Laws regarding Hospitality Work
RSA – Responsible Service of Alcohol (SITHFAB009A)
All staff involved in the sale, supply, service and or promotion of alcohol need to complete this course. It is vital that they understand the requirements of the Liquor Act & Regulations in order to protect themselves and their employers from civil and criminal liability.
The NSW liquor laws require an Independant, Liquor & Gaming Authority approved Responsible Service of Alcohol course to be completed by:
- all liquor licensees and club secretaries;
- all people involved in the retail sale, supply or service of liquor in licensed venues. This includes promotional staff, club directors, and volunteers serving liquor under a function license.
RCG – Responsible Services of Gambling (SITHGAM006A)
It is a requirement of the Gaming Machines Act 2001 for proposed hoteliers, secretary managers and staff who will have any gaming related functions to have completed the NSW Responsible Conduct of Gambling Course (RCG).
Why Should I Attend?
All people intending to work in hotels, registered club, restaurant and or nightclub should have the basic skills required prior to commencement of employment. Prospective employers would consider it an attractive proposition for a Prospective Employee to have these skills.
If you are new to the Hospitality Industry, it is vital that your knowledge on these subjects is accurate. Your entrance into the industry comes at a most exciting time, with many changes being introduced to increase and improve service standards. It should also provide an edge to any new entrant seeking employment in the Hospitality Industry.