(1) An inspector may issue an infringement notice if—
(a) the inspector believes on reasonable grounds that the person is committing, or has committed, an infringement offence; and
(b) the person has had prior warning of the infringement offence under section 56C; and
(c) an inspector or another person has not taken enforcement action against the same defendant in respect of the same matter.
(2) An inspector may revoke an infringement notice before the infringement fee is paid, or an order for payment of a fine is made or deemed to be made by a court under section 21 of the Summary Proceedings Act 1957.
(3) An infringement notice is revoked by giving written notice to the person to whom it was issued that the notice is revoked.
Section 56B: inserted, on 5 May 2003, by section 29 of the Health and Safety in Employment Amendment Act 2002 (2002 No 86).