RBS - Responsible Serving of Alcohol Test Answers 1

Which statement is true regarding people with a high tolerance to alcohol?
ANSWER: they are better at hiding their intoxication

Eating food while drinking alcohol may
ANSWER: slow down the rate of intoxication.

Whose responsibility is it to act as gatekeeper in regard to the community's ability to obtain alcohol in public establishments?
ANSWER: the alcohol server

Which condition is associated with alcohol-impaired driving?
which symptom is associated with alcohol-impaired driving?
ANSWER: Impaired judgement

When alcohol is mixed with ______ the side effects can range from discomfort to death.
when alcohol is mixed with blank the side effects can range from discomfort to death
ANSWER: medications or recreational drugs

What is the best way to sober up an intoxicated person?
ANSWER: only time will sober up an intoxicated person

What does "BAC" mean?
ANSWER: blood alcohol concentration

The use of foul language is an example of: RBS
A.) making irrational statements
B.) lowering inhibitions

ANSWER: lowering inhibitions

Which crime is often related to alcohol use?
What crime is often related to alcohol use

ANSWER: sexual assault

Which statement about alcohol's path through the human body is true?
ANSWER: no digestion is needed in alcohol absorption

What is the primary purpose of ABC's T.R.A.C.E. program?
ANSWER: identify and investigate where persons under 21 years of age obtained alcohol and who was killed or obtained serious injury or accident

It is unlawful for a person who has _____ percent or more, by weight, of alcohol in his/her blood to drive a vehicle.
ANSWER: 0.08 bac

When can a 19-year old legally serve alcoholic beverages in a restaurant?
ANSWER: when the server's primary responsibilities is to serve food

Which type of cannabis use is legal at an onsite alcohol establishment?
ANSWER: use of cannabis products are not permitted in onsite alcohol establishments

A non-profit organization has obtained a temporary daily on-sale license for a fundraiser. Who within the organization has to be RBS certified?
ANSWER: the alcohol pourers

What is the duty of the designated RBS certified person at a non-profit organization's temporary alcohol event?
ANSWER: monitoring and observing

The failure of a licensee to comply with the RBS program requirements shall be grounds for
ANSWER: disciplinary action.

Where would the licensee be able to look online to see if their server is RBS certified?
How can the licensee check if a person is RBS certified?

ANSWER: the ABC RBS database

Security personnel, whose post is located outside the entrance to an alcohol establishment, has the primary responsibility to control the number of patrons entering and to check their IDs. Does the bouncer need to be certified?
ANSWER: Yes, because security personnel check IDs.

Security personnel need to be RBS certified
Does security need to be rbs certified?
Does a bouncer need to be rbs certified?
ANSWER: Yes, To check IDs, Security personnel and bouncer need to be RBS certified.

Infractions are punishable by
ANSWER: fine

What does "RBS" mean?
ANSWER: Responsible Beverage Service

What is the maximum penalty for serving alcohol after hours?
ANSWER: 6 months in jail

A member of a group of patrons becomes obviously intoxicated. What should the server do?
A group arrives and all of the members are obviously intoxicated with the exception one who identifies himself as the designated driver. what should you do
ANSWER: inform the other group members that the obviously intoxicated patron will no longer be served alcohol

A legally acceptable ID has which characteristic?
ANSWER: issued by a government agency

Which statement regarding state issued identification cards is true?
ANSWER: they are a valid proof of age

PCP is an example of a(n)
ANSWER: Hallucinogen

Which substance is considered a depressant?
ANSWER: alcohol

What is embossed on the holder's picture on a California Real ID?
ANSWER: their birthdate

Which feature is located on the back of a valid California driver license?
ANSWER: barcode

When should a server check a patron's ID?
ANSWER: prior to serving alcohol to the patron

A server may seize any identification presented by a person that is fake, so long as
ANSWER: a receipt is given to the person from whom the fake ID is seized

Upon seizing a fake ID, the alcohol establishment must give the fake ID to local law enforcement authorities within
ANSWER: 24 hours

What happens when an alcohol server serves alcohol to a minor after inspecting a fake ID and reasonably concluding it to be valid?
ANSWER: the alcohol server has a defense against prosecution

