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The Licensing Conditions (Late Opening Premises) (Scotland) Regulations 2007

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Regulations 2 and 3(1)

SCHEDULELICENCE CONDITIONS

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1.  A person trained to the satisfaction of the Licensing Board in administering first aid must be present on the premises from 1:00 am (on any day when the premises are open at that time) until whichever is the earlier of–

(a)the time at which the premises next close; and

(b)5:00 am.

2.  A designated person who is the holder of a personal licence must be present on the premises from 1:00 am (on any day when the premises are open at that time) until whichever is the earlier of–

(a)the time at which the premises next close; and

(b)5:00 am or such other time as the Licensing Board may specify.

3.  There must be written policies in existence concerning–

(a)the evacuation of the premises; and

(b)the prevention of the misuse of drugs on the premises.

4.  A CCTV system must be installed on the premises to the satisfaction of the appropriate chief constable and must be kept in good working order.

5.  There must be persons responsible for checking on the safety and wellbeing of persons using any toilet facilities on the premises.

6.  A person who holds a licence granted under section 8 of the Private Security Industry Act 2001(1) must be positioned at every entrance to the premises from 1:00 am (on any day when the premises are open at that time) until whichever is the earlier of–

(a)the time at which the premises next close; and

(b)5:00 am or such other time as the Licensing Board may specify.

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