By CBS3 Staff

NEWARK, N.J. (CBS) — The PSE&G released its plans Saturday for when Hurricane Isaias hits New Jersey. The electrical services company will have extra personnel to deal with outages and other damages.

(Credit: PSEG)

PSE&G has several ways customers can report outages.

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Customers can report outages online by clicking here or check outages on PSE&G’s outage map. Customers can also report outages using PSE&G’s app, texting “REG” to register, “OUT” to report an outage, “STAT” to check on the status of restoration and “Y” to confirm an outage if asked to 47734.

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Customers can also call the company’s customer service line at 1-800-436-PSEG.

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The hurricane is expected to hit the Northeast by Tuesday.