The compliance notice must state the following matters—
(a) that the chief executive or inspector believes the person has contravened a provision of this Act in circumstances that make it likely the contravention will continue or be repeated;
(b) the provision the chief executive or inspector believes has been contravened;
(c) briefly, how it is believed the provision has been contravened;
(d) the matter relating to the contravention that the chief executive or inspector believes is reasonably capable of being rectified;
(e) the reasonable steps the person must take to rectify the matter;
(f) that the person must take the steps within a stated period that is reasonable, having regard to any health risks posed by the contravention;
(g) that it is an offence to fail to comply with the compliance notice unless the person has a reasonable excuse.