If you’re responsible for the facilities of a casino, you’ll want to make sure that everything works smoothly. This is why the International Facility Management Association (IFMA) has created a new community of practice: Casino and Gaming Facilities. This group will bring together facility managers in the casino industry and provide networking opportunities for members. To learn more, check out the website of the IFMA community. And be sure to join the group’s Facebook page!
In addition to meeting the minimum requirements, Casino Facilities must have a written project employee policy to set fair and uniform standards for employees and to establish dispute resolution processes. To prevent any liability, Casino Facilities must carry commercial general liability insurance, broad form property liability insurance, and personal injury insurance in minimum amounts. The minimum amounts for this insurance coverage are $1,000,000 per occurrence for both property damage and bodily injury. The casino also needs fidelity bonds on employees.
Casino facility licensees must also adhere to regulations for advertising and promotions. For instance, they must post prize drawing information in prominent areas and ensure that participants are physically present. Additionally, they can provide free food and refreshments to players as part of their “customer service” activities. In addition, casino operators must follow the rules and regulations set by the Board. To ensure compliance with these regulations, casino operators should follow the AGLC’s guidelines for the operation of their facilities.
The commission must adopt rules within six months of September 10, 2010. The rules must address the subjects outlined in division (D) of this section. The commission may also adopt rules addressing the conduct of employees and agents of a casino. They will be enacted within six months of the date that they were adopted. A public hearing will also be held if the commission finds that a person violated these regulations. The commission must then issue regulations regarding the program.
The Gambling Control Unit (GCU) is responsible for monitoring and ensuring that revenues received by licensed casino facilities are properly recorded and distributed according to Statute Title 8 SS1036. In addition to these regulations, GCU also monitors casino revenues, including comparing daily reports to the Central Site Monitoring System (CSMS).
Seminole Casino Coconut Creek offers an upscale local experience. The casino features almost 2,200 Las Vegas-style slots and over 70 live table games with real dealers and cards. Guests can enjoy the non-smoking area known as Coco’s Smoke-Free Pavilion, which is accessible from the West Lot. High-limit areas are also available for the most luxurious gaming experience. The Seminole Casino’s onsite restaurant has a full service restaurant and smoke-free section. The hotel offers daily entertainment and rewarding promotions.