Which technique is best for determining the validity of an ID?
ANSWER: compare the signature on the ID to a fresh signature given by the ID holder

When refusing alcohol service to a patron, the server should do so
ANSWER: courteously

When refusing alcohol service to a patron, the server should do so
ANSWER: discreetly

Which form of ID is NOT acceptable for determining a person's age?
ANSWER: interim state issued driver license

When is a work-issued ID valid for purchasing alcohol?
ANSWER: never

A patron attempts to use a valid id that is not theirs as proof of age. what should the server do?
A patron attempts to use a valid id that is not theirs as proof of age what should you do
ANSWER: Deny the ID and do not serve the patron/refuse the sale

When is an interim or temporary state-issued driver license valid proof of a patron's age?
When is an interim or temporary state issued drivers license valid proof of a patrons age
ANSWER: never and is NOT acceptable for determining a person's age

Which feature is added to a California issued ID to indicate the holder is under 21 years of age? RBS
which feature is added to a california-issued id to indicate the holder is under 21 years of age?
ANSWER: a red strip

Which is not needed in order for a government-issued passport to be considered a valid form of id?
A.) Date of birth
B.) Photograph
C.) Occupation
D.) Name

ANSWER: Occupation

ABC licensees, their employees, and their agents are expected to cooperate with
A.) all sworn peace officers,
B.) including ABC agents
C.) local law enforcement
D.) All of the above

ANSWER: all of the above

When is an employee's initial employment date? RBS ABC
When is an employees initial employment date
ANSWER: “Initial employment” means the date an employee signs an employment contract or employee tax and identification documents, whichever is sooner.

A youthful appearing patron presents an expired ID and wants to purchase alcohol. Based on best practices, what should the server do?
ANSWER: tell the patron that you cannot serve him/her alcohol

What is the most valid reason for refusing service to a patron?
ANSWER: The patron cannot provide a valid ID

Which is an indicator of a false ID?
ANSWER: card is too thick

An administrative violation occurs on an ABC licensed premises, _____ of that premises is at risk for administrative penalties.
ANSWER: the license

Which administrative penalty can be imposed against a retail licensee that knowingly permitted the illegal sale, or negotiations for the sales, of controlled substances or dangerous drugs upon his or her licensed premises?.
ANSWER: revoke or suspend the license

One of the benefits of establishing policies for the service of alcoholic beverages is that it
ANSWER: provides a safe and comfortable space for patrons and employees.

When an obviously intoxicated patron decides to leave your establishment, what best practice should you observe?
ANSWER: Suggest the patron use a ride service to get to his/her next destination.

Which promotion is considered discriminatory?
ANSWER: ladies' drinks are half off

Which is considered a good hospitality practice when serving alcoholic beverages?
ANSWER: slowing the beverage service down to the patron if needed

Frequent calls for service to local law enforcement by an on-premises licensee may result in
ANSWER: suspension of alcohol license.

What does "ABV" mean?
ANSWER: Alcohol by volume

Which of these is not a policy for monitoring the behavior of minors seeking alcohol service?
ANSWER: minors finding secluded locations in the premises where employees cannot monitor their activities

What information should be documented in an incident log? RBS
ANSWER: names and addresses

A blood alcohol concentration of .08 indicates that _____ percent of your blood is alcohol.
ANSWER: 0.08%

A person may experience very harmful effects when mixing alcohol with what
ANSWER: certain medications/ other drugs

A person with a bac of 0.05 percent
ANSWER: is considered "ability impaired.

An alcohol server must complete an abc approved rbs training program and pass an abc administered exam within ____ calendar days of employment.
ANSWER: 60

How does increased alcohol tolerance affect a person?
ABSWER: Regular drinking can lead to a condition known as tolerance. This means the individual's body is accustomed to alcohol and processes it rather effectively. Over time, more alcohol is required to produce the same effect. Drinkers who have developed a tolerance will not show the same outward signs of intoxication as inexperienced drinkers, but they will still have a high BAC.

