Service contractors install and service gaming machines in clubs and hotels on behalf of licensed monitoring operators (LMOs). All work carried out by the service contractor is carried out under contract for the holder of a supplier's licence (LMO).
Service contractors - as individuals or body corporate - need this licence to maintain gaming machines throughout Queensland.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
This licence remains in effect for 5 years.
Application fee for category 1 body corporate service contractor's licence
Renewal fee for category 1 body corporate service contractor's licence
Application fee for category 2 body corporate service contractor's licence
Renewal fee for category 2 body corporate service contractor's licence
Application fee for individual service contractor's licence
Renewal fee for individual service contractor's licence
To apply for a new service contractor's licence (individual) submit the following to the Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation (OLGR):
Form 14A: Application for a service contracto'rs licence (individual)
Form 20A: Affidavit for service contractor's licence
personal probity form
Body corporate application
To apply for a new service contractor's licence (body corporate) submit the following to OLGR:
Form 14B: Application for a service contractor's licence (body corporate)
Form 20A: Affidavit for service contractors licence
company probity form
personal probity form (for each company director, company secretary and chief executive officer)
If you are a service contractor operating as a body corporate you need notify OLGR whenever a company secretary or chief executive officer ceases or commences employment:
Form 19: Notification of cessation or commencement of secretary or executive officer of a service contractor (body corporate)
This licence cannot be transferred.
Please refer to section 4 of the Gaming Machine Regulation 2002 for the definition of a category 1 body corporate.
Department of Justice and Attorney-General
Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation
Gaming Machine Act 1991 (Queensland)
Gaming Machine Regulation 2002 (Queensland)
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