(A) The casino operator licensee or applicant's director of security, or the equivalent position thereof, shall maintain an emergency operations plan, including evacuation procedures, to deal with the following at the casino facility:
(1) The discovery or threat of an explosive device;
(2) A fire or fire alarm;
(3) A terrorist threat;
(4) Severe storms or other acts of nature;
(5) The threat or use of a firearm or any other weapon; and
(6) Any other event for which the commission determines that prior planning is necessary.
(B) The casino operator licensee or applicant's emergency operations plan shall have the safety of people at the casino facility as the first priority and shall include, but not be limited to, a communication plan with local emergency responders, training for all of its staff, and digital video recording procedures.
(C) The casino operator licensee or applicant's director of security, or the equivalent position thereof, shall ensure that the commission's staff and gaming agents at the facility are notified of any emergency situation at the time the emergency arises.
(D) Any proposed amendments to the emergency operations plan shall be submitted to the commission for approval at least thirty days before the date of desired implementation.
(E) No proposed amendment to the emergency operations plan shall be implemented until the commission has authorized the casino operator licensee or applicant to do so.