Participation in the S.T.O.P. Training Workshop Helps Your Business and Your Business Image!
The S.T.O.P. training course is structured so that your staff acquires sensitivity and competence in serving alcoholic beverages to your customers and in properly handling every establishment’s nightmare – the “problem customers”.
Participation in S.T.O.P. makes good business sense because it:
Reduces the chance of an employee putting you in legal jeopardy by selling alcohol to an intoxicated patron
S.T.O.P. Can save you money on dram shop and 3rd party liability insurance premiums
Positions your business as part of the solution to alcohol abuse, thus generating goodwill and community cooperation on issues important to your business.
Why Your Business Needs S.T.O.P!
S.T.O.P. training decreases the risk of selling alcohol to an intoxicated customer whose actions could result in serious injury to persons and property and result in an expensive liquor liability lawsuit against your business.
Many insurance companies provide discounts to alcohol-awareness certified establishments.
S.T.O.P. certification is evidence that your business has taken positive steps to encourage responsible drinking.
S.T.O.P. certification is evidence that your alcohol beverage servers have been trained effectively in the responsible service of alcohol.
What is S.T.O.P?
S.T.O.P. is a carefully developed program to train servers and sellers how to serve alcohol responsibly.
S.T.O.P. training program was developed by Mr. Frank J. Faubert, who had previously certified several thousand servers of alcohol under another program. He became dissatisfied with several aspects of that program and as a result he developed his own “real world” program that many feel is superior in all respects to its competitors.
S.T.O.P. trains servers and sellers to identify the signs associated with alcohol abuse and intoxication and to intervene with patrons in an effective and professional manner.
The four main focal points of this course are; *how to check ID’s, *how to prevent underage drinking, *how to prevent drunk driving, and *review of the state’s alcohol rules and regulations.