint physician IV fluids, O2, Medevac to Vomiting shore IV saline, Phenergan; O2; dizziness, shortness of breath, arms tingly, difficulty swallowing; transported to hospital Worker struck on back by fire boom releasing from 42 ft. in the air; Transported to hospital; laceration on back stitches While pressure-washing the deck, water pierced worker's boot, Transported to hospital; tissue causing a burn/puncture wound to left foot damage EMS advised stitches and While adjusting side mirror, mirror broke; laceration to thumb tetanus shot required; transport to hospital IV, cool down; given light duty Vomiting, nausea, headache for remainder of day While moving hay bales, worker experienced chest pain, neck Transported to hospital pain, headache, near syncope While restringing crane cable through boom, worker received Transported to medical facility 5 puncture wound to bottom of foot

Medical Treatment & Days Away From Work – Recordable Incidents June 14 through June 17

ILLNESS INJURY
Injury Illness Illness Injury

TYPE
Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment

Location 1
Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile

Date of Incident
17-Jun 17-Jun 17-Jun 17-Jun

General Incident Details
While adjusting side mirror, mirror broke; laceration to thumb Vomiting, nausea, headache While moving hay bales, worker experienced chest pain, neck pain, headache, near syncope While restringing crane cable through boom, worker received puncture wound to bottom of foot Headache, chills Headache, chest pains Possible dehydration; lightheaded, dizziness; weakness Lower back pain While worker cutting hose, wave rocked boat and knife slipped and cut finger. While descending stairs, worker slipped on last step, landing on knee; Swollen area on right hand between thumb and finger Worker's chair broke; bruised ankle & lower back While tying up crew boat, stern line pulled hand through chock; injury to right forearm Heat exhaustion, vomiting, dizziness Bee sting on lip Heat exhaustion

Treatment Received
EMS advised stitches and tetanus shot required; transport to hospital IV, cool down; given light duty for remainder of day Transported to hospital Transported to medical facility Aspirin, 30-minute cooldown; Vitals checked; worker requested transport to hospital Transported to hospital Transported to hospital Transport to hospital Antiseptic, bandage; sent to clinic; received stitch & prescription antibiotic Transported to hospital; xrayed, released; knee not broken, placed on 5 days light duty Ibuprofen, transported to clinic Ice, Ace bandage to ankle; offsite medical treatment Ice, splint, taped; transported to hospital, seeing orthopedist Transport to hospital Transport to hospital Transported to hospital; received 2 units of fluid; 2 days off to rest Hydrate, cool off; transported to hospital; released and given 6 2 days off to rest

Illness Illness Illness Injury Injury

Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment

Mobile Mobile Houma Houma Other

16-Jun 16-Jun 16-Jun 16-Jun 16-Jun

Injury

Medical Treatment

Houma

16-Jun

Injury Injury Injury Illness Injury Illness

Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Days Away From Work

Mobile Houma Other Houma Houma Houma

15-Jun 15-Jun 15-Jun 14-Jun 14-Jun 14-Jun

Illness

Days Away From Work

Houma

14-Jun

Dizziness, shortness of breath

Medical Treatment & Days Away From Work – Recordable Incidents June 11 through June 14

ILLNESS INJURY
Illness Illness Illness

TYPE
Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment

Location 1
Mobile Mobile Mobile

Date of Incident
14-Jun 14-Jun 14-Jun

General Incident Details
Fatigue, drowsiness, fainting; diagnosed as carbon monoxide poisoning Fatigue, drowsiness, fainting; diagnosed as carbon monoxide poisoning Fatigue, drowsiness, fainting; diagnosed as carbon monoxide poisoning Fatigue, drowsiness, fainting; diagnosed as carbon monoxide poisoning Dehydration Arm caught in between vessels; compression injury to wrist Vessel caught fire, direct contact with smoke Vessel caught fire, direct contact with smoke Horsefly bite, abdomen; infected Numbness in arms Nosebleed Boat was hit in the stern; back pain Lost footing going down stairs; wrist abrasion, lower back pain Diabetic nausea, headache, vomiting Stomach pains Possible spider bite Closed door on thumb;

Treatment Received
O2, IV, airlifted to hospital; released same day O2, IV, airlifted to hospital; released same day O2, IV, transported by ambulance to hospital; released same day O2, IV, transported by ambulance to hospital; released same day Transported ER Ice & splint; transported to hospital

