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Recent scenes of panic buying at petrol stations put into focus the country’s – and the economy’s – dependency on fuel. While it is not yet known whether a fuel strike will take place in the coming weeks, you need to think about how your business will cope if one does occur by developing a business continuity plan. Business continuity planning If not already in place, businesses should develop a business continuity plan. This is not just applicable to fuel shortages but any crisis situation. In recent years, severe winter weather, riots and flu have caused problems with employees being