ServSafe Alcohol®

Course Type: Self-Paced
Course Code: sSSAH

Course Description: The National Restaurant Association (NRA) ServSafe® Alcohol Online Course is non-progressive course that offers the most current and comprehensive alcohol safety that is consistent and critical to Family and MWR workforce in Alcohol Law and Your Responsibility.

Alcohol Law and Your Responsibility

  • Your Responsibility as a Seller or Server of Alcohol
  • The Role of the Liquor Authority
  • Laws Restricting Alcohol Service

Recognizing and Preventing Intoxication

  • Alcohol and the Body
  • Factors that Affect Blood Alcohol Content (BAC)
  • Assessing Intoxication: Counting Drinks
  • Assessing Intoxication: Observing Guests for Signs of Intoxication
  • The Importance of Observation and Communication
  • Preventing Guests from Becoming Intoxicated

Checking Identification

  • Acceptable Forms of Identification
  • Verifying Identification
  • The Proper Procedure for Checking IDs
  • Dealing with a Fake ID

Handling Difficult Situations

  • Handling Intoxicated Guests: Stopping Service
  • Handling Intoxicated Guests: Arriving and Departing
  • Handling Potentially Violent Situations and Illegal Activities
  • Documenting Incidents.

Practice test is included to help and prepare students for the certification examination. Course meets the standards set forth on in the AR 215-1, 10-8d, as initial and annual training. Course is approved for Family and MWR workforce serving alcohol. Course access keys are centrally funded by School for Family and MWR must be completed within ninety (90) days of course access key activation. A ServSafe® Alcohol Certificate will be awarded upon course completion with a score of 75% or higher. More instruction is available here:

Course Details:

  • Target Audience: Food and Beverage Managers, Bar Managers, Bartenders and anyone that may serve alcohol in their operations.
  • Duration: 4 hours

Notes: This course is subject to seat availability and requires Supervisor and Instructor approval.

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