Applied Environmental Health & Safety, Inc. (AEH&S) is proud to have been a part of this historic response. AEH&S personnel were assigned to both marine and land operations. Personnel were tasked with writing Job Safety Analysis (JSA), monitoring weather, training and tracking injuries.
As Site Safety Officers at the Panama City, Florida command center for the BP oil spill we dispatched 16 staff members and logged hundreds of hours monitoring employee heat stress, observing safety hazards during beach clean up and boom deployment on both land and sea.
NIOSH released the ninth, and final, interim report highlighting the findings and
recommendations from the health hazard evaluation of Deepwater Horizon response workers.
All of the interim reports and sampling and health symptom survey data are available at http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/oilspillresponse/gulfspillhhe.html.
More information on NIOSH's involvement in the Deepwater Horizon Response can be found at http:www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/oilspillresponse.
The Deepwater Horizon Roster Summary Report is now posted on the NIOSH website and can be found at: