Harm minimisation is central to compliance with WA liquor licensing legislation and the obligations on all licensed venues to adhere to RSA or the responsible service of alcohol. The AHA offers RSA training and the Approved Managers Course both online and classroom style. Both the RSA and the Approved Managers Course offer an understanding of liquor legislation, the skills, knowledge and awareness required to serve alcohol in a responsible manner.


Click on the links below to download or view the RSA Posters.

Licensed Venue Resources

  1. AHA Guide to RSA Infographic.Download here.
  2. RSA Table Talker Sign.Download here.
  3. RSA – Drunk People Don’t Think Straight Convenience Poster. Download here.
  4. RSA Booklet -Remember, responsible service of alcohol!
    There are some simple things to remember when working behind a bar. If you don’t follow them, it could cost you, your Approved Manager and the licensee! Download here. 
  5. Alcohol and the Law Fact Sheet
    A short concise summary of Western Australian laws about RSA and the sale and supply of alcohol as required by the Liquor Control Act 1988, and its regulations. Download here.  
  6. Think Again website card. Download here.   
  7. Under 18. No alcohol. The safest choice Poster. Download here. 
  8. Young people and alcohol. Helpful information for parents and carers.
    This booklet provides information for parents on the harms caused by alcohol; it outlines the legal position; and provides advice on how you can influence your children’s decisions about drinking alcohol. The booklet contains useful information and answers to some common dilemmas parents face when considering their teenagers and alcohol. Download here. 

Approved managers order form to order hard copies of RSA Posters, click here.  
Click here to view more about AHA Responsible Service of Alcohol Online and Classroom Training page.


This guide is intended to assist members to comply with the National Measurement Law. The National Measurement Act 1960 (Cth) and the National Trade Measurement Regulations 2009 regulate how our industry must sell alcohol using measurement.

The National Measurement Institute (‘NMI’) employs trade measurement inspectors throughout Australia who regularly inspect alcohol being sold to ensure that sellers are following the correct process. If an inspector finds that you are short-measuring your customers, you could be fined up to $222,000 per offence.

It is important that you and your staff are aware of the contents of this guide to ensure your ongoing compliance.

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