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Savannah, Georgia, United States

Updated: October 9, 2022 10:18 AM
A single vehicle crash has caused a power outage in the area of Anderson Street and Montgomery Street Saturday evening. Savannah Police say the vehicle struck power poles and damaged a building, but there are no serious injuries. According to a Georgia Power outage map, 263 customers... See More are without power. Estimated restoration time is 9:00 p.m.

Outage link: outagemap.georgiapower.com
Source: wtoc.com
Published: 2022-10-08
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I’m currently in the vet because my
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As Hurricane Ian moves past our area, power outages are being reported in both Coastal Georgia and the Lowcountry. As of 8:15 p.m., there are about 1,600 outages on Wilmington Island, according to Georgia Power. Another 2,000 have been reported in Georgetown, about 200 elsewhere in Savannah... See More and sporadic outages elsewhere. Update 4:40 a.m.: Dominion Energy is reporting nearly 1,000 outages in Beaufort County. Georgia Power says more than 9,000 people in the area are without power. update: 6:15 a.m. Currently, Georgia Power reports about 200 outages in Savannah, with other sporadic outages stretching all the way to Statesboro.

Georgia Power outage map: outagemap.georgiapower.com
Dominion Energy outage map: outagemap.dominionenergysc.com

Source: wjcl.com
Published: 2022-09-30
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Several thousands of people are without power after a storm moved through Coastal Georgia Thursday afternoon. According to Georgia Power, more than 4,200 outages are reported just on Tybee Island, with about 2,000 more scattered throughout Savannah, Garden City, Pooler and Thunderbolt.

Outage link: outagemap.georgiapower.com
Source: wjcl.com ... See More
Published: 2022-07-07
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1. The company does not have a COVID-19 plan. 2. Employees are not required to wear face coverings when working around other employees or serving customers. 3. The company does not screen employees before entering the workplace. 4. Management requires employees to come to work despite testing... See More positive or showing signs and symptoms of COVID-19. 5. The company does not require the practice of social distancing, by employees, when applicable.


Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2022-01-11
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1. The employer is not following the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control, such as allowing employees exiting the isolation unit while still wearing their PPE and not cleaning/sanitizing the unit properly.


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1.) The employer is not requiring restaurant/bar staff to wear face coverings while on duty. 2.) The employer is allowing staff to work after they have tested positive for COVID-19. 3.) The employer is not informing non-infected staff when other staff members have tested positive for COVID-19.... See More There have been (5) infected employees with-in the last 30 days at this location. 4.) The employer is not conducting contact tracing to determine if staff is being infected at work. 5.) The employer is not mandating sanitation or proper cleaning to prevent the spread of COVID-19.


Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-08-13
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1. The employer is not requiring employees who are showing signs of the COVID-19 virus to be tested 2. The employer is not proving N-95 mask to employees to affected employees (who are working with COVID-19 positive residents.

Alleged Hazards: 2, Employees Exposed: 20
Source: Osha.gov |... See More Receipt Date: 2021-08-05 See Less
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1. Respiratory protection is not provided to employees cutting and grinding on concrete components (e.g. bridge pilings), thus exposing employees to respiratory hazards. Location: Yard Area 2. Hand protection is not provided to employees handing liquid concrete, thus exposing employees to skin irritation hazards. Location: Yard Area... See More 3. Hearing protection is not provided to employees working around high-noise producing machinery (e.g. concrete pourers), thus exposing employees to noise hazards. Location: Yard Area 4. There are pieces of strap metal with sharp edges scattered across the ground, thus exposing employees to laceration injuries. Location: Yard Area 5. Appropriate eye protection is not provided to employees conducting oxygen/propylene torch cutting operations on steel braided cables, thus exposing employees to optical radiation hazards. Location: Yard Area and Welding Department 6. There are approximately eight (8) oxygen and propylene gas cylinders that have damaged and corroded gas cylinder pressure regulators, thus exposing employees to a fire hazard. Location: Yard Area and Welding Department 7. Local exhaust ventilation is not provided to capture welding fumes, thus exposing employees to respiratory hazards. Location: Welding Department 8. There is an accumulation of concrete dust on surfaces (i.e. walls, desks, and floor) within the office, thus exposing employees to respiratory hazards. Location: Quality Control Building 9. The male restroom is not maintained in a sanitary condition in that there is feces, dust, and dirt on the walls of the restroom, thus exposing employees to biological hazards. Location: Adjacent to the Quality Control Building 10. Soap or a similar cleaning agent is not maintained in the male restroom, thus exposing employees to biological hazards. Location: Adjacent to the Quality Control Building 11. The employer has not provided silica training to employees that handle concrete, thus exposing employees to respiratory hazards. Location: Yard Area 12. Deep puddles of rainwater are located throughout the ground area, thus exposing employees to a slip, trip, and fall hazards. Location: Yard Area 13. The employer has not implemented the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines as they relate to the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) into the workplace to include providing face coverings and practicing social distancing by ensuring employees maintain six (6) feet from each other. Location: Throughout the Workplace

Alleged Hazards: 13, Employees Exposed: 15
Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2020-11-09
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