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The Risk Assessment and Minimisation (Accreditation Scheme) (Scotland) Order 2006

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8.—(1) Where–

(a)an applicant’s membership of, or registration with, a professional regulatory body is suspended or otherwise temporarily removed, resulting in a breach of a condition imposed in terms of article 5(5)(c), or

(b)a condition to similar effect has been so breached,

the accreditation committee shall suspend the applicant’s accreditation for so long as such condition is not fulfilled.

(2) If the accreditation committee considers that an accreditation should not be valid pending a decision under article 7(8) it may at any time suspend that accreditation, in whole or in part.

(3) Any suspension under paragraph (2) shall remain in force until the accreditation committee sends the applicant written notification in accordance with article 7(10) or until such earlier time as the committee shall determine.

(4) Where the accreditation committee suspends an applicant’s accreditation it shall send the applicant written notification of this decision within 2 weeks of it being taken.

(5) Except where the accreditation committee decides otherwise, the suspension of an accreditation shall not affect the validity of any work carried out by an accredited person in consequence of that accreditation nor of any work conducted in an accredited manner prior to such suspension.

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