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Welcome to the AHA|SA Website. The Australian Hotels Association (South Australian Branch) was established in 1871 and is an integral part of the South Australian hospitality and tourism industry. The Association represents and protects the commercial interests of hoteliers throughout South Australia.
The AHA|SA has released its response to the Liquor Licensing (Liquor Review) Amendment Bill 2016, and the Community Impact Assessment (AG Department Guideline). Please view a copy of the response below.
Please also find attached a document released by Deputy Premier John Rau, which is a summary of changes made to the Bill as a result of the consultation process.
This self-assessment compliance audit checklist has been developed by Consumer and Business Services (CBS) to assist licensees in assessing the level of compliance with legislation, regulations, licence conditions and codes of practice for gaming and wagering.
Where the self-assessment checklist makes reference to policies and procedures, venues with Responsible Gambling Agreements in place may refer to their Responsible Gambling Document for compliance with these matters.
The Gambling Codes of Practice Notice 2013 (Codes) makes reference to a “peak body”. For the purposes of this reference and in relation to clause 10B(1)(a) of the Gaming Machines Act 1992, the Independent Gambling Authority has approved Gaming Care and Club Safe as Recognised Industry Bodies. Licensees that have a Responsible Gambling Agreement with either of these bodies are exempt from certain clauses of the Codes.
You can download the checklist direct from the CBS website here: http://www.cbs.sa.gov.au/assets/files/Gaming_SelfAssessment_Intro&Checklist_Final.pdf