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House Bill 1262

House Bill 1262

ARCHIVE (2013)

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DIGEST OF HB 1262 (Updated April 26, 2013 3:01 pm - DI 87)

Alcohol server online and self-study training. Allows the alcohol and tobacco commission (ATC) to approve an alcohol server training program established by a third party that provides both online and self-study courses and establishes requirements for both courses. Allows an individual to take an alcohol server self-study course only if the individual meets the eligibility requirements established by the ATC for participation in a self-study course. Provides that the ATC may consider the following in establishing the eligibility requirements for taking a self- study course: (1) An individual's limited computer access. (2) An individual's physical disabilities that affect the individual's ability to participate in an online course. (3) Any other relevant circumstances. Requires a person taking a test in an alcohol server self-study course to appear at a test site in person and provide verification of the person's identity. Requires a program provider to provide to the ATC: (1) a monthly report regarding participants that have taken alcohol server courses and received server certificates; and (2) a self-generated program audit every January 2. Allows the ATC to perform onsite audits of the program provider or require onsite audits. Allows the ATC to refuse to issue a trainer certificate to an applicant who has been convicted of a felony if less than two years have elapsed from the date the applicant was discharged from probation, imprisonment, or parole, whichever date is latest, to the date the applicant applied for the trainer certificate.
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