Licence holders of Tasmanian casinos should disclose profits from gaming activity, the United Workers Union says.
The union has said a lack of transparency was a significant problem in gaming legislation and operation in the state and needed to be remedied.
"Operators may be private companies, but conditions of a license should require transparency as part of their obligations to the public," it said in a proposal put to the government.
UWU casino organiser Simon Davis said there should also be a worker representative on the Tasmanian Gaming Commission.
He said jobs for casino workers needed to be made more secure with better wages and conditions.
The union has requested gaming regulation be amended to include a minimum staff-to-patron level of security and gaming supervisory and compliance staff.
"Casino workers have a valuable contribution to make to harm minimisation," Mr Davis said.
"For example, the establishment of suitably trained, worker-elected responsible gaming officers operating independently to the licensee would assist in that outcome."
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