Health and Safety Standards – Responsible Service of Alcohol

Being a responsible, aware and discerning alcoholic service professional ensures Guests’ health and safety is always prioritised.

5 lesson(s) 1 theory assessment(s)

About this course

The responsible service of alcohol is a practice that prioritises the health and safety of your Guests. It is your responsibility to ensure the health and safety of your Guests. This means that you need to know how to recognise when a Guest has had too much to drink and what you can do to prevent potentially harmful situations from occurring. You’ll learn the correct procedures to follow when dealing with inebriated Guests and how to prevent these problems from happening in your establishment.

What you will learn in this course

  • Serving alcohol responsibly
  • Importance of knowing the law
  • The effects of excessive alcohol consumption
  • Identifying potential problems
  • Ramifications of irresponsible alcohol service

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