Liquor harm minimisation campaigns
Promoting and enhancing community safety and responsible alcohol use is an important consideration for liquor licensees. The Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation (OLGR) works closely with Queensland's liquor industry to develop campaigns that:
- promote the responsible supply and use of alcohol
- increase awareness and education of liquor harm minimisation practices
- encourage a change to the drinking culture in Queensland.
Current OLGR harm minimisation campaigns include:
- 'Most expensive drink' - educating parents, step-parents and guardians about the penalties for irresponsibly supplying alcohol to under 18s.
- 'Follow the law' - refreshing the responsible service of alcohol (RSA) knowledge of liquor licensees and hospitality staff.
OLGR provides artwork for the above campaigns (including posters and LCD images) for you to use free-of-charge.
About the 'Follow the law' campaign
All liquor licensees and most staff involved in the service of alcohol must be certified in RSA. 'Follow the law' is a series of 5 online RSA refresher courses featuring a cast of colourful characters. Together they highlight:
- underage drinking and young people at licensed venues
- checking for identification
- disorderly behaviour
- unduly intoxicated behaviour
- unacceptable and illegal promotions.
Download 'Follow the law' signage
To educate your staff, display the following 'Follow the law' posters in your staff tearooms, meeting rooms and other common areas. Use these posters in conjunction with our online RSA refresher courses.
About the 'Most expensive drink' campaign
The new 'Most expensive drink' campaign replaces the 'No minor offence' campaign. It highlights the laws about, and penalties for, irresponsibly supplying alcohol to people aged under 18 years.
In Queensland, it is illegal to supply alcohol to anyone under 18 years of age at a private place (such as the family home):
- if you are not the 'responsible adult'
- you are not providing 'responsible supervision' of their consumption.
This campaign educates and reminds people that it is illegal to supply alcohol to someone under 18, for them to drink while unsupervised in a private place. Depending on the circumstances, supplying alcohol to someone aged under 18 years could result in a fine of $10,092. (Fine amount current from 1 July 2017.)
For more information about irresponsibly supplying alcohol to under 18s, visit www.qld.gov.au/mostexpensivedrink.
Download 'Most expensive drink' signage
Licensees can actively support the 'Most expensive drink' campaign. To educate your customers, display the following 'Most expensive drink' poster and LCD screen image in your licensed venue (including bottleshops and locations where takeaway alcohol is sold).
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Buying for under 18s?
Irresponsibly supplying alcohol to under 18s is illegal and fines apply. $10,092
To understand the law, and find out more about under 18s and alcohol, visit qld.gov.au/mostexpensivedrink.
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Buying for under 18s?
It could be the most expensive drink you'll ever buy. Irresponsible supply is illegal. Fines of up to $10,092 apply.
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- Find other compliance signage for licensed venues.
- Read more on minors and under-age drinking at licensed premises.
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- Learn more about our gambling awareness campaigns.
- Last reviewed: 03 Oct 2017
- Last updated: 22 Nov 2017