In November, The Caboolture Corridor LIAG met to develop their action plan. They agreed that they would focus their efforts over the coming 12-18 months on addressing the following four priority alcohol management issues:
- Drugs in venues- impact on behaviours, misconception that alcohol alone is the problem
- Security- standard of contractors does not match requirements of venues
- Patron Education about responsible drinking
- Transport - dispersal of patrons, impact on neighbourhood, safety in transit, insufficient taxis, safety of drivers, lack of public transport options, impact of ‘mass exodus’ at same time
Population Health is committed to supporting the LIAG through the implementation phase of their action plan and assisting with the monitoring and review of the actions taken.
With an increasing focus on Alcohol partnerships Population Health value building strong relationships and rapport with licensed premises and other key partners.
The Caboolture Corridor LIAG has a proactive approach which will improve the health and safety of this community.
|24th Feb 2009||Caboolture Herald||Liquor venues join forces|
|1st April 2009||Caboolture News||Awards are given for safe drinking venues|
|1st April 2009||Island News||Safer Clubs get reward for a job well done|
|1st April 2009||Island News||Licensed venues do provide safer places|
|3rd April 2009||Northern Times||Gold stars for safety of venues|
|27th Oct 2009||Caboolture Herald||Pubs Avoid Glass Ban|
|25th Feb 2010||Caboolture Herald|
|22nd July 2010||Caboolture Herald||Community toasts designated driver program|
|23rd Nov 2010||Caboolture Herald||Free drinks for driving friends|
|29th Nov 2010||Redcliffe Herald||Local Tavern a winner|
|19th April 2011||Designated drivers for safe Easter|
|25th Nov 2011||Northern Times||Clubs drive home safe passage|
|6th Dec 2011||Sunshine Coast||Wisdom at the wheel|