Illness Illness Injury Injury Injury Injury Illness Illness Injury Injury Illness Illness Injury Injury

Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Medical Medical Medical Treatment Treatment Treatment Treatment

Mobile Mobile Houma Other Other Houma Houma Houma Other Other Mobile Mobile Mobile Other

14-Jun 14-Jun 13-Jun 13-Jun 13-Jun 13-Jun 13-Jun 12-Jun 12-Jun 12-Jun 12-Jun 12-Jun 12-Jun 12-Jun

Medical Treatment Medical Medical Medical Medical Medical Treatment Treatment Treatment Treatment Treatment

Medical Treatment

Illness Illness Illness

Days Away From Work Medical Treatment Medical Treatment

Houma Mobile Houma

12-Jun 11-Jun 11-Jun

Neck and back pain Stomach pains, vomiting, diarrhea Dehydration; collapsed

Transport to clinic O2, transported to hospital Vitals checked, O2; transported to hospital Transported to hospital Transported to hospital Transported to hospital Transported to hospital Transported to hospital Ice pack, ace bandage, Tylenol, Ibuprofen; Transport to shore Hospital visit; CT scan showed mild stroke (undetermined how recent); pain shots; 2 days rest Transport to hospital Vitals checked, IV, transport 7 to hospital

Medical Treatment & Days Away From Work – Recordable Incidents June 7 through June 10

ILLNESS INJURY
Injury Injury Injury Injury Illness Illness Injury Injury Illness Injury Illness Injury Illness

TYPE
Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment

Location 1
Houma Houston Houma Other Houma Houma Houma Houma Houma Houma Houma Houma Mobile

Date of Incident
10-Jun 10-Jun 10-Jun 9-Jun 9-Jun 9-Jun 9-Jun 9-Jun 9-Jun 8-Jun 8-Jun 8-Jun 8-Jun

General Incident Details
Boat he was sitting on hit another vessel; neck & shoulder pain Bottom lip swollen, possible insect bites While crossing boom, worker lost footing and twisted ankle

Treatment Received
Transport to hospital Cortisone shot Ice, transport to clinic

While pulling boom onto boat, worker's foot slipped and he landed Vitals checked; transported to on anchor; 6" abrasion to right arm, pain in right side and back hospital Chest pains Chest pains As driver was pulling trailer with personnel back to West Beach, turned short and trailer hit employee; back & neck pain As driver was pulling trailer with personnel back to West Beach, turned short and trailer hit tent; as worker jumped away to avoid contact, twisted back Heat exhaustion, minor cramps, sweating, erratic behavior Medic checked BP, heart rate; transported to hospital Vitals taken, sent to hospital

Transported to medical, BP checked

Injury Injury Injury Illness

Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment

Houma Houma Houma Mobile

7-Jun 7-Jun 7-Jun 7-Jun

Transferred to hospital, discharged While picking up wood, worker got a splinter in hand ER for splinter removal Hydrocortisone; sent to Swollen left eye Ophthalmologist for 2nd opinion Worker slipped from bus; lower back pain Transport to hospital IV Fluids; recommended Dizziness, disorientation, dehydration worker go home and rest for remainder of day Transported to hospital, antiDuring heavy rain, worker lost control of vehicle and crashed into inflammatory shot, prescribed ditch. Back & neck pain pain killers Cleaned, 1 staple to hold While cutting a tie-strap, knife slipped; 3/4" laceration on stomach closed, bandaged Transported to hospital; antiWorker lost control of vehicle, crashed into ditch; back & neck inflammatory shot, prescribed pain pain killers Vitals checked; transported to Dizziness, tightness in neck 8 hospital

Medical Treatment & Days Away From Work – Recordable Incidents June 4 through June 7

ILLNESS INJURY
Injury Illness Illness Injury Illness Injury Injury

TYPE
Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment

Location 1
Mobile Mobile Houma Houma Other Other Mobile

Date of Incident
7-Jun 7-Jun 6-Jun 6-Jun 6-Jun 6-Jun 6-Jun

General Incident Details

Treatment Received

While crimping, piece worker was crimping slipped out and sprung Transported to hospital; 2 up and struck worker's temple area; laceration on temple area stitches Worker exposed to heavy vapors while onboard NOAA vessel on 6/3/10; been having chest pains and headaches since Itching arms Air-lifted to hospital no treatment; worker went to hospital Arm in sling; transport to urgent care IV, drink fluids, rest in AC space

