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Tips for Handling Intoxicated Guests

Stephen Brockman

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Stephen Brockman | March 15, 2016 | 0

Have you ever had to deal with a drunk customer? It’s not fun, and the consequences of over serving patrons can be dire.

A person with a BAC of 0.08% is considered legally impaired. While intoxication is affected by many factors, after 4 or 5 drinks a 160-pound person may be legally drunk. The most common type of alcohol consumption, binge drinking, is consuming 4 to 5 or more drinks during a single occasion.

In the 38 states with dram shop laws, establishments can be held liable for resulting injuries if they sell or serve alcohol to visibly intoxicated patrons. Responsible service training empowers owners and employees with the skills to serve alcohol responsibly and follow relevant laws.

Let’s take a look at ways you can slow the rate of intoxication, assess guests’ level of intoxication, and respond to signs of intoxication.


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