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This policy aims to provide a basis for the responsible use and/or non use of alcohol by WDUCCC  and is seen as fundamental to the aims of the club.

The club recognises the importance in holding a liquor license in the value it adds to the club, enabling it to generate income and hold social functions, but in doing so the club also accepts the responsibilities and expectations of the community in strictly adhering to the liquor licensing laws.

To ensure the aims of the club are upheld, and that alcohol is managed responsibly by the club and its members, the following requirements will apply when alcohol is served by the club at the club or during a club function.


Serving Alcohol

Alcohol will be served according to the legal and moral requirements of the clubs Liquor License with the safety and well being of patrons the priority.
The Club maintains a current appropriate Liquor License
Only RSA trained servers will serve alcohol
Bar servers do not consume alcohol when on duty
The club does not encourage excessive or rapid consumption of alcohol
When serving non pre-packaged alcohol standard drink measures will be served at all times
The Liquor License and all legal signage will be displayed at the bar
Names of RSA trained bar staff will be displayed
An incident register shall be maintained and any incident recorded
 

Intoxicated Patrons

Alcohol will not be served to any person who is intoxicated or drunk
Servers will follow RSA training procedures when refusing service
Drunk patrons will be asked to leave the premises
 

Underage Drinking

Alcohol will not be served to persons aged under 18
Servers and committee members will ask for proof of age whenever necessary or whenever in doubt
Only photo IDs will be accepted
 

Alcohol Alternatives

The Club recognises that alcohol is not the only revenue stream available and actively encourages the sales of alternative products to that of alcohol.
Tap water is provided free of charge or at a reasonable price
At least four non-alcoholic drinks and one low-alcoholic drink option is always available and are at least 10% cheaper than full strength drinks
The club will avoid player prizes and raffle prizes that have an emphasis on alcohol