‘Responsible Service’ – November 2014 Newsletter

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The Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation’s newsletter Responsible Service November edition has been released:

Minister’s message
As 2014 winds down, the Queensland liquor and gaming industry is gearing up for its busiest time of the year.
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Executive Director’s message
The festive season is fast approaching so I encourage you all to be prepared for the busy days ahead.
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Safe Night Precinct Snapshot
The Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation now emails a regular e-newsletter to all stakeholders involved in Safe Night Precincts (SNPs).
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Networked ID scanners must be sourced from approved operators
To comply with the Liquor Act, licensees that are required to install networked ID scanners must operate approved ID scanners from an Approved Operator.
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New requirements for maintaining closed-circuit television (CCTV) equipment
As of 1 October 2014, new obligations exist for licensees who are required to operate CCTV at licensed premises.
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Ensure your venue security providers are licensed
Several OLGR compliance officers are appointed inspectors under the Security Providers Act 1993. This means they can check security providers and related matters while conducting inspections at licensed premises.
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Bundaberg and Bargara Liquor Accord’s ‘Project Night Life’ continues to impart the right message
The Bundaberg and Bargara Liquor Accord is continuing to help young people from local schools make the right decisions, through their ‘Project Night Life’ initiative.
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