The council must not grant an application for an approval to install or operate an amusement device unless it is satisfied:
(a) that the ground or other surface on which the device is to be or has been erected is sufficiently firm to sustain the device while it is in operation and is not dangerous because of its slope or irregularity or for any other reason, and
(b) that the device is registered under the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation 2001 , and
(c) that the device is to be or has been erected in accordance with all conditions (if any) relating to its erection set out in the current certificate of registration issued for the device under that Regulation, and
(d) that there exists for the device a current log book within the meaning of Chapter 5 of that Regulation, and
(e) that there is in force a contract of insurance or indemnity for the device that complies with clause 74.