SRVright.com Alcohol Training Website Launched
Backup Training, a leading computer-based training company has launched a new training website - www. SRVright.com for online alcohol servers, retailers and other establishments. This website will provide convenient and affordable, 24x7 online training plus documentation and tracking tools for management.
SRVright.com is intended to cater to the training needs of companies and establishments such as: bars, taverns, restaurants, hotels, grocery stores, liquor stores, wine and beer shops, convenience stores and others. "SRVright.com adds a whole new dimension to our business," stated Rick Gallia, Backup Training's Director of Operations. "We have been one of the industry pioneers in computer-based training for law enforcement. Although it's a different industry, we achieve the same essential objectives with this program; serious but great training, affordable and available anytime, anywhere. Getting consistent training to match complicated worker schedules can be a logistical and documentation nightmare for many businesses. So we also provide a bonus feature: free tracking and documentation tools for management," he added.
In development of SRVright, Backup Training turned to some industry experts for insight as to what is needed. "Effective training is essential in the operation of an establishment serving or selling alcoholic beverages," notes Jerry Jolly, a Consultant with spirits industry leading law firm Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman. Jolly is also a former Director of California's Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, so he knows the risks and challenges well. "Any sale or service has the potential to put a company's business at risk from fines, penalties, revocation of license, civil and even criminal liability. Everyone involved with the business needs to be well trained to manage those risks and mitigate their exposure. Responsible beverage service is truly about both public safety and risk management. There is really a common goal among regulator and the regulated, and it is centered on training."