National Guidance on Alcohol Promotions - Off-licensed premises
15 May 2019
This guidance sheet is about alcohol advertising, promotions, activities and events that are likely to be considered acceptable or unacceptable in off-licensed premises under the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012. The Act has offences and penalties for certain ‘irresponsible’ alcohol promotions or activities.
The Drugs in Bars Guide is for alcohol licensees and managers who have a duty to be responsible hosts to all customers, including those using substances like illicit drugs or medicines. The guide explains how having good policies, processes, responses, and training can reduce problems and harm to customers. It provides information about drug law and how to reduce substance-related problems in on-licensed premises.
This resource was developed by the NZ Drug Foundation, supported by Te Hiringa Hauora/Health Promotion Agency. More information about this guide can be found on the NZ Drug Foundation’s website here or you can order free copies from their resources page here. The resource can also be downloaded from the Foundation’s website and below.
National Guidance on Alcohol Promotions - On-licensed premises
1 November 2018
This guidance sheet is about alcohol advertising, promotions, activities and events that are likely to be considered acceptable or unacceptable in on-licensed premises under the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012. The Act has offences and penalties for certain ‘irresponsible’ alcohol promotions or activities.
Early Intervention Addiction Plan 2013–2017 by Te Hiringa Hauora/Health Promotion Agency outlines where Te Hiringa Hauora can contribute to achieving a broader and more integrated addiction intervention system.
This document is only available online or to download.
An A4 guideline document about safe zones at large events. It is for event organisers and Safe Zone providers and helps them plan for and provide a Safe Zones for intoxicated patrons at large events, as part of an Alcohol Management Plan. These Guidelines supplement, and should be used in conjunction, with the Guidelines for Managing Alcohol at Large Events from Te Hiringa Hauora/Health Promotion Agency which recommends that it is sensible for organisers of large events to provide a safe place for intoxicated patrons.