Explosives Regulations, 2013
173 (1) The Chief Inspector of Explosives may suspend a licence, permit or certificate, in whole or in part, if the holder fails to comply with the Explosives Act, these Regulations or any term or condition of the document. The suspension continues until the measures required to bring the holder into compliance are taken.
(2) The Chief Inspector may cancel a licence, permit or certificate if the holder
(3) Before suspending or cancelling a licence, permit or certificate, the Chief Inspector must provide the holder with written notice of the reasons for the suspension or cancellation and its effective date and give them an opportunity to provide reasons why the licence, permit or certificate should not be suspended or cancelled.
Marginal note:Review by Minister
(4) The holder may request that the Minister of Natural Resources review the Chief Inspector’s decision to suspend or cancel. The request must be made in writing within 15 days after the Chief Inspector has given the holder notice of the decision. The Minister must confirm, revoke or amend the decision.
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