(a) Pursuant to Business and Professions Code section 494, the Bureau may petition for an interim order to suspend any license or impose licensing restrictions upon any licensee, if: (1) The licensee has engaged in acts or omissions constituting a violation of the Business and Professions Code or this division, or been convicted of a crime substantially related to the licensed activity, and (2) Permitting the licensee to continue to engage in the licensed activity would endanger the public health, safety, or welfare. (b) An interim order for suspension or restrictions may issue with notice, as follows: (1) The Bureau shall provide the licensee with at least 15 days’ notice of the hearing on the petition for an interim order. (2) The notice shall include documents submitted in support of the petition. (c) An interim order for suspension or restrictions may issue without notice to the licensee, as follows: (1) If it appears from the Bureau’s petition and supporting documents that serious injury would result to the public before the matter could be heard on notice. (2) The Bureau shall provide the licensee with a hearing on the petition within 20 days after issuance of the initial interim order. (3) Notice of the hearing shall be provided within two days after issuance of the initial interim order. (d) The Bureau shall file an accusation, pursuant to Chapter 5 (commencing with Section 11500) of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government Code, within 15 calendar days of the issuance of the interim order. Authority: Section 26013, Business and Professions Code; Reference: Sections 494, 26011.5, 26012 and 26031, Business and Professions Code.