- Lower your club’s exposure to 3 strike risk by ensuring compliance
- Save time and minimise operational costs with state of the art online reporting tools
- Reduce alcohol related incidents through a proven system of incident managemen
“The NSW Government’s Three Strikes disciplinary scheme has provided unprecedented motivation for all licensed venues to lift their game or risk the ultimate” said, Hon. George Souris M.P., Minister for Tourism, Major Events, Hospitality and Racing Minister for the Arts in a Media Release in May 2012.
The Minister indicated, “Licensees need to ensure their premises operate responsibly and safely.” With penalties which are reflected through the imposition and revocation of licence conditions and after the 1st offence is discretionary. Licensees are able to take steps to establish a sound operating framework and introduce those internal efficiencies to reduce Alcohol related incidents. The integration of strategy, structure, policy, procedure, training and proof of concept is what is examined to establish the viable business practices under the 3 Strikes (disciplinary) scheme.
For an obligation free review of your security management program please call Sam Ekinci on 02 9635 0477.
Crucial Changes Impacting Licenced Venues The introduction of The Liquor Amendment (3 Strikes) Act 2011, passed by the NSW Parliament on 9 November 2011 and effective from 1 January 2012, though designed as a disciplinary scheme targeting rogue operations, will certainly force many organisations to review their security, risk and…
On the 1st of August 2012, TAFE NSW SWSi and Allied Risk Solutions launched their partnership at an Industry Forum held at Bankstown Sports Club entitled “3 Strikes You're Out!”. The forum was about: bringing together various stakeholders involved in the Club Industry reviewing challenges and opportunities facing Clubs today…