|Topic:||Re:No power in Power Road|
|Posted by:||Adrian Irving|
|1973 was, if my memory serves, the year of the three day week. There were severe restrictions on the use of electricity in order to conserve coal stocks so you can see why the insurance companies were let off the hook.|
Back in the day it did not affect my business very much as everything was recorded on paper and the phones still worked.
If I am honest it was quite good fun. For a laugh we used to ask a colleague to make us a cup of tea. Off they would trot to the kitchen only to face howls of laughter when they returned to the front office having forgotten there was no power.
Different story today though and I do feel for you.
Apart from the loss of business is the attitude of ‘big business’ when things like this happen that can get to you.
Instead of saying ,terrible sorry, we will get straight on to it and sort it out, they are terrified of admitting they are at fault and ask blooming stupid questions .ie are you insured, do you have a written contingency plan, are there any health and safety issues etc. You want to scream!
Good luck with it anyway Debbie.
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|No power in Power Road||13/08/15 11:28:00||Debbie Leon|
|Re:No power in Power Road||13/08/15 11:45:00||Georgina Flint|
|Re:Re:No power in Power Road||13/08/15 12:02:00||Alison Neary|
|Re:No power in Power Road||13/08/15 12:18:00||Loraine Pemberton|
|Re:Re:No power in Power Road||13/08/15 12:51:00||Elizabeth Ross|
|Re:Re:Re:No power in Power Road||13/08/15 13:14:00||Loraine Pemberton|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:No power in Power Road||13/08/15 13:19:00||Elizabeth Ross|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:No power in Power Road||13/08/15 13:23:00||Loraine Pemberton|
|Re:No power in Power Road||13/08/15 12:53:00||Adrian Irving|
|Re:Re:No power in Power Road||13/08/15 12:58:00||Elizabeth Ross|
|Re:Re:Re:No power in Power Road||13/08/15 13:18:00||Julian Pavey|
|Re:No power in Power Road||17/08/15 08:57:00||Francis Rowe|
|Re:Re:No power in Power Road||17/08/15 12:50:00||Ken Munn|