PLCB's RAMP Seller/Server Course
PLCB’s RAMP Server/Seller Course
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This course introduces the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB), RAMP, and the roles of each in safe and responsible alcohol service in Pennsylvania.
This course identifies the importance of laws, house policies, and various types of liabilities, and the duties that come with each of these. Alcohol and its effect on the body — mentally and physically — are covered in this course, as are the warning signs of intoxication.
Finally, the identification of minors and the procedures for carding are discussed in detail.
PA Alcohol Server Seller Course
Serving Alcohol in Pennsylvania
RAMP was created by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board to help licensees and their employees to serve alcohol responsibly. RAMP offers practical advice to many licensees such as restaurants, hotels, clubs, and distributors.
Legislation enacted June 18 of 2001 established a voluntary Responsible Alcohol Management Program certification that provides incentives for licensees who participate. Act 26 of 2006 mandates RAMP for any licensee found guilty of sales to minors or visibly intoxicated persons. RAMP is the umbrella used to describe this collection of training and resources available to licensees and their employees. Completion of the program provides certification for two years. In order to comply, you must complete all parts of the program, which include: Owner/Manager Training, Server/Seller Training, New Employee Orientation, Signage, and Affidavit Request.
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