RESPONSIBLE PARTY HOSTING TIPS

RESPONSIBLE PARTY HOSTING TIPS

HERE ARE SOME TIPS FOR HAVING SAFE AND ENJOYABLE PARTIES

  1. Serve plenty of snacks and other food.
  2. Provide a variety of popular soft drinks, juices, bottled water, coffee and tea.
  3. Have one person (yourself or someone else) be responsible for serving alcohol.
  4. Make certain that whoever serves alcohol monitors guests' consumption.
  5. Control access to all alcohol.
  6. Don't provide any common source of alcoholic beverages such as kegs or punch bowls.
  7. Serve guests only one drink at a time.
  8. Provide entertainment and other activities so that drinking alcohol is not the primary focus of the party.
  9. Don't serve alcohol to anyone under the legal drinking age.
  10. Model appropriate behavior and don't become intoxicated.
  11. Stop serving alcoholic beverages at least one hour before the party ends. Encourage guests to stay for a while and enjoy a non-alcoholic beverage.
  12. If anyone does become intoxicated, don't leave that person alone. Even if the guest is not driving, an intoxicated person can be injured in many ways.
  13. If necessary, provide transportation for impaired guests. Call a cab, enlist the help of a sober friend, or take the impaired guest home yourself.

Always be a responsible party host. Both you and your guests will be glad you are.

clelebrate responsibly

RESPONSIBLE PARTY HOSTING TIPS

HERE ARE SOME TIPS FOR HAVING SAFE AND ENJOYABLE PARTIES

  1. Serve plenty of snacks and other food.
  2. Provide a variety of popular soft drinks, juices, bottled water, coffee and tea.
  3. Have one person (yourself or someone else) be responsible for serving alcohol.
  4. Make certain that whoever serves alcohol monitors guests' consumption.
  5. Control access to all alcohol.
  6. Don't provide any common source of alcoholic beverages such as kegs or punch bowls.
  7. Serve guests only one drink at a time.
  8. Provide entertainment and other activities so that drinking alcohol is not the primary focus of the party.
  9. Don't serve alcohol to anyone under the legal drinking age.
  10. Model appropriate behavior and don't become intoxicated.
  11. Stop serving alcoholic beverages at least one hour before the party ends. Encourage guests to stay for a while and enjoy a non-alcoholic beverage.
  12. If anyone does become intoxicated, don't leave that person alone. Even if the guest is not driving, an intoxicated person can be injured in many ways.
  13. If necessary, provide transportation for impaired guests. Call a cab, enlist the help of a sober friend, or take the impaired guest home yourself.

Always be a responsible party host. Both you and your guests will be glad you are.

clelebrate responsibly