Requirements for Service of Alcoholic Beverages on Indiana University Premises
Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
The serving of alcoholic beverages on university property and/or in conjunction with university functions is limited by other university policies (see FMS policies and §III.B.21 in the Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities and Conduct). This activity has an inherent risk of dangers arising from intoxication.
"______________(caterer) shall indemnify, defend and save harmless Indiana University and its agents and employees, from and against all loss, liability or damage for injuries to or death of persons or damage to property, real or personal, arising from the designated function on or about University premises (other than such injuries, death or damage resulting from an act or omission of University, its agents and employees, or licensees) or arising from the occupancy or use thereof by _________________________ (caterer), its agents, employees, invitees, or guests."
"_____________________(caterer) shall maintain a policy of Commercial General liability insurance, with "Broad Form" provisions. Such policy of insurance is to be of the "occurrence" type. Said policy shall include dram shop operations or, alternatively, a separate policy of insurance, subject to all provisions of this paragraph, shall be purchased to provide coverage for dram shop operations."
If the caterer is pre-approved then the requirement to obtain a certification of insurance is waived.
Otherwise, a certificate of insurance showing the required coverages and naming the Trustees of Indiana University shall be delivered to the Office of Insurance, Loss Control & Claims at least three business days prior to the event being catered. At the request of the Office of Insurance, Loss Control & Claims, a complete copy of these policies shall be delivered to the Office of Insurance, Loss Control & Claims no later than three business days prior to the event to be catered on the University premises.