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BC’s Responsible Beverage Service Program

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Alcohol Effects

Review

Now that you have read through the material for this section, test your knowledge with the following activities. If you have difficulty, go back to the relevant page(s) to review the information presented.

Case Studies

Situation 1

Your answer


Intoxicated

REASON: Poor eye-hand coordination (spilling the wine), changes in speech (speech volume and laughter are too loud for the situation), acts inappropriately (calls the busboy "darlin").

Situation 2

Your answer


Sober

REASON: They are cutting back the amount of beer, they are ordering food, and their behaviour is appropriate for the situation.

Questions to ask at work

Quick review test

instructions icon  Identify if the sentence is True or False:

1. The liver can only process a fixed amount of alcohol, which is about one standard drink per hour.
True
False

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2. Mixing drinks (for example, having both beer and wine) causes greater intoxication.
True
False

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3. Gender, body weight and food consumption all influence how quickly alcohol affects a patron.
True
False

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4. Combining drugs with alcohol reduces the effects.
True
False

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5. The only accurate way to measure BAC is to count standard drinks.
True
False

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