Injury

Days Away From Work

Mobile

6-Jun

Illness Injury Injury Injury Injury Illness

Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment

Mobile Houma Houma Other Houma Mobile

6-Jun 5-Jun 5-Jun 5-Jun 4-Jun 4-Jun

While unloading boom, worker tripped on piece of wood; shoulder pain, possible dislocation Hand cramping, red-faced, heavy sweating, dizziness, elevated blood pressure, heat stress While on ladder, deck based slipped out and worker fell off ladder; Wrapped knee injured knee Transported to hospital; Dizziness, shakiness; dehydrated received IV fluids; released to return to work next day EMT transported to clinic; Back pain released with medication; return to work 6/8/10 Transported to hospital; Dizziness, fainted twice; elevated blood sugar, elevated blood evaluated at hospital and pressure; returned to work Occupants transported to Vehicle broke a drive shaft; driver lost control and rolled vehicle hospital Pressure dressing; transport Faulty knife opened in worker's pocket; 2" laceration to hospital; 6 staples Worker struck on head by boom hanging on the troller; pain and Transported to hospital numbness throughout left side of body Worker was sitting on the tailgate of a pickup truck when he had a Transported to hospital; seizure; fell off tailgate; laceration and contusion on head stayed overnight, released Cool down, IV fluids, Heat exhaustion; failure to take blood pressure medications 9 transported to hospital

Medical Treatment & Days Away From Work – Recordable Incidents May 30 through June 3

ILLNESS INJURY
Illness Injury Injury Injury

TYPE
Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment

Location 1
Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile

Date of Incident
3-Jun 3-Jun 3-Jun 3-Jun

General Incident Details
Allergic reaction to sage; turned red, got hot, itched all over, started clearing throat Rash on chest, red & irritated Insect bite on buttocks, swelling Reaction to insect bite

Treatment Received
Epinephrine injection Prescription topical cream Transported to hospital; antibiotics and antihistamines Epinephrine injection, IV Benadryl

Injury Injury Injury Injury Injury Injury Illness Injury

Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment

Other Houma Houma Houma Other Mobile Mobile Mobile

2-Jun 2-Jun 2-Jun 2-Jun 1-Jun 31-May 31-May 30-May

Injury

Medical Treatment

Mobile

30-May

Injury

Medical Treatment

Mobile

30-May

Injury

Medical Treatment

Mobile

30-May

Worker engaged a hydraulic rope winch and his fingers got caught between the rope and the spool. Left fifth finger last joint amputated except for small amount of skin; fourth and middle finger, small lacerations Lightning strike Transported to hospital Lightning strike Transported to hospital Lightning strike Transported to hospital Life-flight offsite; IV Worker fell overboard during crew transfer; injured shoulder holding administered, Ativan & to transfer rope Phenergan While moving a large misting fan, fan slipped and exposed sharp Transported to hospital; 12 edge of the fan housing cut worker across left forearm stitches IV fluids, transport to Medical Vomiting, stomach cramps Center Transported to hospital, While in van en route to job site, van rear-ended; neck, jaw, ear prescribed medication; pain released to work Transported to hospital, While in van en route to job site, van rear-ended; neck, jaw, ear prescribed medication; pain released to work Transported to hospital, While in van en route to job site, van rear-ended; neck, jaw, ear prescribed medication; pain released to work Transported to hospital, While in van en route to job site, van rear-ended; neck, jaw, ear prescribed medication; pain 10 released to work

Medical Treatment & Days Away From Work – Recordable Incidents May 29 through May 30

ILLNESS INJURY
Injury

TYPE
Medical Treatment

Location 1
Mobile

Date of Incident
30-May

General Incident Details
While in van en route to job site, van rear-ended; neck, jaw, ear pain While in van en route to job site, van rear-ended; neck, jaw, ear pain While in van en route to job site, van rear-ended; neck, jaw, ear pain While in van en route to job site, van rear-ended; neck, jaw, ear pain While in van en route to job site, van rear-ended; neck, jaw, ear pain While in van en route to job site, van rear-ended; neck, jaw, ear pain While in van en route to job site, van rear-ended; neck, jaw, ear pain While in van en route to job site, van rear-ended; neck, jaw, ear pain While in van en route to job site, van rear-ended; neck, jaw, ear pain While in van en route to job site, van rear-ended; neck, jaw, ear pain Heat exhaustion Worker bent down to pick up a clamp, and when he stood up, hit his head on the prop, giving him a laceration on the top of his head

