3772-8-01 Casino gaming employee license required.

(A) Employees of a casino operator or management company applicant or licensee, not required to obtain a key employee license, who perform the following functions, regardless of title, except for employees whose duties relate solely to non-gaming activities, must obtain and hold a casino gaming employee license:

(1) Assistant managers and other supervisors and managers;

(2) Boxpersons;

(3) Cashiers;

(4) Change personnel;

(5) Clerks;

(6) Count room personnel;

(7) Credit supervisors;

(8) Data processing personnel;

(9) Dealers and croupiers;

(10) Floorpersons;

(11) Hosts;

(12) Internal audit and accounting personnel;

(13) Machine mechanics, computer machine technicians and table game device technicians;

(14) Personnel authorized to extend complimentary services, including employees performing functions similar to those performed by a gaming junket;

(15) Personnel authorized to issue credit;

(16) Personnel authorized to issue promotional play;

(17) Personnel with security administrator access to a slot machine tracking system;

(18) Promotional play supervisors;

(19) Security personnel, including guards and game observers;

(20) Shift supervisors;

(21) Shills;

(22) Slot attendants;

(23) Surveillance personnel;

(24) Table game managers; and

(25) Any other employee who conducts or participates in the conduct of casino gaming, who participates in the transfer or handling of chips, tokens or money, or who participates in audit or accounting functions.

(B) A person employed as a casino gaming employee may not be employed concurrently by a gaming related vendor applicant or licensee, except that a person holding a casino gaming employee license may be employed by a licensed management company that is also licensed as a gaming related vendor.

Effective: 12/27/2011
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 12/16/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 3772.03(D)(27), 3772.033(M), 3772.131(A)(6), 3772.131(B)
Rule Amplifies: 3772.09(A), 3772.131(A), (B)