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South Wales audit reveals unlicensed door supervision staff

Security Industry Authority : 21 August, 2009  (Company News)
Claims of being glass collectors failed to conceal unlicensed door supervisors in North Wales from SIA investigators
Checks on door staff working in pubs in Pwllheli and Abersoch, north Wales found two unlicensed door staff at one venue.

SIA investigators and officers from North Wales Police visited seven pubs and inspected 15 door staff.

Two unlicensed door supervisors were identified - they claimed to be glass collectors. Further action is being considered.

Paul Cartlidge, an SIA Head of Investigation said: "A key concern for any pub licensee is the satisfaction and safety of their customers and SIA licensed door staff can play a big part in this.

"It is not the job title but the duties that an individual carries out that determine whether or not they need an SIA licence. A barman or glass collector who also works on the door will need to hold a valid SIA licence to carry out these duties - there is no excuse to ignore the law."
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