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    Tips for Having a Safe Holiday Party

    December 4, 2014  |  By:  Robert M. Durante

    1. If possible, hold the party/function off site at a licensed establishment (restaurant, banquet hall, hotel, etc.)

    2. If the function is being hosted at the office, ensure the serving staff is Smart Serve certified as required by law

    3. Create a written “No drinking and driving policy” for the party and circulate it to staff

    4. Make sure there are plenty of non-alcoholic drinks available during the evening

    5. Make sure plenty of food is available if alcohol is served

    6. Provide all employees with a taxi voucher so that no one has to drive home if they have had too much to drink

    About the Author

    Robert M. Durante

    A graduate of McGill University and Queen’s University Faculty of Law, Rob joined Oatley Vigmond shortly after his call to the bar in 1997. As a partner at Oatley Vigmond, Rob is committed to...

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