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ST. LOUIS BAR PARTNERS WITH NATIONAL ORGANIZATION TO IMPROVE SAFETY AND PREVENT DAMAGE | Community

Haleigh Harrold FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 05/09/2022

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ST. LOUIS BAR PARTNER OF A NATIONAL ORGANIZATION

TO IMPROVE SAFETY AND PREVENT DAMAGE

Employees learn to notice behaviors and intervene to increase safety.

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St. Louis, Missouri: Tick ​​Tock Tavern located at 3459 Magnolia Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri is hosting Bystander Response Training to increase safety and prevent damage on Tuesday, September 6. Tick ​​Tock Tavern employees participate in the training session. The training conversation is moderated by Sarah Shelton and Rebekah Lokey of the SAFE Bar Network, a national non-profit organization focused on partnering with bars and other venues serving alcohol to increase safety.

Tick ​​Tock Tavern has shown a commitment to safety. As a demonstration of this commitment, their employees participate in the SAFE Bar Training conversation, putting a renewed emphasis on creating a safety-focused workplace culture.

The SAFE Bar Network training conversation focuses on teaching employees of bars and other venues serving alcohol the skills to notice uncomfortable and dangerous behavior, and interrupt to help and create an environment where everyone is focused. on a fun and safe evening. As a result of the training, 97% of participants know at least one way to prevent damage and increase safety.

Haleigh Harrold, Executive Director of the SAFE Bar Network, says: “The training goes beyond individual active spectator skills and focuses on teaching bar, restaurant and nightclub staff how to have an ongoing conversation about to notice behavior, to effectively interrupt, and to provide for each other. Support.

The Royale, Perennial Artisan Ales, HandleBar, Third Wheel Brewing, Wild Carrot and The Wolf Café in the St. Louis area are also members of the SAFE Bar Network.

For more information, contact Haleigh Harrold at [email protected] or 816-516-3323.

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