Tips Training

 

                            When you serve alcohol, you know the risks!

                                      Risk lawsuits if you overserve

                                         Risk lives if you serve a drunk driver

                                             Risk your livelihood if you sell to a minor

 

Power of Putnam is pleased to be able to offer TIPS responsible beverage service training FREE of charge to establishments or individual servers. TIPS is a State of Tennessee approved Responsible Beverage Server training program that not only teaches retail servers and clerks the liability associated with serving alcohol, but also instills valuable skills to allow servers to handle difficult situations with a positive outcome for everyone involved.

Power of Putnam follows all laws of the State of Tennessee, regulations from The TN Alcoholic Beverage Commission, and TIPS progam guidelines for all RBS programs we conduct.

We offer on-premise and off-premise courses periodically, or we can schedule a class primarily for your establishment.


 

ith TIPS training your establishment can lower risk and provide a safer, more responsible work environment.  Your establishment can gain valuable competitive advantages such as:

Lower Insurance premiums

Reduced exposure to alcohol liability lawsuits

Decreased penalties for alcohol violations

A safer community

Improved customer service

For information about TIPS Training, contact our Youth Safety and Retail Compliance Coordinator by emailing bsmith@powerofputnam.org

or

Click Here to schedule TIPS training for individuals or establishments

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TN Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse
For information and referrals concerning addiction issues please call the
Tennessee REDLINE number @ 1-800-889-9789
This project is funded by the Tennessee Department of Mental Heath and Substance Abuse Services

This website was developed in part under grant # SP021017-02 from the office of national drug control policy and substance abuse services and
mental health services administration, U.S. Department of health and human services. The views, policies, and opinions expressed
are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of ONDCP, SAMHRA or HHS.