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Liquor
Posters
Customers can't enter or re-enter a licensed venue after 3am in South Australia
Liquor
Code of practice
The purpose of this code of practice is to promote the objects of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997, in particular to minimise the harmful and hazardous use of liquor and promote responsible attitudes in relation to the promotion, sale, supply and consumption of liquor.
Liquor
Code of practice
Licensees and staff have clear responsibilities under the Act. The purpose of the general code of practice and these guidelines is to promote the objects of the Act and, in particular to encourage responsible attitudes towards the promotion, sale, supply, consumption and use of liquor.
Liquor
Code of practice
The purpose of this code of practice is to promote the objects of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997, to encourage responsible attitudes towards the promotion, sale, supply, consumption and use of liquor.
CBS
Assurances and undertakings
2018 - John Farrugia, Mary Farrugia, Rosemarie Farrugia and David Farrugia trading as Spend A Penny have acknowledged that they breached section 106 and 136 of the Australian Consumer Law by supplying, offering for supply, manufacturing, possessing, or having control of consumer goods that do not comply with an applicable safety and information standard.
Liquor
Brochures
Parents should take a common sense approach when choosing the age at which they give their teen a drink. It is important to understand the risks associated with teenage drinking, including the setting, transport options, and the quantity and type of alcohol.
Liquor
Posters
Changes to liquor licensing for a modern and safe South Australia
Liquor
Posters
Illegally supplying alcohol at an underage party could cost you up to $10,000.
Liquor
Factsheets
As a parent, you can allow your underage teen to drink in certain locations, so long as you provide responsible supervision. You can also give permission to another adult to supply alcohol to your teenager, so long as that adult provides responsible supervision.
CBS
Policies
The complaints, compliments and feedback policy outlines CBS' position in relation to complaints, compliments and feedback received about their services. Compliments and general feedback about CBS' service is encouraged and welcomed. All feedback provided by customers is listened to and valued, CBS remains in a position to continually grow and develop as an agency.
CBS
Policies
CBS customer service charter outlines our commitment to providing high quality customer service in all interactions, without discrimination.
Assurances and undertakings
2018 - Nicholas Daniel Cimesa trading as PRM Fabrication Engineering entered into an undertaking with Consumer and Business Services (CBS) to not accept payment for goods or services and fail to provide those goods or services within a reasonable time.
Builders
Assurances and undertakings
2018 - Lauchlan Green of Everyday Green acknowledged that he breached section 6 of the Building Work Contractors Act 1995 by carrying out work which required a licence. The breach related to a contract to undertake residential paving work. Mr Green has entered into an assurance with the Commissioner that states he will repay the customers and not conduct further business unless licensed to do so.
CBS
Assurances and undertakings
2018 - Gardenia Home Garden Decor Pty Ltd, Ducco Pty Ltd and the directors Mr Teo and Mr Nguyen have entered into an undertaking with Consumer and Business Services (CBS) to voluntary recall decorative alcohol fuelled devices that failed to meet the mandatory safety standards.
CBS
Assurances and undertakings
2018 - Emall Pty Ltd trading as Color Life has entered into an undertaking with Consumer and Business Services (CBS) to voluntarily recall 3 styles of baby cots that fail to meet Australian safety standards. The business, who sells online, is required to contact all customers who bought cots to discontinue using the cot and destroy them or return to Color Life. Customers will be provided with a full refund.

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