- 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 management
When the licensee is held personally liable for the acts of their employees under current legislation, up skilling your frontline staff and managers to a higher standard to better manage operationally and account administratively becomes a preferred option.
The development of your Management team in areas of law, legislation, compliance, leadership, management, team building, reporting and many more, allows the manager to develop professionally and personally ensuring their decisions are consistent with corporate objectives and legal requirements. The manager’s effectiveness become the vehicle for change to the strategic focus of the organisation, its vision, mission and values and the driver for standards and service expectations.
Improved performance at every level becomes easier to achieve when a culture of quality is established and used as a foundation on which to build.
The following articles provide some guidelines for the reader on the Duty Manager (Risk & Compliance) Training, Coaching and Mentoring program.
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Establishing a framework for best practice in Risk and compliance management is not a luxury but a necessity for operational and stakeholder accountability. The impact of the Violent Venues program and the introduction of The Liquor Amendment (3 Strikes) Act 2011 effective from 1 January 2012. There is a clear opportunity…
Aligning strategy and operational efficiency will maximise the performance of your Duty Managers. Every training program must have clear measurable outcomes for the individual and for the organisation. The tangible benefits must be evident so you can measure the return on your investment and mitigate business risks, especially in training,…