(1) A prescribed person is to inform the Commissioner, by notice in writing, if he or she reasonably believes that (a) a patient or client is likely to possess or use a firearm; and(b) such possession or use would be unsafe, for the patient or client or another person (i) because of the patient's or client's mental or physical condition; or(ii) because the patient or client would be a threat to public safety.(2) A notice is to specify (a) the patient's or client's name and address; and(b) the reason for the opinion held in relation to the patient.(3) A representative of an approved pistol shooting club, or a representative of an approved society, the members of which collect firearms, is to inform the Commissioner by notice in writing of any concern held by the club or society or any member of the club or society that a person may pose a danger if in possession of a firearm.(4) A representative of an approved pistol shooting club, or a representative of an approved society, the members of which collect firearms, is to inform the Commissioner by notice in writing of a member's expulsion and the reasons for the expulsion.(5) The act of giving any information in a notice in good faith does not give rise to any criminal or civil action or remedy.(6) In this section,prescribed person means (a) a medical practitioner; or(b) a registered nurse; or(c) a person registered under the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (Tasmania) in the psychology profession; or(d) any other person or class of person determined by the Minister by notice in the Gazette to be a prescribed person.(7) A notice for the purpose of subsection (6) (d) is not a statutory rule for the purposes of the Rules Publication Act 1953 .