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Contingency planning - John C. Kirk

Jan. 15th, 2011

09:24 pm - Contingency planning

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From:johnckirk
Date:January 19th, 2011 05:14 pm (UTC)
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I think you're right about the big supermarkets, but I have seen smaller shops (e.g. newsagents) open during powercuts - they get enough natural light from outside, and the staff keep pen and paper next to the till. I think that you can still open the cash drawer when the power's off (if you have the key). This tends to work best at shops where they know all the prices (or use stickers) rather than relying on barcodes.
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