(1) This section applies for taking a forensic disability client from the forensic disability service to an authorised mental health service (the relevant service) under a transfer order.
(2) This section also applies for taking a client to the forensic disability service or an authorised mental health service under section 113 (each of which are also the relevant service).
(3) Despite the absence or refusal of the client's consent, medication may be administered to the client before or while being taken to the relevant service.
(4) However, the medication—
(a) may be administered to the client only if a doctor is satisfied it is necessary to ensure the safety of the client or others while the client is being taken to the relevant service; and
(b) must be administered by a doctor, or registered nurse under the instruction of a doctor.
(5) The doctor or registered nurse may administer the medication with the help, and using the minimum force, that is necessary and reasonable in the circumstances.
(6) For subsection (4)(b), the doctor's instruction must include the medication's name and the dose, route and frequency of administration.
(7) A doctor or registered nurse who administers medication under this section must keep a written record of the matters mentioned in subsection (6).
(8) This section applies despite the Guardianship and Administration Act, chapter 5, part 2, division 1.
Guardianship and Administration Act, chapter 5, part 2, division 1 (Health care—no consent)