Notices: in general
If an inspector forms a reasonable belief that sections of the Act have been contravened, are being contravened, or could be contravened, they can issue a written notice.
You must display this notice:
- as soon as possible
- in a prominent position at the affected workplace area (for example, on a noticeboard)
- while in force - it must not intentionally be removed, destroyed, damaged or defaced.
An injunction may be sought from the Magistrates Court to compel compliance with an inspector’s notice or restrain a person from contravening the notice.