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When should an employee begin assessing guests for signs of intoxication?
When a guest first arrives at the establishment.
Civil penalties may include which of the following?
Payment of damages.
What should you do to verify that an ID belongs to a guest?
Compare the guest to the physical characteristics on the ID.
A person who is talking or moving slowly is demonstrating what sign of intoxication?
Slowed reaction time
Which food is mostly likely to slow the absorption of alcohol into the bloodstream?
If you become aware of drug activity in your establishment you should:
When a guest’s face becomes red after having a few drinks the cause is?
Loss of body heat.
What percentage of alcohol is passed through the small intestine into the bloodstream?
Two guests who were happy upon arriving at your establishment are now beginning to argue. You don’t sense any immediate
danger to you or other guests. What should you do?
Notify your manager to determine what to do.
What is the purpose of an ID reader?
To display information from barcodes or magnetic stripes.
A person who is losing their train of thought is demonstrating what sign of intoxication?
When should you write an incident report?
Immediately after the incident.
John drank 6 12-ounce beers from 9 p.m. to 12 a.m. How many drinks still remain in his bloodstream?
An ID with a raised photo is an example of