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Work Health and Safety Act 2011 No 10
Current version for 6 January 2017 to date (accessed 25 May 2017 at 17:14)
Part 12 Division 2 Section 228
228   Stays of reviewable decisions
(1)  An application for an internal review of a reviewable decision (other than a decision to issue a prohibition notice or a non-disturbance notice) stays the operation of the decision.
(2)  If an application is made for internal review of a decision to issue a prohibition notice or a non-disturbance notice, the reviewer may stay the operation of the decision.
(3)  The reviewer may make the decision to stay the operation of a decision on the reviewer’s own initiative or on the application of the applicant for review.
(4)  The reviewer must make a decision on an application for a stay within one working day after the reviewer receives the application.
(5)  If the reviewer has not made a decision to stay a decision within the time set out in subsection (4), the reviewer is taken to have made a decision to grant a stay.
(6)  A stay of the operation of a decision pending a decision on an internal review continues until whichever of the following is the earlier:
(a)  the end of the prescribed period for applying for an external review of the decision made on the internal review,
(b)  an application for external review is made.