Personnel at a Houston-area BP refinery spent a day reviewing safety measure after a steam release injured two pipefitters this week.
The review held Wednesday was part of a program implemented following a 2005 explosion that killed 15 workers and injured 170 more at the same refinery.
No units were shut down during the "safety standdown" that followed Tuesday's steam accident, BP spokesman Michael Marr told The Galvelston County Daily News.
Marr did not immediately return a Thursday message from The Associated Press seeking an update on the conditions of the injured pipefitters, who were transported to hospitals after the accident.
They were injured Tuesday while working on a pipestill, a stack of pipes that carry steam and petroleum products through the refinery. One worker had burns over 30 percent of his body.
BP says the refinery is the third-largest in the U.S. and produces 3 percent of the nation's gasoline supply.