Treatment Received
Transported to hospital, prescribed medication; released to work Transported to hospital, prescribed medication; released to work Transported to hospital, prescribed medication; released to work Transported to hospital, prescribed medication; released to work Transported to hospital, prescribed medication; released to work Transported to hospital, prescribed medication; released to work Transported to hospital, prescribed medication; released to work Transported to hospital, prescribed medication; released to work Transported to hospital, prescribed medication; released to work Transported to hospital, prescribed medication; released to work Oral fluids, IV, O2; transported to hospital

Injury

Medical Treatment

Mobile

30-May

Injury

Medical Treatment

Mobile

30-May

Injury

Medical Treatment

Mobile

30-May

Injury

Medical Treatment

Mobile

30-May

Injury

Medical Treatment

Mobile

30-May

Injury

Medical Treatment

Mobile

30-May

Injury

Medical Treatment

Mobile

30-May

Injury

Medical Treatment

Mobile

30-May

Injury Illness Injury

Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Days Away From Work

Mobile Houma Houma

30-May 29-May 29-May

11

Medical Treatment & Days Away From Work – Recordable Incidents May 24 through May 28

ILLNESS INJURY
Illness

TYPE
Days Away From Work

Location 1
Houma

Date of Incident
28-May

General Incident Details
Strong pain in neck; may be due to pre-existing conditions

Treatment Received
Transported to hospital No treatment onsite, took self to hospital; treated overnight at hospital with medication and returned home

Injury

Medical Treatment

Mobile

28-May

While exiting boat onto dock, worker felt knee pop

Injury Injury Injury Injury

Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Days Away From Work Medical Treatment

Houma Houma Houma Mobile

27-May 27-May 27-May 27-May

Injury Injury Injury

Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment

Mobile Other Mobile

27-May 26-May 26-May

Injury

Medical Treatment

Mobile

26-May

Injury

Medical Treatment

Mobile

26-May

Injury

Medical Treatment

Mobile

26-May

Injury

Medical Treatment

Mobile

26-May

Sent to hospital Medic attempted to drain site Worker noticed swelling & heat in right knee. of infection; sent to hospital Worker climbed over wooden rail and slipped from support brace; Transported to hospital; given injure neck, left hip, left leg 3-4 days away from work Pressure bandage, While cutting rope on boom, wave hit boat; knife slipped and transported to Medical Center, stabbed worker in arm; IV Transported to ER, Insect bite on hand prescription antibiotics; released to work Treated at Hospital; follow up Neck & left arm sore, loss of movement & strength at chiropractor Transported to hospital, Worker driving bus, which was hit by Nissan truck; pain and/or treated with prescription injury medication Transported to hospital, Worker driving bus, which was hit by Nissan truck; pain and/or treated with prescription injury medication Worker driving bus, which was hit by Nissan truck; driver slammed Transported to hospital, on brakes, causing workers to fly forward and land on each other; treated with prescription pain and/or injury medication Worker driving bus, which was hit by Nissan truck; driver slammed Transported to hospital, on brakes, causing workers to fly forward and land on each other; treated with prescription pain and/or injury medication Worker driving bus, which was hit by Nissan truck; driver slammed Transported to hospital, on brakes, causing workers to fly forward and land on each other; treated with prescription 12 medication pain and/or injury

Right jaw, ear & tooth pain. Appears to be a possible insect bite

Medical Treatment & Days Away From Work – Recordable Incidents May 24 through May 26

