Responsible Alcohol Management Program (RAMP)
Selling alcohol today is a lot more complicated than just knowing how to mix a good kamikaze or remembering which beers are on special.
If you or your employee serve alcohol to a minor or visibly intoxicated patron, the results could be serious.
Not only could you face administrative and criminal fines and penalties, but you could also be sued in civil court for damages that person might cause after leaving your establishment.
How can you prevent problems like this in your establishment?
What is RAMP Certification?
You and your employees can learn techniques to prevent on-premises problems by becoming RAMP certified. Find out more about the RAMP certification program.
Detecting Fake IDs
The Internet and desktop publishing technology have made fake IDs more difficult to detect than ever before. Learn the FEAR method of carding and other ways to protect yourself from minors.
Signs of Intoxication
It's against the law to serve a "visibly intoxicated patron." Learn to identify problem customers and prevent problems from happening in the first place.