158 Certain casino employees must be approved

(1)

A person employed in a casino to do an activity described in subsection (2) must hold a certificate of approval issued under section 163.

(2)

The activities are—

(a)

conducting approved games (for example, as a dealer):

(b)

counting money or chips derived from or used in gambling:

(c)

moving money or chips derived from or used in gambling:

(d)

buying or redeeming chips:

(e)

operating, maintaining, constructing, or repairing gambling equipment:

(f)

supervising or managing any of the activities described in paragraphs (a) to (e).

(3)

Regulations may be made under section 371 that prescribe other classes of casino employees who require a certificate of approval.

(4)

A person engaged by a casino licence holder under a contract for services may be required to apply for a certificate of approval if the Secretary determines that the services relate to an activity described in subsection (2) or to an activity usually performed by a class of employees prescribed under subsection (3).

Compare: 1990 No 62 s 52