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Drug and Alcohol Testing for Parliamant House - ABC News

9 April 2021 Prominent female Liberal backbenchers calling for politicians to be drug & alcohol tested as part of wider workplace cultural reforms at Parliament House. During their appearance on the ABC's Insiders program, Katie Allen and Sarah Henderson referenced the Safe at Work Report when talking about how to create a safer environment for women at Parliament House. During the interview, Senator Henderson said she had heard talk of drug use within political circles.  "MPs and senators are not that special; ...

Ensure your Responsible Service of Alcohol certificate is from an accredited RTO

26 March 2021 VCGLR approved training organisations provide students with a VCGLR branded certificate upon completion of their Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) course, allowing them to work in licensed venues in Victoria. Any other certificates are not accepted by inspectors. RSA training is mandatory for certain types of liquor licences but as best practice, all staff should be RSA trained. Only three RTOs are currently approved by the VCGLR to deliver online RSA: Access All Areas ...

Working as one - Queensland's liquor accords

26 March 2021 Since the early ‘90s, liquor accords have played an important role in bringing together licensees, regulatory bodies and community groups. Starting in Surfers Paradise, there are now over 70 accords throughout the State including the Northern Peninsula. Accords are voluntary agreements between members who cooperate to develop safe and well-managed environments in and around licensed premises in their area. Membership mainly comprises liquor licensees with local and State Government representatives (including ...

New liquor and gaming signage

10 November 2020 Changes will be made to liquor and gaming signage to increase flexibility, reduce costs and wait times for licensees, and better assist to minimise harm. The changes will take effect from 18 January 2021. New engaging signage designs The new liquor signage meets Australian Standards in relation to colour and pictograms, are visually appealing, and easy to understand. New gaming signage has been developed using research and independently tested for effectiveness in ...

FREE COVID-19 COURSE

8 April 2020 Access All Areas Training is providing a FREE online training course for Food Business and staff. The course provides awareness and what you can do to navigate the Coronavirus crisis.  The course provides government sourced information providing useful tips and solid advice, it is our way of helping our customers survive this crisis we are all facing. Sign up now and start your FREE course !  

RSA NSW Competency ID Card fee increase $1

17 March 2020 As of March 2020, Liquor and Gaming NSW have increased the competency ID card fee, The fee is now $86 and is included in the AAAT course fee: Full RSA NSW  unit - $136 Includes: interim certificate RSA Statement of Attainment Competency ID Card  

COVID19 UPDATE

17 March 2020 To all Access All Areas Training Customers, AAAT is committed to the health and wellbeing of our people, customers and communities.  Online learning provides the opportunity to study in the comfort and safety of your own home. It allows you to actively enhance your skills in readiness to return to the workforce once the threat of COVID19 has subsided.  AAAT has  a Business Continuity Plan in place that includes the ability to have ...

NSW Government announces major liquor law reforms

20 January 2020 NSW Government announces major liquor law reforms On 28 November 2019 the NSW Government announced it will implement certain key recommendations from the Joint Select Committee’s report on Sydney’s night time economy, including a range of reforms to NSW’s liquor laws. The liquor law reforms will be implemented in stages to allow time for consultation where necessary. Initial liquor law reforms are planned to come into effect on 14 January 2020 and include ...

The NSW Digital Driver Licence

18 December 2019   The NSW Digital Driver Licence has gone live across NSW. It might be presented to you as proof of age and identity at licenced venues and events. NSW Police accept the Digital Driver Licence. Security licence holders who tested the Digital Driver Licence found it easy to check. Here’s why: Easily identify under 18s Under-age customers will have an ‘Under 18’ indicator next to their date of birth. This feature was added in ...

L&GNSW Online Bridging course

23 September 2019 Liquor & Gaming NSW is making it faster, easier and cheaper for interstate workers to start working in the NSW liquor industry. Qualified interstate workers only need to complete the new online NSW Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) Bridging course to gain a NSW RSA competency. The course takes only 90 minutes to complete and costs $85. It focuses on the NSW liquor laws, industry best practice and guidance on how to ...

Making changes to interim NSW RSA certificates is now easier

27 November 2018 Changes to an interim NSW Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) certificate that holders may require are now being processed by Service NSW. For example, if a name or date of birth correction is needed, people can now visit a Service NSW centre to have their interim certificate amended. The amendment and proof of identity check will be completed in one transaction and the interim certificate amendment form (CC0300) will no longer be ...

RSA Training for Crowd Controllers

30 July 2018 From 1 July 2018 all licensed crowd controllers working on licensed premises will be required to have Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) training. The RSA course can be completed online and a list of registered training organisations is available online. For further information, please view the Director’s Policy on Mandatory Training. The current RSA course code is SITHFAB002, however if you have competed an RSA course previously, Page three of the ...

Approved Forms of ID Western Australia

28 February 2018 On 20 January 2018 an amendment to the Liquor Control Regulations 1989 will come into effect. The amendment will add a new type of proof of age document to regulation 18A – the hard copy ‘Keypass’ identity card that is issued by Australia Post. Further information on the Keypass card is available at: https://auspost.com.au/id-and-document-services/apply-for-a-keypass-id-card?fm=search-organic

RSA/RCG cardholders can now replace their card online

27 September 2017 Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) and/or Responsible Conduct of Gambling (RCG) competency cardholders can now replace their card online. An RSA/RCG card needs to be replaced if the card has been lost or stolen. The new online form makes it easier for you and your staff to replace a card by eliminating the need to submit a paper form. How to replace an RSA/RCG card: complete the online form if your card has been stolen, ...

