Again, whilst it is not compulsory to have a 'No ID, No Sale!' refusal register, it is a legal requirement to keep and maintain one in your store. This means keeping a record (date, time, incident, description of potential buyer) where sales of age-restricted products have been refused. This helps to demonstrate that you actively refuse sales and have an effective system in place.
- 25x new app forms
- 1x refusal register
- 1x A3 statutory tobacco notice
- 1x 'No ID, No Sale!' badge, 1x ‘Scan Me’ badge
- 1x 'Under 25' poster
- 1x 'Scan Me' square window vinyl
- 1x 'Scan Me' A4 poster
- 2x 'Scan Me' shelf wobblers
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There are many benefits to keeping a refusals register:
- It helps manage your business.
- It is useful for looking for noticing any patterns that staff may need to be addressed about, for example, someone regularly attempting to buy age-restricted goods.
- It can be used to determine if any member of staff never or rarely makes entries in the register. If so, it could be that that member of staff may require additional training.