ANNEX 2 - CONDITIONS CONSISTENT WITH THE OPERATING SCHEDULE
All staff engaged in licensable activity at the premises will receive training and information in relation to the following:
i. The Challenge 25 scheme in operation at the premises, including the forms of identification that are acceptable.
ii. The hours and activities permitted by the premises licence issued under the Licensing Act 2003 and conditions attached to the licence.
iii. How to complete and maintain the refusal register in operation at the premises (in relation to the sale of alcohol).
iv. The operating procedures for refusing service to any person who is drunk, under-age or appears to be under-age, or appears to be making a proxy purchase.
vi. Action to be taken in the event of an emergency, including reporting an incident to the emergency services.
An incident log shall be kept and maintained at the premises which will include a log of the following, including pertinent details:
i. Any incidents of disorder or of a violent or anti-social nature
ii. Any crimes reported to the Police
Records must be completed within 24 hours of any incident, and will contain the time and date, the nature of the incident, the people involved, the action taken and details of the person responsible for the management of the premises at the time of the incident. The logs shall be kept for at least 12 months following the date of entry and be made available for inspection and copying upon request of an authorised officer of a responsible authority.
The proposed licensed premises will be kept securely locked when unattended.
Training shall be recorded in documentary form and shall be regularly refreshed at no greater than 12 month intervals.
Training records shall be made available for inspection and copying at reasonable times upon request of an authorised officer of a responsible authority.
Training records will be retained for at least 12 months.
The proposed licensed premises is currently registered with Exeter & East Devon District Council EHO and has a rating of 4.
The business complies with the EHO requirements and recommendations to ensure public safety in health & safety terms.
There is safe access and egress to/from the premises, along with fire extinguishers and a water hose system in case of fire.
The hours and activities permitted by the premises licence issued under the Licensing Act 2003 and conditions attached to the licence will be adhered to.
The location of the premises and type of sales we intend to make, which will be primarily by prior arrangement or appointment will mean their will be no public nuisance risk. There will be no disruptive noise, traffic, waste or disturbance issues arising from the licensable activities.
There will be in place an age verification policy in relation to the sale or supply of alcohol, which will specify a Challenge 25 proof of age requirement. This means that staff working at the premises must ask individuals who appear to be under 25 years of age, attempting to purchase alcohol, to produce identification. The only acceptable identification documents will be:
- A photo driving licence
- A passport
- An identification card carrying the PASS hologram
Unless such identification is produced the sale of alcohol must be refused.
This policy will include steps taken to prevent adults from purchasing alcohol for or on behalf of children under 18.
Special instructions will be added to courier delivery labels at point of order with the courier to highlight and emphasise awareness and the importance of these requirements.
On our website a "Confirm you are 18" button will be added to permit access to further areas of our website.
At the time an online order for alcohol is placed, a declaration will be required from the person placing the order that the person is over 18 years of age.
All licence conditions pertaining to the online sale of alcohol must be part of the ‘Terms and Conditions’ which must be displayed on the website or any other promotional material and expressly brought to the attention of the buyer at the time of ordering, in particular the right and obligation of the driver to refuse delivery in specified circumstances.
If a delivery driver considers the recipient of alcohol to appear under 25, recognised photographic identification (refer to mandatory conditions) will be requested and must be provided evidencing the recipient to be at least 18 years of age before any alcohol is handed over.