How does tolerance affect a drinker's body?
A: It takes increasingly larger amounts of alcohol to achieve the original effect.
B: It provides a constant amount of alcohol in the bloodstream.
C: It causes the immediate removal of alcohol from the body's systems.
D: The body needs only a small amount of alcohol to cause intoxication.
ANSWER: It provides a constant amount of alcohol in the bloodstream.

Intoxication can occur with as little as how many drinks
intoxication can occur with as little as ___ drinks
ANSWER: TWO DRINKS

Irresponsible alcohol sales in a community typically lead to an increase in
ANSWER: harms related to excessive alcohol consumption

Which type of food works best to slow the speed at which alcohol is absorbed by the body
ANSWER: greasy, high-protein and fatty foods

Some consumed alcohol is absorbed into the body through the
some consumed alcohol is absorbed into the body through the what
A: stomach lining
B: liver
C: kidney

ANSWER: stomach lining
The main cause of intoxication is alcohol in the what
A: liver
B: bloodstream
C: stomach

ANSWER: bloodstream

Which neighborhood quality of life issue is most affected by the overuse of alcohol?
Which neighborhood quality of life is most affected by alcohol overuse
A: traffic congestion
B: homelessness
C: noise
D: property values

ANSWER: noise

which neighborhood quality of life issue is most affected by the overuse of alcohol?
A: litter
B: property values
C: traffic congestion
D: homelessness

ANSWER: litter

which neighborhood quality of life issue is most affected by the overuse of alcohol?
A: traffic congestion
B: property values
C: homelessness
D: public indecency

ANSWER: public indecency

My business uses electronic scanning devices to verify an ID is valid, once I scan the ID, I do not need to compare the picture or physical description because the scanner has verified the sale of alcohol is legal.
A.) True
B.) False

ANSWER: False

Does the manager of a licensed establishment need to obtain an rbs certification?
A.) YES
B.) NO

ANSWER: YES

An establishments internal RBS policies should be reviewed for relevance and accuracy.
A.) True
B.) False

ANSWER: TRUE

An establishments internal RBS policies should be reviewed for relevance and accuracy how often
ANSWER: especially if there are frequent incidents of violence or illegal activity requiring peace officer assistance.

Selling alcohol to a person under 21 years of age is classified as a(n)
Giving alcohol to a person under 21 years of age is classified as a(n)
ANSWER: misdemeanor

Which physical characteristic is a potential sign of intoxication?
A: sweating
B: musty body odor
C: excessive blinking
D: facial tic

ANSWER: sweating

Which drink typically contains multiple types of alcohol?
a. gimlet
b. mint julep
c. Tom Collins
d. martini

ANSWER: martini
The martini is a cocktail made with gin and vermouth, the martini has become one of the best-known mixed alcoholic beverages.

Which is considered an administrative penalty that may be imposed by the ABC for violations?
a. jail time
b. restitution to victims
c. imposition of license conditions
d. community service
Which physical characteristic behavior is an indication that a patron might be obviously intoxicated?

which substance is considered a stimulant

which symptom is characteristic of someone on a hallucinogenic drug?

Being under the influence of alcohol means that

Being "under the influence" of alcohol means that

what does "bac" mean?

when should a server ask a patron to physically hand the server their id?

What technique is best for determining the validity of an ID

which is not a technique for determining the validity of an id?

Which is an indicator of a false ID RBS

A patron becomes belligerent while on the premises. the server should immediately

Which type of ID is acceptable without containing a physical description

A server serves alcohol to a young-looking patron who presented a fake id that appeared to be valid. who has most likely committed a crime? rbs

public intoxication is punishable as a(n)

One of the benefits of establishing policies for the service of alcoholic beverages is that it

what is the most valid reason for refusing service to a patron?

The failure of a licensee to comply with the RBS program requirements shall be grounds for

Penalties for violating provisions of the responsible Beverage service program are meant to serve as

Penalties for violating provisions of the RBS are meant to serve as

which of the following employees is not required to complete rbs training?

in the simplest of terms, binge drinking can be described as drinking alcohol

in the simplest of terms binge drinking can be described as drinking alcohol rbs exam

what is the maximum sentence for a misdemeanor crime, such as selling alcohol to a minor?



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