(1) A person may make a complaint to the QBCC commissioner about a pool safety inspector if the person believes there is a ground for disciplinary action against the pool safety inspector.
(2) A complaint must—(a) be in writing; and(b) contain particulars of the allegations on which it is founded.
(3) The commissioner may require the complainant to give further particulars of the complaint if the commissioner reasonably considers the further particulars are necessary for investigating the complaint.
(4) The commissioner may require a complaint or the further particulars to be verified by statutory declaration.
(5) The commissioner may dismiss any complaint without taking further action under this division if—(a) the further particulars are not given; or(b) the complaint or further particulars are not verified by statutory declaration in compliance with subsection (4) .
(6) The commissioner must not disclose to another person complaints against a pool safety inspector that have not been proved to the commissioner’s satisfaction.