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Responsible Service of Alcohol, Mandatory for all Crowd Controllers

03-Apr-2018



From 1 July 2018 it is mandatory that crowd controllers employed on licensed premises will need to have successfully completed their Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) training.

Paragon Corporate Training offer this qualification and it is quick and easy to complete online, with no classroom time required. All you'll need is the student guide and theory test (Word doc), which you'll receive upon enrolling into the course.

All you need to do is to complete the test and email it back to us.

To get compliant make sure you visit our RSA page here and sign up today.

Notice from WA Police Licencing Department

Section 103 Liquor Control Act 1988 Regulation about Training People in Responsible Practices

(1) The regulations may —

(a) require persons, or persons of a specified class, who are —

(i) employed or engaged in the sale, supply or service of liquor on or from licensed premises; or

(ii) employed or engaged in the performance of other prescribed functions at licensed premises,

to complete successfully within a specified period a course of training or an assessment, approved

by the Director, in responsible practices in the sale, supply and service of liquor; and

Section 14AD Liquor Control Regulations 1989 Responsible Practices

(4A) & (4B) specifically relate to RSA Training of Crowd Controllers (comes into effect from 01.07.2018)

14AD. Responsible practices in selling etc. liquor, courses on required (Act s. 103A(1)(a))

(4A) A person employed or engaged as a crowd controller in respect of licenced premises (other than licensed premises under an occasional licence) on or after 1 July 2018 is required to complete successfully, within 4 weeks after being employed or

engaged in that capacity, a course of training or an assessment, approved by the Director for the purposes of this sub regulation, in responsible practices in the sale, supply and service of liquor.

(4B) A person employed or engaged as a crowd controller in respect of licenced premises under an occasional licence, where the

anticipated number of patrons is greater than 300, on or after 1 July 2018 is required to have completed successfully, within

6 months before being employed or engaged in that capacity, a course of training or an assessment, approved by the Director for the purposes of this sub regulation, in responsible practices in the sale, supply and service of liquor.

 

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