Design Exam

Under the Licensing Act 2003 name 2 activities that are classed as regulated entertainment:
Live performances, Indoor sporting events
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Who are the PRS and what do they regulate?
Performance Rights Society who represent the interests of different right holders for the use of recorded and live music in public performances so that the money goes to the composer
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Which Act must you comply with to ensure your venue is fully accessible?
Equal Rights Act 2010, Race Relations Act 1975 or Sex Discrimination Act 1976
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2 most common types of insurance for Events Management:
Public Liability Insurance Employers Liability Insurance (Compulsory insurance act 1969)
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Under the Licensing Act 2003, when do you need a license to serve food?
Between the hours of 23:00 – 05:00 made available to the general public
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What are the 4 licensing objectives of the Licensing Act 2003?
The prevention of crime and disorder Public Safety Prevention of public nuisance The protection of children from harm
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Performance Rights Society who represent the interests of different right holders for the use of recorded and live music in public performances so that the money goes to the composer

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2 most common types of insurance for Events Management:

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Under the Licensing Act 2003, when do you need a license to serve food?

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