Stop orders etc.
(1) If it appears to FWA that industrial action by one or more non‑national system employees or non‑national system employers:
(i) happening; or
(ii) threatened, impending or probable; or
(iii) being organised; and
(b) will, or would, be likely to have the effect of causing substantial loss or damage to the business of a constitutional corporation;
FWA must make an order that the industrial action stop, not occur or not be organised (as the case may be) for a period specified in the order.
Note: For interim orders, see section 420.
(2) FWA may make the order:
(a) on its own initiative; or
(b) on application by either of the following:
(i) a person who is affected (whether directly or indirectly), or who is likely to be affected (whether directly or indirectly), by the industrial action;
(ii) an organisation of which a person referred to in subparagraph (i) is a member.
(3) In making the order, FWA does not have to specify the particular industrial action.