(1) If the QBCC commissioner believes grounds exist to act under subdivision 1 , it must, before taking the action, give the relevant pool safety inspector a notice (a
"show cause notice" ).
(2) The show cause notice must state each of the following—(a) the proposed action;(b) the grounds for taking the proposed action;(c) the facts and circumstances forming the basis for the grounds;(d) if the proposed action is to amend the licence—the proposed amendment;(e) if the proposed action is to suspend the licence—the proposed suspension period;(f) that the pool safety inspector may, within a stated period (the
"show cause period" ), make submissions about why the proposed action should not be taken.
(3) The show cause period must end at least 20 business days after the pool safety inspector is given the show cause notice.
(4) The proposed suspension period may be fixed by reference to the happening of a stated event.