An incident register is a record of certain types of incidents that occur at a licensed venue. As a licensee of certain venues you must maintain an incident register.
Learn more about the benefits of joining an accord, tips to running an accord and fundraising, and resources to support your strategies.
Successfully resolving issues at a local level will prevent complaints escalating to mediation or a formal process.
Liquor Regulation 2018 introduced new training for licensees. See if the training applies to you.
Under an agreement, licensees and staff are to stop a person from entering or staying on the licensed premises.
In NSW, all gambling venues must offer a self-exclusion scheme. Find out what you need to know.
Find out what you can do to promote a culture of responsible gambling and protect people from problems associated with excessive gambling.
The Government operates a Violent Venues Scheme to regulate licensed premises with high levels of assault and other violent incidents.
Licensed venues that repeatedly commit serious offences can lose their liquor licence under NSW's Three Strikes scheme.
Sanctions are triggered when a licensee is convicted of selling liquor to a minor on a licensed premises.