On-Line CA Responsible Beverage Service Training Available!
Our new California Responsible Beverage Service (RBS) Training and Certification is now On-Line.
Just don't have time sit in a class? Maybe you like to learn at your own pace. Training your way, on your time and your device. We have solutions that fit your needs.
What is RBS Training?
Between October 1, 2006 and March 31, 2009, the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) operated under a grant from the Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) which was designed to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of Responsible Beverage Service (RBS) training programs, as utilized by the ABC and other public and private RBS providers throughout the state.
RBS training is a community-based approach to promote public safety and to reduce risks associated with the retail alcohol environment. RBS has three essential elements: the adoption of alcohol-service policy for ABC-licensed establishments; the providing of server education and guidance; and the development of partnerships between law enforcement, local government and community groups.
Through a grant, the Director of the ABC established the RBS Training Advisory Board, a body tasked with reviewing the latest literature and scientific research findings for presenting effective RBS training programs, and making curriculum recommendations. The Advisory Board was made up of representatives from the hospitality industry, educational organizations and community-based non-profit organizations (RBS Advisory Board). The Advisory Board recommended standardized RBS educational objectives and provided guidance to the Director for the establishment and publication of best practices curriculum guidelines and instructional techniques (RBS Best Practices).
Project SAFER takes great pride in having turned the RBS Best Practices into engaging, practical and informative training courses for anyone involved in the sale or service of alcoholic beverages.
Things you will know:
Our courses deal with the responsible service of alcohol beverages and techniques that are important to protecting yourself, your establishment, and your customers from alcohol-related incidents before they occur.
- The governmental bodies involved with making and enforcing alcohol service rules and regulations
- How your business and service relates to the community
- Administrative, criminal & civil liabilities and their consequences
- Recognize and validate legal forms of ID
- Techniques to prevent sales to minors & intoxicated persons
- How to detect & estimate various levels of intoxication
- Ways of protecting yourself, your employer and others impacted by your alcohol service
SeaCrest Oceanfront Hotel
Our staff always enjoys Kim’s trainings! Despite it being a very serious topic, she makes it fun and engaging so our team can remember the content and can apply it appropriately to keep our patrons and community members safe. We appreciate her friendly teaching style and role-playing activities that give our staff the confidence they need to deal with any situations that may arise.
Project SAFER offers an amazing Responsible Beverage Training program. Executive Director Kim O’Neil has put together a program that not only educates our crew about alcohol beverage laws, but how to apply them in the real world. Serving alcohol, we are potentially dealing with life and death. When a PizzaMan Dan’s crew member graduates from a Project Safer class, I am confident that they understand the alcohol laws and their responsibility to our customers and the community.