Responsible Service of Alcohol House Policy
This establishment has a policy to serve patrons in a responsible, friendly and professional manner. Our staff are on hand to assist patrons in their decision to drink in moderation and where appropriate avoid the dilemmas of combining drinking and driving.
Staff will not serve alcohol to any person under the age of 18 years nor any patron to the point of intoxication at any time.
The Management wishes to encourage patrons to inquire about and our staff to promote our extensive range of the following:
- Low and non-alcoholic beverages;
- Food available at all times;
- Tea and coffee: and
- Safe transport program.
Responsible Service of Alcohol:
All of us involved in the service, sale and promotion of alcohol will use our eyes, ears and good judgement to ensure the comfort and safety of all patrons by the application of conduct and procedures to restrict the entry of minors to restricted areas, intoxicated people to the premises and to safely serve, sell and promote alcohol and food to avoid any person on the premises from becoming intoxicated in line with harm minimisation provisions.
In accordance with the State Liquor Act of NSW and the Registered Club Act, Management and staff of the Dubbo RSL Memorial Club will ensure Responsible Service of Alcohol at all times.
Any person who is believed to be intoxicated by alcohol, drugs or misuse of medication, will not be allowed to enter the premises, or if on the premises will be required to leave.
Procedures and standards will be followed to ensure the safety, comfort and wellbeing of all persons on the premises to ensure the highest standard of customer service possible.
This policy was reviewed on and is effective from 8 December 2020.