Published: 03 October 2017 by James Anderson
I have just attended the Nottingham Best Bar None Awards which emphasises that usually good operators (with successful businesses and happy customers) are compliant. I used to be a little bit more cynical about the increasing level of bureaucracy and policy but the Best Bar None scheme is an example of good operating practice and well run businesses. Here are a summary of basic matters which a surprising number of premises do not do:
If there is a compliance visit and you are able to demonstrate that you are generally a good operator with well trained staff then this will stand you in good stead if there is an issue or even for example a review later down the line.
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