The two Jamaica Public Service Company employees who were linked to an incident which led to the August 27 islandwide blackout are facing more trouble. They have now been charged with wilful negligence. This follows an internal investigation into the circumstances which led to the blackout. The two technicians, who were based at a JPS power plant in Kingston, were suspended shortly after the system shutdown. JPS Chief Executive Officer, Kelly Tomblin, declined to state what disciplinary action has been recommended for the two workers. The OUR yesterday received another report from the JPS on the island wide blackout.