(1) If the Secretary considers that a ground exists to amend or cancel an accreditation the Secretary must give the accredited person written notice—
(a) of the Secretary's intention to take the proposed action; and
(b) of the reasons and grounds for the proposed action; and
(c) inviting the accredited person (within a stated time of at least 28 days) to show cause why the action should not be taken.
(2) If, after considering all written submissions made within the time stated in the notice, the Secretary still considers a ground exists to take the proposed action, the Secretary may amend or cancel the accreditation in accordance with the terms of the notice.
(3) The Secretary must give the person written notice of the decision and, if the Secretary decides to amend or cancel the accreditation, the reasons for the decision and that the person may apply to the Secretary for a reconsideration of the decision.