Serving It Right Exam Test Module 3 Responsible Beverage Service

Serving It Right Exam Test Module 3 Responsible Beverage Service quiz questions answers. Serving It Right Canada B.C.’s Responsible Beverage Service Program. There are a total of 25 questions with no time limit that might help your Serving It Right permit practice test.

The general ambience and physical environment in which alcohol is served is directly linked to rates of alcohol consumption and the subsequent behaviour of patrons. A professional environment promotes responsible consumption of alcohol and can make a difference in the types of behaviour that patrons think are acceptable.

Serving It Right Exam Test Module 3 Responsible Beverage Service

Serving It Right Exam Test Module 3 Responsible Beverage Service

Name of the Test Serving It Right Exam
Test Type Practice Test
Topics Covered Module 2″ Intoxication and Impairment
Total questions 14
Passing marks 80%
Time Limit N/A
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Module 3 Responsible Beverage Service

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Why is a written Establishment Policy important? Select all that apply.

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Match the server’s statement with the best practice it promotes.

“Our soft drinks are free of charge for your table’s designated driver.”

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Which of the following are best practices to follow when creating the Policy?

Choose one or more options.

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You should keep incident reports in a binder for easy access and copying.

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Recollections of the incident should be gathered from all staff who were present at the event.

Select the correct answer.

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Seek contact information from other witnesses to the incident, such as patrons and bystanders.

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You've been working at this bar for a few years and know most of the regular patrons. A patron who usually comes in with his pool team has come into the bar alone, and doesn't seem as sociable as usual. He's not seated in your section. What should you do? Select the best option.

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What are the three components of an effective RBS program?

Select all that apply.

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An intoxicated patron sitting with friends is creating a disturbance and refuses your polite, but firm request that she leave the premises.

What should you do? Select the best option.

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Match the server’s statement with the best practice it promotes.

“I’ll keep your drink behind the bar for you while you’re in the washroom.”

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Match the server’s statement with the best practice it promotes.

“I highly recommend our honey garlic wings. They’re the best in the city.”

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Minors wishing to consume alcohol may try to use fake ID, and may take evasive action to avoid being scrutinized before service. Which of the following do you think could signal that a patron is a minor? Choose one or more options.

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What do you think is the main goal of a Responsible Beverage Service (RBS) program?

Choose the best option.

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You can discard the incident report after five years.

Your score is

The average score is 78%

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