(a) the Secretary decides that the sanction should take effect at a time that is later than the * section 67-5 notice time; and
(b) that decision is set out in the section 67-5 notice;
the sanction takes effect at that later time.
(2) In making a decision under subsection (1), the Secretary must have regard to the following:
(a) the desirability of allowing sufficient time for the taking of reasonable steps to inform:
(i) each care recipient who is likely to be affected by the imposition of the sanction; and
(ii) an individual who, in the opinion of the Secretary, is concerned for the safety, health and well-being of such a care recipient;
(iii) the imposition of the sanction; and
(iv) the consequences under this Act and the Aged Care (Transitional Provisions) Act 1997 of the imposition of the sanction;
(b) any risk to the safety, health or well-being of care recipients to whom the approved provider is providing care;
(c) any other matters specified in the Sanctions Principles.
(a) the sanction consists of revoking the approved provider's approval under Part 2.1 as a provider of * aged care services; and
(b) the sanction is the only sanction imposed on the approved provider in relation to non-compliance with one or more of its responsibilities under Part 4.1, 4.2 or 4.3; and
(c) paragraph 66-2(1)(a) does not apply to the sanction;
then, in making a decision under subsection (1), the Secretary must ensure that the sanction takes effect within 14 days after the * section 67-5 notice time.