THIS IS A DRILL for GENERAL EMERGENCY - Tuesday, October 00, 2017 PLANT HATCH has declared a General Emergency.

  • Plant Hatch

    General Emergency - The most serious of the four NRC classifications. Radioactive material could be released outside the plant site. State and local authorities will take action to protect the public. Sirens may be sounded and local radio and television stations will provide information and instructions. If you're in an affected area, you will be notified by your state and local officials about any actions you need to take.
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  • Plant Hatch

    Alert - An event has occurred that could reduce the plant's level of safety. There should be no danger to the public. County and state officials will be involved and prepared for any necessary response. You will not need to take any actions unless directed to by state and local officials. Safety is the first priority at all nuclear plants – safety of plant operations, safety of employees, and most importantly, safety of plant neighbors.
    En Español
  • Plant Hatch

    Site Area Emergency - An event has occurred that could involve major problems with the plant systems. Local radio and television stations in the area will provide information and instructions. If you're in an affected area, you will be notified by your NOAA weather radio and state and local officials about any actions you need to take.
    En Español
  • Plant Hatch

    Unusual Event - A notification of unusual event classification means there is a minor problem at the plant. Because of strict federal regulations, many situations occur that qualify as unusual events. Unusual events pose no danger to the public. You will not need to take any actions unless directed to by state and local officials.
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For information about activities and conditions in the area surrounding Plant Hatch:

  • Call the Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA) at 1-800-879-4362 or 404-635-7200

For information on current conditions at Plant Hatch:

  • Call our recorded information line at 1-800-262-5283