superstacker wrote:Sometimes it's not about the questions you are asked, it's how confident you are at answering it ;)
That rings true.
lincsdoorman wrote:Reading between the lines......
I think that the copper may have only just started working your area otherwise he would of known what other venues your company does.
Also it might be a stipulation on the license that the venue can only use doorstaff with first aid certs etc etc for whatever reason.
My main concern is that your allowing the venue and the company you work for take the pi$$ by working a one man door, particularly as it has 3 entrances/exits..
wheres your backup? How long would it take them to get there? Have you got a radiolink?
How do you monitor the toilets for drugs etc?
Have exact customer headcounts for the fire regs?
Cover the doors when you need a pi$$?
Is it possible for a underage punter to get into the venue via the backdoor whilst your at the front?
Also your putting at least 2 other DS out of work by doing it in the first place
Theres no wonder that the industry is fooked when relatively newbie doorstaff don't have a clue whats going on around them..
Well apparently, they cant afford 2 ds as moneys tight, venues decision, backup - good question 5 minute walk away, no radio for pubwatch once again because it costs money, pathetic i know and im pressing for this to go ahead. Toilets are checked by myself regulary, dont bother with searches unless i have suspicions about whoever, if i need a piss then i fill a bottle at the door , you may think i dont have a clue whats going on around me but i must be doing something right as 3 other ds were not welcome back and ive been specificly asked if i can stay. Btw its not a chavvy style pub, mostly students and country folk a far cry from my last venue
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