★ Sandys Law Liquor Licence Amendment

Sandy's Law : Sandy's Law, Bill 43, is an amendment to the Liquor Licence Act by requiring certain premises to post signs warning or signage cautioning pregnant women that the consumption of alcohol (wine, beer and spirits) while pregnant is the cause of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.
  • It is where a poster shows the effects of alcohol on pregnant women
  • makes it offence to serve/supply or sell liquor unless a sign warns women that drinking while pregnant can cause fetal alcohol spectrum disorder.
  • An amendment to the Liquor Licence Act that makes it an offence to sell or supply liquor unless a sign is displayed warning women that drinking alcohol during pregnancy can cause Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD).

What sign must be posted in every licensed establishment?
The Sandy's Law sign, or sign warming women about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.

What is the smallest size this sign can be?
8x10 Inches

The law that dictates posting signs about FASD is referred to as this
Sandy's law

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