Information Identified in Floor Plans

Relevant Standard(s): 5.1
Application: All Sectors


Does Standard 5.1, Requirement 1a require actual inventory levels, or just the general type of inventory in the area? Would actual inventory levels be required for some items, such as active slot machines, but not others, such as stored replacement parts?


In terms of stored devices and replacement parts, it is not necessary to show the precise inventory levels or the exact type of part, but the level of sensitivity of the area, as well as the general type of inventory in the area should definitely be indicated. For active gaming devices and tables on the gaming floor, the exact number of devices should be included and the type of table game (e.g., blackjack vs. baccarat), but it isn’t necessary to go into greater detail regarding other information, such as the brand of machine.

Relevant Standard Excerpt(s):

Operators shall have available for review by the AGCO floor plans and documentation showing that the premises complies with all applicable laws including:

  1. Zoning by-laws respecting the use of the premises
  2. Building Code Act, 1992
  3. Fire Protection and Prevention Act, 1997 (including emergency evacuation plans)
  4. Health Protection and Promotion Act, 1997
  5. Liquor Licence Act

Requirements – At a minimum:

  1. Floor plans shall identify the sensitivity level of each area of the premises including:
    1. Areas within the premises at which lottery schemes are offered, showing the current inventory and location of games;
    2. Financial control areas;
    3. Areas containing sensitive inventories.
  2. Floor plans or other documentation shall identify areas where a dual authorization access system or two factor access system is appropriate, given the sensitivity level of the area.
  3. Floor plans or other documentation shall include the maximum capacity approved for the gaming site.

This interpretation is provided for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. The interpretation relates to a specific set of circumstances and the standards, laws and regulations in force at the time the interpretation was issued; however, it is not an exhaustive or definitive interpretation of the standard(s) referenced herein.

The AGCO has established the Standards Interpretation Protocol, which acts as a single point of contact for inquiries from the gaming industry related to the interpretation of the Standards. For more information, please contact the AGCO’s Customer Service Department at 416 326-8700 (in the GTA) or 1 800 522-2876 (toll free in Ontario).

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