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Reconsideration of accreditation decisions

  (1)   A diagnostic imaging accreditation scheme must include a process under which:

  (a)   decisions made under the scheme in relation to accreditation of premises or a base are to be reconsidered on application by the proprietor of the premises or base concerned; and

  (b)   the proprietor is to be notified of the result of the reconsideration and of the proprietor's rights under section   23DZZIAD.

  (2)   A diagnostic imaging accreditation scheme must not allow:

  (a)   a decision to refuse to renew accreditation, or to refuse to renew accreditation for a procedure; or

  (b)   a decision to vary accreditation of diagnostic imaging premises or a base for mobile diagnostic imaging equipment so that the premises are or the base is accredited for fewer diagnostic imaging procedures; or

  (c)   a decision to revoke accreditation (other than a decision made on the ground that there is a potential danger to public health or safety if the accreditation is not revoked);

to take effect before the proprietor's rights to reconsideration under the scheme and under section   23DZZIAD are exhausted or have expired.

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