Working in Licensed Premises if under 18
In New Zealand there are three possible designations a licensed premise can have - restricted, supervised or undesignated. These designations relate to whether or not someone under the legal minimum age can be on the premises or not and under what conditions. These are as follows:
1.Restricted: no-one under 18 may be on that part of the premise unless they are employed to prepare or serve a meal, clean or repair etc, remove or replace equipment, stocktake, check or remove cash.
2.Supervised: no-one under 18 may be on that part of the premise unless they are accompanied by their parent or legal guardian, or are employed as above or are employed for the sale and supply of alcohol.
3.Undesignated: anyone of any age can be on that part of the premise.
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