- Self-assessment checklist: Follow the checklist to ensure that you are doing the right thing.
- Information for players: Gambling operators must provide information on gambling laws, support services and the chances of winning.
- Signage: Check that you have the correct signs in place, or download replacement signs for printing.
A register must be maintained by the Gambling Operator/Licence holder and include the details of all special employee licence holders or totalizator employees employed by the Gambling Operator/Licence holder. The following details must be include where applicable:
Name of staff member
Commencement date of employment
Special employee licence number
Expiry date of licence
Expiry date of RCG qualification
The register is to be provided to Liquor and Gaming Inspectors if requested.
Licence holders may keep the records electronically.
A sample of the staff register for the information of licence holders is provided here.
Coin Change Machine Location
Measure 4.8 of the “Access to cash" section of the Responsible Gambling Mandatory Code of Practice for Tasmania requires coin change machines to be located in the line of sight of main staffed areas of the licensed venue and in the position approved by the Tasmanian Liquor and Gaming Commission.
Venue Licence holders must submit floor plans along with a Coin Change Machine Location Approval Request Form to the Commission which identifies the main staffed area/s in which the machines are intended to be located. Approval of the machines forms part of the application process for a venue licence.
Coin Change Machine Location Approval Request Form (PDF 128Kb)
Exemption to Cash Cheques
Measure 4.6 of the “Access to cash" section of the Responsible Gambling Mandatory Code of Practice for Tasmania prohibits the cashing of cheques on licensed premises, unless an exemption has been granted by the Tasmanian Liquor and Gaming Commission (or the customer is an international visitor).
The Commission will consider approving an exemption where the licence holder can satisfactorily demonstrate that the venue is located in an area where cheque cashing facilities are otherwise unavailable and that this service is essential to the community. To find out how to apply for an exemption, refer to the following guidelines:
Guidelines for seeking exemption to cash cheques (PDF 71Kb)
Statutory Declaration for the Destruction of Gaming Equipment at a Disposal Site
Section 2.3.3 of the Gaming Equipment Transport, Storage and Disposal Standard requires that an approved statutory declaration is completed confirming witness to the destruction of gaming equipment.
Prescribed licence holders must complete the following statutory declaration:
Statutory Declaration - gaming equipment destruction (PDF 27Kb)