An application from a licensed wholesaler to waive the business hour requirements of division (H) of section 3743.19 of the Revised Code shall contain all of the following information:
The name, address, and license number of the wholesaler.
The reason for closing the business.
The exact date the business will be closed and the exact date the business will reopen.
An inventory list of the fireworks that will be stored on the premises during the time that the business is closed.
A name, telephone number and address where the licensed wholesaler may be contacted in the event of an emergency.
The name, address and telephone number of a responsible person who shall have access and keys to all buildings on the premises.
The manner in which the building(s) and site have been secured to prevent trespassing, theft, or unauthorized entry into the building(s) or structure(s).
The name and signature of the local fire official and law enforcement officer who have been notified of the anticipated closing date.
The name and signature of the fire and buildings officials who have been notified if the fire suppression system is to be turned off while the facility is closed.
If a licensed wholesaler is granted a waiver pursuant to this paragraph and the wholesaler reopens the premises listed in the waiver for fireworks sales prior to the expiration date of the waiver period, the licensed wholesaler shall notify in writing the state fire marshal, local fire official and the local law enforcement officer of the date the wholesaler reopens.
If a licensed wholesaler reopens pursuant to paragraph (W)(2)(3323.2) of this rule, any waiver granted to the wholesaler under this paragraph shall automatically expire.