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Hurricane Matthew Recovery Efforts

Since October 10, 2016, SC OSHA has conducted more than 100 safety intervention inspections with employers, employees, emergency workers and the public. This means SC OSHA employees provided free safety expertise and equipment to help employees and the public ensure their safety as they recovered from Hurricane Matthew.

Approximately 250 hours have been spent addressing such hazards as fall protection, debris removal, flood cleanup and mold. Employees spent most of their time helping out in the South Carolina low country, which received significant wind damage. Staff also has done work in the Nichols area along the Lumber and Little Pee Dee Rivers and in portions of Horry County.

On November 30, 2016, SC OSHA will formally conclude its compliance intervention. However, those still in need of assistance or advice can contact the SC OSHA Office at (803) 896-7665. Those with questions regarding SC OSHA standards can call (803) 896-7661.



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