Text alerts set up for businesses

A FREE text alert system is in place for to warn businesses of disruptions in the West Dunbartonshire area, such as traffic problems on the A82, major incidents in the area, or severe weather.

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The move is one of a number of ways the council is supporting businesses to prepare in case an emergency, crisis or disruption.

Councillor Kath Ryall, convener of Corporate Services, said: "Business continuity is about assessing what could go wrong and planning to minimise disruption should the worst happen. We are fully prepared for any crisis thanks to the robust business continuity plan."

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