ILLNESS INJURY
Injury

TYPE
Medical Treatment

Location 1
Mobile

Date of Incident
26-May

General Incident Details
Worker driving bus, which was hit by Nissan truck; driver slammed on brakes, causing workers to fly forward and land on each other; pain and/or injury Worker driving bus, which was hit by Nissan truck; driver slammed on brakes, causing workers to fly forward and land on each other; pain and/or injury Worker driving bus, which was hit by Nissan truck; driver slammed on brakes, causing workers to fly forward and land on each other; pain and/or injury Worker driving bus, which was hit by Nissan truck; driver slammed on brakes, causing workers to fly forward and land on each other; pain and/or injury Nausea, vomiting, headache, dizziness Nausea, vomiting, headache, dizziness Nausea, vomiting, headache, dizziness Nausea, vomiting, headache, dizziness Nausea, vomiting, headache, dizziness Nausea, vomiting, headache, dizziness Laceration injury on left ring finger on nail bed side

Treatment Received
Transported to hospital, treated with prescription medication Transported to hospital, treated with prescription medication Transported to hospital, treated with prescription medication Transported to hospital, treated with prescription medication

Injury

Medical Treatment

Mobile

26-May

Injury

Medical Treatment

Mobile

26-May

Injury Illness Illness Illness Illness Illness Illness Injury Injury Injury

Medical Treatment 06 06 06 06 06 06 First First First First First First Aid Aid Aid Aid Aid Aid

Mobile Other Other Other Other Other Other Other Other Houma

26-May 26-May 26-May 26-May 26-May 26-May 26-May 25-May 25-May 25-May

Days Away From Work Days Away From Work Medical Treatment

Injury Illness Injury Illness

Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment

Mobile Houma Mobile Mobile

25-May 24-May 24-May 24-May

Transported to hospital; stitches, Rx antibiotics & pain med Worker was going from one vessel to another when a wave caused Transport to hospital; 2 days him to slip, hit head on rail. off work for rest Transport to hospital; Worker noticed rash on both arms and neck after completing cortisone shot to clear up beach cleanup. rash EMS recommended worker Sand blown in eyes, eyes irritated see physician; prescription antibiotics Worker helping reel in fire boom and complained of pain/cramps in IV fluids; transport to Urgent stomach Care Treated at ER, Rx Lortab, ice Knee pain of unknown origin pack, stay off knee 13 Dizziness, disorientation, slurred speech Transported to hospital

Medical Treatment & Days Away From Work – Recordable Incidents May 19 through May 24

ILLNESS INJURY
Injury Injury Injury Injury Injury Illness Injury Injury Injury Injury Injury Illness Injury

TYPE
Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment

Location 1
Mobile Mobile Houma Houma Mobile Mobile Mobile Houma Houma Mobile Other Mobile Other

Date of Incident
24-May 24-May 24-May 23-May 23-May 23-May 23-May 23-May 23-May 22-May 21-May 21-May 21-May

General Incident Details
Insect bite; possible staph infection Inhalation of aerosol paint fumes; lost voice; severe inflammation of throat and lungs Neck pain; sunburn, severe blisters Rash on arm, back, face Spider bite on leg; heat, redness, tightness Fainted Insect bites on legs; areas became swollen Small rash on arm, spread to back and face Insect sting on arm, allergic reaction Right arm pain Swelling on left foot Worker squatted for 3-4 minutes; upon standing, worker passed out for 30 seconds

Treatment Received
Treatment at hospital; antibiotics administered Medication from physician, cortisone shot Transported to hospital Transported to hospital Transported to hospital O2, IV, transported to hospital Transported to hospital; Rx given Transported to hospital antiseptic, Benadryl; transported to hospital Transported to Med. Center

Injury

Medical Treatment

Houma

21-May

Injury Illness Injury Injury

Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment

Houma Mobile Mobile Other

20-May 20-May 20-May 19-May

Evaluated & released; followup with neurologist recommended Worker brushed leg against rusty frayed steel cable; laceration on bandaid; transported to doctor shin for tetanus shot While offloading bags of contaminated beach material into dumpster, bag slipped back and hit worker on shoulder; worker fell Transported to hospital to the ground, hitting his head on the dumpster; back and neck pain Sent to urgent care for Changing Tire felt pain treatment Vitals checked, O2; Weakness; diabetic transported to hospital Bug bite, swelling, tightness, warmth of skin, clear liquid oozing Transported to hospital, from bite mark treated and released Transported to hospital; 6 Hand laceration with safety knife 14 stitches

Medical Treatment & Days Away From Work – Recordable Incidents May 12 through May 18

