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Contents (2011 - 674)
Work Health and Safety Regulation 2011
Repealed version for 1 July 2017 to 31 August 2017 (accessed 23 November 2017 at 03:59)
107   Matters taken into account
(1)  In making a decision under clause 106, the regulator must have regard to:
(a)  any submissions made by the licence holder under clause 108, and
(b)  any advice received from a corresponding regulator.
(2)  For the purposes of clause 106 (1) (a), the regulator must have regard to all relevant matters, including the following:
(a)  any offence under the Act or this Regulation or under a corresponding WHS law, of which the licence holder has been convicted or found guilty,
(b)  in relation to any equivalent licence applied for or held by the licence holder under the Act or this Regulation or under a corresponding WHS law:
(i)  any refusal to grant the licence, and
(ii)  any condition imposed on the licence, if granted, and
(iii)  any suspension or cancellation of the licence, if granted, including any disqualification from applying for any licence,
(c)  any enforceable undertaking the licence holder has entered into under the Act or a corresponding WHS law,
(d)  the licence holder’s record in relation to any matters arising under the Act or this Regulation or under a corresponding WHS law.