That the Designated Premises Supervisor authorises this person to sell alcohol whilst they are employed (or at work) at the premises, and
That the person is aware of their responsibilities in this role such as not selling alcohol to persons under 18 years of age and where in doubt to request suitable proof of identification.
What is a 'Designated Premises Supervisor'?
In premises where the sale of alcohol is authorised by a Premises Licence one person has to be designated as the Premises Supervisor. This person should be in charge of the premises on a day to day basis (but need not always be on the premises).
All Designated Premises Supervisors must hold a Personal Licence.
It is a good idea for the Designated Premises Supervisor to authorise non-personal licence holders to conduct sales of alcohol in writing. This could take the form of a letter to do two things: