Each applicant for a casino operator license must submit written internal control plans for commission approval at least sixty days before the applicant's anticipated casino opening. No casino operator licensee may open to the public without the commission's approval of these plans and without the executive director or his/her designee's final approval of each conditional licensing item as directed by the commission. The required internal control plans shall at a minimum include the following:
(A) Internal controls for casino operations, as detailed under this chapter;
(B) Internal controls for table game and slot machine operations, as detailed under Chapter 3772-11 of the Administrative Code;
(C) Internal controls for compulsive and problem gambling, as detailed under Chapter 3772-12 of the Administrative Code;
(D) Internal controls for surveillance and standards, as detailed under Chapter 3772-19 of the Administrative Code;
(E) Internal controls for security, as detailed under Chapter 3772-20 of the Administrative Code; and
(F) Any other internal controls or plans required by the commission.