Alcohol Game Plan for bar staff - Managing alcohol in clubs

Free

This is a short guide for people working behind the bar in clubs with a club licence to serve and supply alcohol. It outlines key requirements, such as, only serving alcohol to club members or guests of members, and host responsibility strategies and interventions. 

View the PDF here.

Alcohol Game Plan for club committees - Managing alcohol in clubs

Free

This is a short guide for club committees and managers with a club licence to serve and supply alcohol. It outlines key requirements about the law, such as, only serving alcohol to club members or guests of members, club alcohol and host responsibility policies, bar staff training, alcohol management plans, and penalties and fines. 

View the PDF here.

Clubs toolkit

Free

If you are a club and would like to order a copy you MUST contact your local licensing inspector, public health officer or Police Alcohol Harm Prevention Officer who will deliver the resource to your premises.  

LICENSEES CANNOT DIRECTLY ORDER THIS TOOLKIT.

Only licensing inspectors, public health officers and Police Alcohol Harm Prevention Officers can order physical copies of this resource.

This resource is available as a booklet to download or as a folder resource. It provides an overview of the legal obligations and responsibilities of premises with alcohol on-licences. The folder resource has space to collate all relevant information in one place. The toolkit includes templates, forms and checklists that can also be downloaded in PDF form from the alcohol.org.nz website (https://www.alcohol.org.nz/licensed-premises-templates-checklists).

The booklet can also be download from alcohol.org.nz website (https://www.alcohol.org.nz/sites/default/files/field/file_attachment/6.1%20AL1164%20Clubs%20Toolkit.pdf)

Guidelines for Managing Alcohol at Large Events

Free

The Guidelines for Managing Alcohol at Large Events book provides best-practice models and other guidance information. It is for individuals and agencies involved with ensuring that alcohol consumption at large events is managed legally and effectively

View Guidelines for Managing Alcohol at Large Events PDF.

Guidelines for Patron Welfare at Large Events

Free

These Guidelines replace the old Guidelines for Safe-zones and have been developed to help event organisers take a proactive, prevention-first approach and deliver safe events for patrons, from a whole-of-event perspective, to complement the emergency services provided by healthcare professionals. Event organisers can draw on its recommendations during their operational risk management planning for the event.

View Guidelines for Patron Welfare at Large Events PDF.

Have your say about alcohol in your community

Free

This booklet explains how to have a say about the sale and supply of alcohol in your community. 

View the Have Your Say about Alcohol in Your Community PDF.

National Guidance on Alcohol Promotions - Off-licensed premises

Free

This guidance sheet about is alcohol advertising, promotions, activities and events that are likely to be considered acceptable or unacceptable in off-licensed premises under the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012. The Act has offences and penalties for certain ‘irresponsible’ alcohol promotions or activities.

View Alcohol Promotion – Off License in PDF.

National Guidance on Alcohol Promotions - On-licensed premises

Free

This guidance sheet about is alcohol advertising, promotions, activities and events that are likely to be considered acceptable or unacceptable in on-licensed premises under the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012. The Act has offences and penalties for certain ‘irresponsible’ alcohol promotions or activities.

View National guidance on Alcohol Promotions - On Licensed premises in PDF

 

Objecting to a licence to sell or supply alcohol

Free
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This guide is for people who are concerned about an application for a new or renewed alcohol licence in their community. It will help you decide whether to make an objection to a licence, and lead you through the objection and hearings process under the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012.

View the PDF here.

Off-licensed premises toolkit

Free

If you are a licensee and would like to order a copy you MUST contact your local licensing inspector, public health officer or Police Alcohol Harm Prevention Officer who will deliver the resource to your premises.  

LICENSEES CANNOT DIRECTLY ORDER THIS TOOLKIT.

Only licensing inspectors, public health officers and Police Alcohol Harm Prevention Officers can order physical copies of this resource.

This resource is available as a booklet to download or as a folder resource. It provides an overview of the legal obligations and responsibilities of premises with alcohol off-licences. The folder resource has space to collate all relevant information in one place. The toolkit includes templates, forms and checklists that can also be downloaded in PDF form from the alcohol.org.nz website (https://www.alcohol.org.nz/licensed-premises-templates-checklists).

The booklet can also be download from alcohol.org.nz website (AL1128)

 

On-licensed premises toolkit

Free

If you are a licensee and would like to order a copy you MUST contact your local licensing inspector, public health officer or Police Alcohol Harm Prevention Officer who will deliver the resource to your premises.  

LICENSEES CANNOT DIRECTLY ORDER THIS TOOLKIT.

Only licensing inspectors, public health officers and Police Alcohol Harm Prevention Officers can order physical copies of this resource.

This resource is available as a booklet to download or as a folder resource. It provides an overview of the legal obligations and responsibilities of premises with alcohol on-licences. The folder resource has space to collate all relevant information in one place. The toolkit includes templates, forms and checklists that can also be downloaded in PDF form from Licensed Premises Templates and Forms at resources.alcohol.org.nz website here.

The booklet can also be download from Alcohol Research and Publications at resources.alcohol.org.nz website here.

 

Safer bars and restaurants - A guide to Crime Prevention through Environmental Design

Free

Safer bars and restaurants – A guide to Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED) provides guidance information for licensees and their staff to assist in establishing and maintaining a safe and secure environment in pubs, taverns, hotels, bars, restaurants, cafes and clubs.

View Safer bars and restaurants - A guide to Crime Prevention through Environmental Design in PDF.

Safer bottle stores - A guide to Crime Prevention through Environmental Design

Free

Safer bottle stores - A guide to Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED) provides guidance information for licensees and their staff to assist in establishing and maintaining a safe and secure environment in bottle stores.

View Safer bottle stores - A guide to Crime Prevention through Environmental Design in PDF.

Straight up Guide to Standard Drinks pamphlet

Free

A pamphlet that explains what a standard drink is and shows how many standard drinks are in a range of types of alcoholic drinks.  

View Straight up Guide to Standard Drinks PDF.