Queensland Club Employees
Employment Screening Australia has partnered with many Queensland clubs to provide National Police History Checks for their employees.
Why does my club want me to get a police check?
In September 2012 the State Government amended the Gaming Machine Act 1991 to remove the requirement that gaming employees be licensed. Prior to this, gaming employees performing specific gaming duties and tasks were required to obtain a gaming license through the Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation (OLGR). As part of the licensing assessment process, a police check was automatically carried out on the applicant by the OLGR. Since licensing was abolished, the onus has fallen to individual clubs to ensure their employees meet due diligence requirements as set out by AUSTRAC, the body that regulates gaming.
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