If an authorised person1 is of the opinion that activities are being carried on or are likely to be carried on by or under the control of a person and that the activity involves or as the case may be, will involve a risk of serious personal injury, the authorised person may serve on that person a prohibition notice2. A prohibition notice must:
(1) state that the authorised person is of the opinion referred to above;
(2) specify the matters which in the authorised
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