Responsible Server Training
Responsible Server Training (RST) is a New York State Liquor Authority-certified program designed to teach anyone who sells or serves alcoholic beverages about how to sell or serve responsibly. RST is considered an environmental strategy. When bartenders or store clerks know how to properly check ID’s, how alcohol affects the brain, signs that a person may be underage, and how behavioral indicators can be used to assess a potential customer, it results in fewer people leaving bars intoxicated, fewer underage youth consuming alcohol, fewer arrests, and more people and property remaining safe.
RST is tailored specifically for on-site premises — places where alcohol is consumed, such as a bar — and off-site premises — such as a store where people purchase alcohol, but do not consume it there.
Sherri Bensley, one of the authors of Responsible Server Training, is the lead trainer and has taught RST to hundreds of bartenders, waitresses, store clerks, business owners, hosts and hostesses across New York state. Contact her by calling 585-331-8742 or firstname.lastname@example.org to get more specific information about RST today or to schedule a class for your employees or co-workers.
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