33—Information to be given to Board by podiatric services providers
podiatric services provider must—
the case of a person who was a podiatric services provider immediately before
the commencement of this section—within 60 days of that commencement;
any other case—within 60 days of becoming a podiatric services provider,
give written notice to the Board of—
provider's full name and business or (in the case of a corporation) registered
address of the premises at which the provider provides podiatric treatment;
full names and nominated contact addresses of the podiatrists through the
instrumentality of whom the provider is providing podiatric treatment; and
the case of a corporate or trustee podiatric services provider—the full
names and addresses of all persons who occupy a position of authority in the
(2) The provider must,
within 30 days of any change occurring in the particulars required to be given
under subsection (1), inform the Board in writing of the change.
(3) A person who
contravenes or fails to comply with this section is guilty of an offence.
Maximum penalty: $10 000.
(4) The Board must
keep a record of information provided to the Board under this section
available for inspection, on payment of the prescribed fee, by any person
during ordinary office hours at the office of the Board and may make the
record available to the public by electronic means.