RMLV Assessment - Short Answer Step 1 of 6 16% Your DetailsName* First Last Email* Phone* 1. Which of the following are examples of approximately one standard drink?*Select all that apply 200ml of table wine One nip (30ml of spirits) One 375ml can of bourbon and coke One 375ml stubbie of regular beer One 375ml can of mid strength beer 2. Provide three examples of action that can be taken by the Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation in relation to a breach of the Liquor Act 1992.*3. Complete the questions below to indicate the principle activity and type of licence required for these venues.3a. Motel*Principal ActivityType of License3b. Nightclub*Principal ActivityType of License3c. Brewery*Principal ActivityType of License3d. Hotel*Principal ActivityType of License3e. Restaurant*Principal ActivityType of License4. Identify three types of patrons who cannot be sold or supplied alcohol in Queensland.*5. What are 3 acceptable forms of ID in Queensland?* 6. Why isn’t a birth certificate acceptable proof of age?*7. Special trading hours and conditions apply on which days for serving of alcohol in licensed venues?*8. What are the ordinary trading hours for licensed premises in Queensland (other than those to which an airport or casino relates)?*9. How do you decide whether a patron is ‘unduly intoxicated’?Choose one answera) Keep count of the number of drinks consumedb) Their blood alcohol level is above 0.05c) By observing the patron’s behaviourd) Counting the number of drinks and the length of time the patron has been drinkinge) The length of time the patron has been drinking10. Provide four circumstances of when minors are allows on licensed premises.* 11. What should you consider when making changes to the premises? For example, when increasing the area.*12. Provide two examples of responsible hospitality practices.*13. Provide two examples of irresponsible practices.*14. How long is the ‘grace period’ at closing time?*15. A patron (Paul) buys a drink for his friend (Fred) who has already been refused services for being intoxicated. The licensee and staff of the premise have no knowledge this is occurring. Who is at fault?*Choose one optiona) Fredb) Paul who bought the drinkc) Both Paul and Fredd) The bar attendante) The licenseef) The duty managerg) Paul, the bar attendant, the manager and the licensee 16. Non-exempt minors are able to enter a bottle shop and purchase soft drink or snack food?*TrueFalse17. Which of the following people would be a responsible adult in relation to a minor?*Select all that apply a) Parent b) 20-year-old with a 17-year-old girlfriend c) 20-year-old with a 17-year-old wife or de facto partner d) 20-year-old minding a four-year-old brother 18. If security at the front door has already checked a patron’s ID, bar staff who have a concern about the patron’s age should also check the ID.*TrueFalse19. It is okay to serve liquor to young people over 16 years in a restaurant, if they are having a meal with their parents.*TrueFalse20. An Exempt minor can approach a public bar to purchase non-alcoholic beverages and snacks.*TrueFalse 21. The holder of a commercial hotel licence can advertise their on-premise consumption price in the local paper.*TrueFalse22. When must an Approved manager be present on licensed premises?*23. List two basic conditions that have been imposed on most licensed premises situated in catchment areas near indigenous communities and one example of a stricter condition.23a. Example of two basic conditions imposed*23b. Example of one stricter condition imposed*That's the end of the assessment. Please click the submit button below to send your answers to your instructor.EmailThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.