Basically, there is no relaxation of the rules. This was done so that there internal operations can be maintained in a systematic way. Unfortunately, the HQL information is specifically for the HQL and can't be used for anything else.
We do HOPE that there will be more relaxed rules in the future, but it will likely be some time before that happens.
I have another question. Based upon your opinion, If I were doing basic gunsmithing and amorer jobs, had an FFL and a state registered DBA, would that qualify for a wear and carry for prevention of theft of materials in transport or on my premises?
In a huge decision authored by Judge O'Scannlain, a split panel of the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has ruled that Hawaii's ban on open carry outside the home in that state violates the Second Amendment under any level of scrutiny. The decision, Young v. Hawaii, can be found here. The decision is very scholarly, carefully reasoned and a powerful statement that the Second Amendment is not a "second-class" right or a constitutional "orphan."