Table detailing the legal blood alcohol concentration (BAC) and breath alcohol concentration (BrAC) limits for the general population of drivers in various jurisdictions. It specifies where different limits apply to sub-populations of drivers.
PASS (Proof of Age Standards Scheme) is UK’s national guarantee scheme for proof-of-age cards. The goal is to establish a common standard; an easily recognisable identity card to protect retailers of age-related sales from fake cards.
Sponsor: Home Office, the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) and the Security Industry Authority (SIA)
Challenge 21 is a scheme that has been raising awareness among publicans and their staff of the need to be vigilant in preventing underage sales. Challenge 21 is also a national poster campaign aimed at encouraging consumers who look under 21 to carry their IDs. Pub companies are sent posters which can be displayed in pubs letting those who appear under 21 know they may be asked for proof of age. The posters describe what the acceptable forms of ID are — a card with the PASSlogo, a photographic drivers license or a valid passport.
Sponsor: British Beer and Pub Association Implementation: Europe
We Don’t Serve Teens is a website that details steps for management to set up effective and comprehensive training for employees. It provides information as to the specific points an alcohol beverage training programme and alcohol beverage serving policy should encompass.
Sponsor: Federal Trade Commission Implementation: North America