Starting a bar is a worthwhile endeavor. While it is required by law for you to get bar and tavern insurance, you should do everything in your power to not have any issues. There are a couple liability items you may not be aware of, so keep the following points in mind.
Prevent Potential Flames
Alcohol is a highly flammable substance. Someone may spill a drink, leading to problems. There may also be a part of your bar where people are allowed to smoke, and the flames along with alcohol can lead to disaster. To limit your risk, it is wise to have a fire hazard inspection carried out so that a professional can tell you what items in your tavern could lead to a fire.
Not Having a Clearly Defined Exit
In the event a fire or other emergency breaks out, you want people to clearly know where they should exit. You could be viewed as liable if your exit sign is malfunctioning or if it is locked or blocked. Never let that happen and have the door easily accessible at all times.
With the proper measures, everyone will have a good time at your bar, and you will not have to worry about a thing. You will feel a lot better about everyone’s well-being by having a comprehensive bar and tavern insurance policy in effect.