Act government continues crackdown on alcohol related crime
A new law우리카지노 aims to crack down on the consumption of alcohol at work by closing the door on licensed premises.
The proposed law, which aims to tighten licensing processes, also proposes to change the law on what types of alcohol are acceptable for work (no drinks other than for industrial purposes, and no more than four cans of drink per person).
Businesses that sell alcohol under licence will no longer be able to offer it to employees on company premises, while those who do will be forced to register as ‘work drinkers’ — a list that can reveal information such as their work title and location (including a person’s job title).
The proposed law would also ban the marketing of the drink, which is expected to have an impact on alcohol pricing.
Drinking and working will be prohibited on a temporary basis (as soon as a licensed premises is constructed).
These measures are designed to ensure that customers are not exposed to potentially hazardous alcohol, but they could also deter staff from being able to drink responsibly.
The Government hopes the reforms will give employees greater confidence that they can be safe at work.
In a news release, Minister for the Environment and Food Alan Tudge said:
«The Government is delivering on its commitment to combat alcohol abuse at work by making changes that will make the management of alcohol at work better. This is also in order to ensure t바카라hat staff and customers can continue to have conf우리카지노idence at work in the event of an incident.
«Today’s announcement marks an important start to this work but it is still not enough to end the problem — we have to be proactive and implement change across the enterprise that stops people being exposed to dangerous products in the workplace.»
The announcement is expected to be welcomed by trade unions, who believe that increased regulation on the industry will deter investment in the industry.
Ministers will meet industry stakeholders at the Department of Work and Pensions shortly.
Tame to drink law, which is expected to impact businesses
Following a meeting of the Alcohol and Tobacco Council of Ireland (ACTI), a number of organisations have endorsed the proposals to relax the licensing requirements.
The ACTI’s Minister for the Environment, Alan Tudge said:
«Following a meeting with alcohol trade groups we have decided to bring forward a number of significant reforms which will make it easier for organisations across Ireland to promote public health.
«The legislation was passed by parliament with overwhelming support from alcohol, trade unions, an