Health and Safety at Work Act 2015

Subpart 5—Reviews and appeals

130 Interpretation

In this subpart, unless the context otherwise requires,—

appealable decision means any of the following:

(a)

a reviewable decision, but only if that decision has been subject to internal review and the regulator has made a decision on the review:

(b)

a decision made by the regulator to issue a notice (including a subsequent notice):

(c)

a decision made by the regulator to cancel or vary a notice:

(d)

a decision made by the regulator to extend the time to comply with an improvement notice:

(e)

a decision made by the regulator to stay the operation of a decision to issue a notice:

(f)

a decision made by the regulator of a type prescribed by regulations for the purposes of this section

eligible person, in relation to an appealable decision or a reviewable decision, means a person affected by the decision or that person’s representative

reviewable decision means a decision made by an inspector—

(a)

to issue a notice (including a subsequent notice) under this Act; or

(b)

to extend the time to comply with an improvement notice; or

(c)

in respect of a provisional improvement notice under section 81; or

(d)

of a type prescribed by regulations for the purposes of this section.