ILLNESS INJURY
Illness Injury

TYPE
Medical Treatment Medical Treatment

Location 1
Mobile Mobile

Date of Incident
18-May 18-May

General Incident Details
Pre-existent seizure condition triggered by dehydration While lifting boom, worker's shoulder was dislocated

Treatment Received
IV fluids to cool core body temperature, released to parents' care Transported to hospital, shoulder reduced at hospital Treated by EMTs, released from work for rest of day and following day; advised to drink more water and take more frequent breaks Hydrate, cool off; transported to hospital Medical treatment, antibiotics

Illness

Days Away From Work

Mobile

18-May

Headache, hot, dizziness, weakness, nausea

Illness

Medical Treatment

Mobile

17-May

Worker reported numbness in hand Operator had staph infection on right arm. Ship's Captain believes operator was using an electric cleaning wheel with wire bristles and one of the bristles became imbedded in operator's arm. Captain believes operator did not properly clean the wound.

Injury

Medical Treatment

Other

16-May

Injury

Days Away From Work

Mobile

16-May

Back pain

Transported to hospital; diagnosed with pulled muscle, given injection; told not to return to work until 5/19/10

Injury

Medical Treatment

Other

15-May

Worker rolled foot laterally to the outside; he heard a "squishing" sound and felt pain to the left side of his foot. He removed his boot Ice, recommended diagnostic and noticed swelling to the top left of his foot; he noted that he X-ray had a fracture in the same area three years previously. While picking up trash in grassy area, worker exposed to poison ivy; Worker was throwing a line to another vessel to which they were tying; he was diagnosed (MRI) with tear to the large tendon in his shoulder. While unloading boom, worker experienced chest pains Heat stress/fatigue/dehydration

Injury Injury Illness Illness

Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment

Mobile Other Mobile Houma

14-May 13-May 13-May 12-May

Sent home to see personal physician Vitals checked; transported to hospital Medic administered IV, and fluids. Rested for a while, and 15 released.

Medical Treatment & Days Away From Work – Recordable Incidents April 23 through May 10

ILLNESS INJURY
Illness Illness Injury Injury Injury

TYPE
Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment Medical Treatment

Location 1
Houma Houma other Houma Mobile

Date of Incident
10-May 10-May 10-May 8-May 8-May

General Incident Details
Person collapsed at the safety training Worker feeling weak/ill; went back to hotel to rest. She sought local medical assistance and obtained Rx meds Worker cut finger IP crushed thumb in the ship's freezer While loading a dispersant plane employee lost control of a hose under tension - 2-in cut above the right eye; Employee was cutting wood header from door frame with reciprocating saw; the saw seized and kicked causing employee to loose grip on saw pinching his pinky finger between saw and blade guard. Worker had weakness & cramping in legs, shortness of breath, and became sweaty; IP was checking spray nozzles on airplane, sprayed in face with dispersant when he took a nozzle off the boom under pressure; When IP put on his gloves, he received a spider bite; IP reported chest pain; Heat-related illness, motion sickness IP was dehydrated and exhibited signs of heat stress Biologist attempted to remove cat from cage; cat bit finger IP’s right index finger was lacerated at the mid joint while working on AC unit; compound fracture IP experienced a cut to the inside of small finger IP struck around the knees & chest by a winch handle – stitches & possible fracture (not involved in response) Breaking glass tube on IH sample tube, cut finger Worker slipped on steps (going down); injured back & knee

Treatment Received
Transported to hospital; IV fluids

6 stitches Medevac to shore Went to Hospital, 10 stitches He was treated at ER, given meds, & released with no work restrictions EMS administered 500cc normal saline IV, oxygen, and worker rested; worker was not allowed to complete his work day Transport to Hospital, given Rx & return to work Transport to Hospital; 72 hours off transported to hospital for evaluation Transported to hospital by helicopter IV rehydrating solution Received medical attention, given antibiotics. Transported to Hospital Transported to Hospital; 8 stitches Transport to Hospital; stitches in shin; patella fracture

Injury

Medical Treatment

Mobile

8-May

Illness

Medical Treatment

Mobile

7-May

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Houma Mobile Mobile Other Mobile TBD Houma Houma Other Other Other

7-May 7-May 6-May 6-May 5-May 5-May 4-May 4-May 3-May 28-Apr 26-Apr

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25 Medical Treatments resulting from Multi-car Collision on 5/5/10

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