Responsible Use of Alcohol – Server’s Training
The Campus Assistance Program (CAP) provides free training to LSUHSC students, residents, staff and faculty to comply with CM-36 – Guidelines for the Responsible Use of Alcohol at LSU Health Sciences Center. This policy states that alcohol may be served for special events on- and off-campus sponsored by LSUHSC with written authorization from the Dean, Chancellor or authorized designee. Guidelines for the responsible use of alcohol must be followed at such events, including limiting direct access of alcoholic beverages to individuals who have completed approved server training.
Responsible Vendor Program
Act 1054 of the 1997 Regular Session of the Louisiana Legislature enacted Revised Statute 26:931 through 26:939 to establish the Responsible Vendor Program to educate vendors, their employees, and customers about selling, serving, and consuming beverage alcohol, tobacco and tobacco products and to prevent the misuse, illegal use, and abuse of alcohol. The LSUHSC Responsible Use of Alcohol Server’s Training is established to meet the requirements of an approved training course under the Louisiana Responsible Vendor Program. Server permits are valid for a period of four years from the completion of an approved alcohol training course.
For more information regarding the Louisiana Alcohol & Tobacco Control (ATC) Responsible Vendor Program, visit http://atc.la.gov/responsiblevendor.cfm or call (225) 925-7683.
There is no charge for LSUHSC students, residents, staff and faculty to attend a Server’s Training course.
Server’s Training courses are held several times per year. Please contact CAP at (504) 568-8888 or firstname.lastname@example.org for details on available courses or if you would like to set up a course for your department, class or group. The courses are not open to the public.
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