The Hospitality Messenger

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Special Edition No.8

The Hospitality Messenger is very conscious of WA’s liquor, hospitality, event and tourism industries being hit hard by the current COVID-19 situation and is committed to providing as much support as possible.

M  A  N  D  A  T  O  R  Y

NEW COMPULSORY TRAINING REQUIREMENT

Yesterday afternoon the State Government announced that when the time comes for venues to re-open, all staff working at them will need to have completed new COVID-19 hygiene training.

Unfortunately, during his live announcement the Premier said that there is no indicatation as yet when venues will be able to re-open.  However, the introduction of the two-tiered training seems to be an encouraging step.

The primary tier of basic training will be for all staff.

A second and more detailed course will be required for managers and supervisors of venues.

There will be no cost to licensees or staff to complete the training and it will be available online.

The Hospitality Messenger urges licensees to make arrangements for the training to be completed as soon as possible so as to be ready for when the green light is given to resume trading. You can access information about completing the training here.

Did you know…

Licensed venues that are not trading or are closed to the public remain licensed premises and must still comply with licensing laws.  Inspections could still occur and fines issued for non-compliance.

Are you ready? – PART 2

Following on from the last edition of The Hospitality Messenger, in relation to licensees maximising on the time being provided by the current shutdown to review, revise and refresh their businesses, the following are additional things that should be considered in that regard.

The new obligatory hospitality and tourism training regime will cover the following:

  • Understanding COVID-19 and venue restrictions
  • Reporting personal health issues
  • Maintaining personal and work environment hygiene practices, specific to COVID-19
  • Reducing cross contamination through procedures, specific to COVID-19
  • Effective cleaning and sanitising practices, specific to COVID-19

The recent article regarding business inoculation published by Lavan may assist many in the liquor, hospitality, tourism and event industries.  It can be accessed here.

Special COVID-19 ETP option

To support social distancing guidelines and contactless delivery options, the Director of Liquor Licensing has introduced a six month ETP option for licensees of liquor stores, hotels (without a separate drive through) and clubs, to allow for the sale of liquor from a carpark or other external area adjacent to the licensed premises.  Applications will be fast tracked and the application fee waived.  Local council approval may still be required.  Click here to apply.

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AUTHOR
Jessica Patterson
Partner
AUTHOR
Dan Mossenson
Emeritus Partner
AUTHOR
Alec Weston
Senior Associate
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09 September 2020
06 August 2020
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06 August 2020
26 June 2020
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2 August 2018
20 March 2018
27 March 2018
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25 June 2018
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17 September 2018
27 September 2018
11 October 2018
26 October 2018
14 November 2018
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21 December 2018
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