§ 8A-303. Robbery deterrence and safety training for employees.  


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  • No later than June 30, 1991, the owner or principal operator of a convenience store shall provide proper robbery deterrence and safety training to at least its employees who work between the hours of 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. Any proposed program of training shall be submitted in writing to the Attorney General. The Attorney General shall review and approve or disapprove of training programs in writing within sixty (60) days after receipt of a proposal describing the training to be provided. The State shall have no liability for approving or disapproving training programs under this section. Approval shall be given to programs which train and familiarize store employees with the security principles, devices, and measures required by Section 8A-302 above. Decisions of the Attorney General relating to approval of training programs shall be subject to the provisions of Chapter 120, Florida Statutes. No person shall be liable for ordinary negligence due to implementing an approved training program, provided that the training was actually provided.

(Ord. No. 90-124, § 3, 11-27-90)