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Posters and other artwork

Posters and other artwork

The following artwork is available for downloading free of charge. The artwork is provided to assist licensees with the implementation of the various strategies available to address alcohol-related violence, anti-social behaviour or other alcohol-related harm in and around their licensed premises. Further information is available from our Strategy information page.

Use of this artwork is optional. It is important to note that there are specific liquor signs that must be displayed in licensed premises. Please visit our Liquor signs page to find out more.

Further information
For further information please contact the Liquor Accord Delivery Unit (LADU) on 02 9995 0312 or email accords@olgr.nsw.gov.au.


Management

No Colours

The wearing of 'colours' is not permitted in this venue

These A4 posters (available in two different colour schemes) will inform persons wearing any form of clothing, jewellery or other accessory associated with a Gang that they will be refused entry or removed from a licensed venue. This initiative aims to support venues and liquor accords that have adopted a 'no colours' policy.

Version Print in-house Print commercial
Black / red / white colour scheme 168 kb PDF 170 kb PDF
Black / blue / red / white colour scheme 170 kb PDF 84 kb PDF


Minimising community disturbance

Refusal of entry

Refusal of entry to people seen drinking on approach

This A4 poster advises patrons that if they are seen drinking alcohol on approach to a licensed venue, they will be refused entry. This initiative aims to prevent street drinking and pre-fuelling.

Print in-house Print commercial In-venue screen
149 kb PDF 147 kb PDF 309 kb JPG


Barring

Refusal of Entry and Patron Bans Barring

Refusal of Entry and Patron Bans/Barring

These guidelines will help venue staff understand the laws surrounding troublesome patrons and the various barring strategies. They include step-by-step instructions and resources for adopting a multi-venue barring strategy - or as it's more commonly known, a barred from one, barred from all policy. Further information is available from our Patron barring page.

Print in-house
1.24 mb PDF

Don't miss Behave or be barred

Behave or be barred

This poster informs patrons that a venue is participating in a multi-venue barring strategy, and that troublesome behaviour may result in being barred from all venues in the area. An editable version is available which enables accords to include logo and local details, Further information is available from the Liquor Accord Delivery Unit.

Print in-house Print commercial
1.07 mb PDF 1.10 mb PDF

Don't miss a night out with your mates

Don't miss a night out with your mates

This A4 poster advises patrons that they can be barred from a venue if they are violent, drink too much or cause trouble. It reminds patrons that anti-social or violent behaviour will not be tolerated.

Print in-house Print commercial In-venue screen
618 kb PDF 1.13 mb PDF 932 kb JPG


Transport options

Ask me how to get home - badge

Ask me how to get home

This 63mm badge helps to promote late night transport options by encouraging patrons to request transport information from staff. Reducing the number of people on the streets searching for transport options can reduce the risk of alcohol-related violence.

Print commercial
55 kb PDF


Secondary supply

Don't pay for more than just a round

Don't pay for more than just a round

This A4 poster discourages patrons from buying alcohol for intoxicated friends. It aims to assist venue staff to promote responsible drinking behaviours.

Print in-house Print commercial In-venue screen
1.21 mb PDF 1.81 mb PDF 1.20 mb JPG


Failure to quit

Still on the Spot

Still on the Spot?

This poster explains the requirement for patrons to leave the 50 metre vicinity of the premises when ejected of refused entry for being intoxicated, violent, quarrelsome or disorderly.

Print in-house Print commercial
144 kb PDF 144 kb PDF

No excuse

No excuse!

Posters in English, Chinese, Thai and Korean as well as a postcard (English only) communicate the circumstances under which patrons can be refused entry or be asked to leave, and the cost if they do not comply.

Language Print in-house Print commercial In-venue screen
English (poster) 2.89 mb PDF 1.87 mb PDF 1.19 mb JPG
English (postcard) N/A 1.1 mb PDF N/A
Chinese (poster) 251 kb PDF 271 kb PDF N/A
Korean (poster) 438 kb PDF 441 kb PDF N/A
Thai (poster) 224 kb PDF 229 kb PDF N/A

Artwork acknowledgement: Albury Liquor Accord

Stop! Is is worth $550?

Stop! Is is worth $550?

The NSW Police, AHA (NSW) and ClubsNSW have developed the STOP! Is it worth $550? campaign targeting patrons who fail to quit. The poster can be downloaded through the link below. Contact the AHA (NSW) or ClubsNSW for further information.

Print in-house Print commercial
4.42 mb PDF 4.42 mb PDF

Staff memo: Refusing entry or removing a patron

Staff memo: Refusing entry or removing a patron

This easy to read memo provides staff of licensed premises clear and simple information on refusing entry or removing patrons from the premises, and is ideally displayed in the venue staff work/locker room.

Print in-house Print commercial
368 kb PDF 745 kb PDF

One more drink could cost you...

One more drink could cost you more than you bargained for!

This poster highlights to patrons that they will be asked to leave a venue if they are drunk or act inappropriately, and the possible fine that can be issued if they refuse to leave when requested.

Print in-house Print commercial In-venue screen
2.02 mb PDF 2.10 mb PDF 1 mb JPG
Artwork acknowledgement: Department of Justice and Attorney-General

Service practices

No shots, shooters, slammers, bombs

No shots, no shooters, no slammers, no bombs

These A4 posters communicate drink restrictions and assist venue staff to promote responsible drinking behaviours.

Version Print in-house Print commercial In-venue screen
No shots,
no shooters,
no slammers,
no bombs
849 kb PDF 846 kb PDF 720 kb JPG
No shots after midnight 848 kb PDF 845 kb PDF 683 kb JPG
No shots after 1.30am 847 kb PDF 845 kb PDF 686 kb JPG
No shots after xxx (insert time) 848 kb PDF 845 kb PDF N/A