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Lowering Allowable BAC to .05 will only Instill Fear in Responsible Consumers MLBA Reacts to NTSB Recommendation to Lower National BAC to .05

MLBA Reacts to NTSB Recommendation to Lower National BAC to .05

 


LANSING, MI – The recommendation by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) to lower the allowable blood alcohol content (BAC) from .08 to .05 is miscalculated and misguided according to the Michigan Licensed Beverage Association (MLBA).

The MLBA is opposed to drunk driving and does not dispute the impact that drunk driving has on crashes, but the MLBA does not feel that lowering the BAC to .05 is the answer. The focus should instead be targeted on repeat offenders and drivers with a BAC of .10 or higher.

“The MLBA does not believe the .05 is the issue that needs to be addressed,” said MLBA Executive Director Scott Ellis, who worked in law enforcement for nearly 20 years. “We need to be addressing the repeat offenders to get them help for their alcohol dependency, whether that is through sobriety court or some other means to treat the underlying issues. That’s the subject that should be at hand.”

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TAM-Michigan®

 

 

 

Nationally recognized as the leading program for responsible server training, Techniques of Alcohol Management (TAM)® provides risk management tools that should be used by all licensees to control the day-to-day operations of their business. TAM® training covers a wide variety of information including:

  • False Identification
  • Laws, Rules, and Regulations
  • Clinical Effects of Alcohol
  • Customer Disturbances
  • Alcohol Management

TAM-MI® ONLINE HAS BEEN APPROVED BY THE MLCC.  PLEASE CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE ONLY MICHIGAN-BASED ONLINE COURSE.

 

TAM-Michigan® seminars are available statewide for MLBA members at a nominal charge and can help reduce your liquor liability insurance premiums.

TO REGISTER FOR A CLASS SESSION ONLINE, CLICK HERE


 
Flint Water Crisis Toxic to Michigan Hospitality Industry

January 21, 2016
For Immediate Release

 

Flint Water Crisis Toxic to Michigan Hospitality Industry

LANSING, MI – It has been said that water is the essence of life. This holds true not only for individuals, but also for businesses – especially those in the hospitality industry.

 

“We obviously know that there is a huge water issue in Flint, Michigan, and the issue for residents has been covered extensively,” said Scott Ellis, the Executive Director of the Michigan Licensed Beverage Association. “We are concerned and feel sorry for them, but businesses have not been talked about.”

 

Without a guarantee that safe water will be served in restaurants, whether served in a glass, as ice or mixed in with carbonated beverages, people are less apt to go out and enjoy dinner or a night of entertainment.

 

“We’ve had contact from members saying that business is down. Their water is fine, but people are afraid to come into their establishments,” Ellis said. “We need to support these businesses because they are struggling, just as the people of Flint are. They can’t regain the money they’ve lost and they need your help now more than ever.”

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International Award Showcases Employee Engagement at Michigan Liquor Control Commission

News Release

Rick Snyder, Governor

Mike Zimmer, Director

Andrew J. Deloney, MLCC Chairman

Contact:  Jason Moon

517-373-9280

www.michigan.gov/lara

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International Award Showcases Employee Engagement at Michigan Liquor Control Commission
MLCC named International Process Excellence Award winner for licensing improvements


January 27, 2016 – The employee engagement efforts of the Michigan Liquor Control Commission (MLCC) were recently highlighted as the commission was awarded the Process Excellence (PEX) Network Award for “Best Process Improvement Project Under 90 Days,” outcompeting finalists from California, Canada, Dubai, Ireland and France.

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Holiday Time Changes

Alcohol Sales must be stopped at 11:59 p.m. on Christmas Eve.

 

Alcohol Sales can begin again at 12 p.m. (noon) on Christmas Day.

 

Alcohol can be sold until 4 a.m. on New Year's Eve (on-premises licensees only).

 
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