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The Controlled Drugs (Supervision of Management and Use) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2009

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20.—(1) For the purposes of section 20 of the 2006 Act, the following are prescribed as relevant premises which may be inspected by the accountable officer nominated or appointed by the Regional Board, or (where appropriate) by a member of staff of the Regional Board—

(a)the premises of the Regional Board;

(b)the premises of any person acting on behalf of, or providing services under arrangements made with the Regional Board, unless those arrangements are with a HSC Trust;

(c)any other premises which are covered by arrangements established by virtue of regulation 19(1) but which are not mentioned in sub-paragraphs (a) or (b).

(2) For the purposes of section 20 of the 2006 Act, the following are prescribed as relevant premises which may be inspected by an accountable officer nominated or appointed by a HSC trust or the NIAS, or (where appropriate) by a member of the staff of the HSC trust or the NIAS—

(a)the premises of the HSC trust for which he is the accountable officer or (where appropriate) of which he is a member of staff; and

(b)the premises of any person acting on behalf of, or providing services under arrangements made with the HSC trust, unless those arrangements are with the Board or an independent hospital.

(3) For the purposes of section 20 of the 2006 Act, the following are prescribed as relevant premises which may be inspected by an accountable officer nominated or appointed by an independent hospital or (where appropriate) by a member of the staff of the independent hospital—

(a)the premises of the independent hospital for which he is the accountable officer; and

(b)the premises of any person acting on behalf of, or providing services under arrangements made with, that independent hospital, unless those arrangements are with the Regional Board or a HSC Trust.

(4) All the premises mentioned in paragraphs (1) to (3) are also prescribed as relevant premises in relation to constables and persons authorised by the relevant authority under section 20(5)(a) of the 2006 Act (and accordingly they may exercise the powers under section 20 of the 2006 Act as regards those premises).

(5) An authorisation given under section 20(5)(a) or (c) of the 2006 Act must be in writing.

(6) An accountable officer (“the first accountable officer”) may request in writing that an accountable officer of another designated body of the same type inspect—

(a)the premises of the designated body of the first accountable officer; or

(b)the premises of any person acting on behalf of, or providing services under arrangements made with the designated body of the first accountable officer,

subject to an appropriate authorisation being granted.

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