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Work Health and Safety Regulation 2011
Repealed version for 1 July 2017 to 31 August 2017 (accessed 22 September 2017 at 20:06)
120   Refusal to grant accreditation—process
(1)  If the regulator proposes to refuse to grant an accreditation, the regulator must give the applicant a written notice:
(a)  informing the applicant of the reasons for the proposed refusal, and
(b)  advising the applicant that the applicant may, by a specified date (being not less than 28 days after the notice is given), make a submission to the regulator in relation to the proposed refusal.
(2)  After the date specified in a notice under subclause (1), the regulator must:
(a)  if the applicant has made a submission in relation to the proposed refusal to grant the accreditation—consider that submission, and
(b)  whether or not the applicant has made a submission—decide whether to grant or refuse to grant the accreditation, and
(c)  within 14 days after making that decision, give the applicant written notice of the decision, including the reasons for the decision.
 A refusal to grant an accreditation is a reviewable decision (see clause 676).