New Resources from NSW Food Authority

24 July 2017 The NSW Food Authority is the key front line agency and plays a vital role in educating both industry and consumers when it comes to food allergies. In NSW, all food businesses are required to provide information about the most common allergens, gluten and sulphites through correct labelling and information. A new release version of ' Be Aware, be Allergy Prepared' is available under course resources once you have logged into your ...

NSW Food Authority - Foodwise #43

24 July 2017 Foodwise is a publication provided by the NSW Food Authority which provides the latest updates in relation Food Safety. NSW Food Authority – partnering with the NSW food industry to ensure food is safe in NSW – from paddock to plate CLICK HERE to download your copy. http://www.foodauthority.nsw.gov.au/

New Cellar Door poster available - L&GNSW

27 April 2017 A new Cellar Door poster is available to help educate consumers and international visitors to key wine making areas in NSW on NSW liquor laws. The House Rules poster covers the Cellar Door’s obligations when serving alcohol, and the customer’s obligations when consuming alcohol. The poster is a result of feedback Liquor & Gaming NSW received while conducting Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) refresher education sessions in the Hunter Valley. Cellar ...

Crowd Controllers WA - RSA training mandatory by 2018

9 January 2017 1 July 2018, all crowd controllers who are employed on licensed premises will need to have successfully completed the Responsible Service of Alcohol course. The amended Director’s policy, “Mandatory Training” is attached. Get your RSA certificate NOW ! - Special $35 offer to security personnel. Enter Discount code : SECURITY on payment page

NSW digital licence for RSA/RCG - NEW!

22 November 2016 Liquor & Gaming NSW introduces digital licence for RSA/RCG competency cardholders In a first for Australia, Liquor & Gaming NSW in partnership with Service NSW has introduced a digital licence for Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) and Responsible Conduct of Gambling (RCG) competency cardholders. Individuals can now download the digital version of their card on any smartphone or tablet. Benefits of the digital competency card It is available for existing and new cardholders, providing ...

Party Right !

22 November 2016 New campaign encourages patrons to “party right” A new Liquor Accord campaign is encouraging young people to party right and be aware of their surroundings on a night out. The campaign includes a series of posters that encourage young people to look after themselves and their mates when they’re out. The campaign was developed in partnership with NSW Police from the Tweed-Byron Local Area Command Licensing Unit who wanted to raise awareness of ...

QLD - Irresponsible supply of alcohol to minors

3 November 2016 As Schoolies and end of year celebrations approach, parents and guardians are reminded that the irresponsible supply of alcohol to anyone under 18 is illegal and carries a fine of up to $9,752. Licensees can keep their patrons informed by displaying the campaign poster and LCD signage at their venues. Copies of the materials are available for download at https://www.business.qld.gov.au/industry/liquor-gaming/liquor/awareness-campaigns. For more information about the irresponsible supply of alcohol to anyone under ...

WA Alcohol Interlock Scheme

26 October 2016 Western Australia will introduce an Alcohol Interlock Scheme starting 24 October 2016. With the aim of reducing the road safety risk posed by drink drivers on WA roads, this scheme will be user-pays and apply to high-end and repeat drink drivers. What is an Alcohol Interlock? An alcohol interlock stops a vehicle starting if the driver (or rider) has been drinking. This technology helps people to separate drinking from driving. An alcohol interlock is ...

NSW Eastern Beaches Accord shares creative new campaign

23 August 2016 Eastern Beaches Accord shares creative new campaign Following the successful roll out through the local area of their campaign addressing Fail to Quit laws, the Eastern Beaches Liquor Accord has offered to share resources with other Accords. The Accord received widespread approval from both stakeholders and patrons for the highly creative approach of the education and awareness campaign, which focuses on the $550 fine for failing to leave premises when directed under ...

NSW Annual liquor licence fees

23 August 2016 Liquor & Gaming NSW has cancelled the liquor licences of those licensees who failed to pay by the due date of Monday, 25 July 2016. Licensees can apply to the Secretary of the NSW Department of Justice for a reinstatement of their licence. The outstanding fee plus an application fee of $250 are payable to reinstate cancelled licenses. The Secretary may waive or refund all or part of the fee for a ...

Online refresher training - RSA NSW

23 May 2016 Your NSW competency card expires after five years. Your expiry date is displayed on your card. If your contact details are up-to-date, you’ll start receiving reminders by email and SMS to renew your competencies, like RSA and RCG, 90 days before your card is due to expire. If you hold more than one competency, all expire on the same date. Further information on renewal of the Licensee Training (LT) and Advanced Licensee ...

NEW "PROOF OF AGE" CARD - NSW only

23 February 2016 Australia Post Keypass identity card recognised from 1 March 2016 From 1 March 2016, licensed venues in NSW can accept the Australia Post Keypass identity card as valid evidence of age for patrons. This change will provide young adults with an additional option to prove they are 18 years of age or over. The card is also used for this purpose in most other Australian states and territories. Further information on the ...

FSANZ New Standard

11 January 2016 Getting your health claims right – it’s time to check out how Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) today reminded all food businesses to ensure they are familiar with the requirements of the nutrition and health claims standard, with the transition period for the new standard ending on January 18. FSANZ Acting Chief Executive Officer Peter May said that during the three-year transition period businesses have been able to comply with either ...