Tag Archives: RSA Certificate Queensland

Factors Affecting Intoxication

RSA staff must understand that intoxication begins when the first drink of alcohol is consumed and commences its passage through the human body. When alcohol builds up in a person’s bloodstream, it can significantly affects the drinker’s understanding of events and their outward behaviour. The body quickly absorbs alcohol. However, the exact time that the […]

Reducing Health Risks Associated With Drinking Alcohol

Most Australians drink alcohol for enjoyment, relaxation and sociability, at levels that cause few adverse effects. However, there are some who drink at levels that increase their risk of alcohol-related harm. RSA staff at licensed venues should understand that alcohol can cause significant ill-health and hardship for some people.

RSA and sobering up

Patrons who are approaching intoxication may try to convince managers and RSA staff of their instant ‘sobering up’ techniques, but there is no easy way to sober up. Sobering up or reducing the alcohol in your body takes time. Most alcohol is broken down by the liver, and the liver can only eliminate one standard […]

Acceptable proof of age

The Liquor Act 1992 prevents the sale or supply of liquor to minors. It also details the specific forms of personal identification (ID) that can be used by licensees, approved managers, RSA QLD staff and security to check a person’s age. The Australian ID Checking Guide details the acceptable proof-of-age ID in each State and […]

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