See Fair Work Act s.427
The Commission must specify, in an order suspending protected industrial action, the period for which the protected industrial action is suspended.
The Commission may specify, in the order, a longer period of notice of up to seven working days for the minimum period of notice for taking employee claim action (under s.430) if satisfied that there are exceptional circumstances justifying that longer period of notice.
See Fair Work Act s.428
The Commission may make an order extending the period of suspension specified in an order (the suspension order) suspending protected industrial action for a proposed enterprise agreement if:
If the Commission is permitted to make an order extending the period of suspension:
An application for an order extending a suspension of protected industrial action must be accompanied by a copy of the order to suspend protected industrial action to which the application relates.
All forms are available on the Forms page of the Commission's website.
See Fair Work Act s.429
This section applies in relation to employee claim action for a proposed enterprise agreement if:
A person may engage in the employee claim action without another protected action ballot.
For the purposes of working out when the employee claim action may be engaged in, the suspension period (including any dates authorised by the protected action ballot as dates on which employee claim action is to be engaged in) must be disregarded.
Nothing in this section authorises employee claim action that is different in type or duration from the employee claim action that was authorised by the protected action ballot.
See Fair Work Act s.430
Before a person engages in employee claim action for a proposed enterprise agreement after a suspension period, a bargaining representative of an employee who will be covered by the proposed enterprise agreement must give written notice of the action to the employer of the employee.
The period of notice must be at least:
The notice must state the nature of the employee claim action and the day on which it will start.
 Fair Work Commission Rules r. 32.