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RSA Staff: Avoid Prosecution by Asking for IDs By Pretty/Ugly DesignPub and Bar staff, in fact any staff of licenced venues need to be aware of the danger of notasking patrons for proof of their age, especially patrons who look under 23.While it is often easy to overlook serving a minor when the venue is busy, extra attention mustbe given to people who look like that may be around their early twenties to make sure nounderage patrons slip through the cracks.It is important to remember that the Responsible Service of Alcohol legislation dictates that barstaff, security staff etc. – anyone that serves alcohol must ensure that they do not serve minorsor face fines of up to $8000.Even just allowing underage patrons into licenced premises could cost bar staff $10,000 in finesand the management could receive an even bigger fine.It is illegal for a person under the age of 18 to be found in possession of, or drinking alcohol in apublic place or to be found entering and remaining in a venue that supplies alcohol. Peopleunder the age of 18 are only permitted in a licensed venue under certain circumstances, suchas a underage function approved by the Victorian Commission for Gambling and LiquorRegulation, with a responsible adult who is over 18 years, they reside on the premises, areengaged in a training program in hospitality or training for the purposes of employment or workexperience or unaccompanied, in a licensed restaurant during ordinary trading hours (7am to11pm).If a person under the age of 18 is found to be breaking any of the laws outlined above, they mayalso be fined $500. 1/2
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