South Australian Numbered Acts

[Index] [Table] [Search] [Search this Act] [Notes] [Noteup] [Download] [Help]



           Long Title

   PART 1--Preliminary

   1.      Short title
   2.      Commencement
   3.      Interpretation
   4.      Medical fitness to provide chiropractic or osteopathy

   PART 2--Chiropractic and Osteopathy Board of South Australia

           Division 1--Establishment of Board

   5.      Establishment of Board

           Division 2--Board's membership

   6.      Composition of Board
   7.      Elections and casual vacancies
   8.      Terms and conditions of membership
   9.      Presiding member and deputy
   10.     Vacancies or defects in appointment of members
   11.     Remuneration

           Division 3--Registrar and staff of Board

   12.     Registrar of Board
   13.     Other staff of Board

           Division 4--General functions and powers

   14.     Functions of Board
   15.     Committees
   16.     Delegations

           Division 5--Board's procedures

   17.     Board's procedures
   18.     Conflict of interest etc under Public Sector Management Act
   19.     Powers of Board in relation to witnesses etc
   20.     Principles governing proceedings
   21.     Representation at proceedings before Board
   22.     Costs

           Division 6--Accounts, audit and annual report

   23.     Accounts and audit
   24.     Annual report

   PART 3--Registration and practice

           Division 1--Registers

   25.     Registers
   26.     Authority conferred by registration

           Division 2--Registration

   27.     Registration of natural persons as chiropractors or osteopaths
   28.     Registration of chiropractic and osteopathy students
   29.     Application for registration and provisional registration
   30.     Removal from register
   31.     Reinstatement on register
   32.     Fees and returns

           Division 3--Special provisions relating to chiropractic or osteopathy services providers

   33.     Information to be given to Board by chiropractic or osteopathy services providers

           Division 4--Restrictions relating to provision of chiropractic or osteopathy

   34.     Illegal holding out as registered person
   35.     Illegal holding out concerning limitations or conditions
   36.     Use of certain titles or descriptions prohibited
   37.     Restrictions on provision of chiropractic or osteopathy by unqualified persons
   38.     Board's approval required where chiropractor, osteopath, chiropractic student or osteopathy student has not practised for 5 years

   PART 4--Investigations and proceedings

           Division 1--Preliminary

   39.     Interpretation
   40.     Cause for disciplinary action

           Division 2--Investigations

   41.     Powers of inspectors
   42.     Offence to hinder etc inspector

           Division 3--Proceedings before Board

   43.     Obligation to report medical unfitness or unprofessional conduct of chiropractor, osteopath, chiropractic student or osteopathy student
   44.     Medical fitness of chiropractor, osteopath, chiropractic student or osteopathy student
   45.     Inquiries by Board as to matters constituting grounds for disciplinary action
   46.     Contravention of prohibition order
   47.     Register of prohibition orders
   48.     Variation or revocation of conditions of registration
   49.     Constitution of Board for purpose of proceedings
   50.     Provisions as to proceedings before Board

   PART 5--Appeals

   51.     Right of appeal to District Court
   52.     Operation of order may be suspended
   53.     Variation or revocation of conditions imposed by Court

   PART 6--Miscellaneous

   54.     Interpretation
   55.     Offence to contravene conditions of registration
   56.     Registered person etc must declare interest in prescribed business
   57.     Offence to give, offer or accept benefit for referral or recommendation
   58.     Improper directions to chiropractors, osteopaths, chiropractic students or osteopathy students
   59.     Procurement of registration by fraud
   60.     Statutory declarations
   61.     False or misleading statement
   62.     Registered person must report medical unfitness to Board
   63.     Report to Board of cessation of status as student
   64.     Registered persons and chiropractic or osteopathy services providers to be indemnified against loss
   65.     Information relating to claim against registered person or chiropractic or osteopathy services provider to be provided
   66.     Victimisation
   67.     Self-incrimination
   68.     Punishment of conduct that constitutes an offence
   69.     Vicarious liability for offences
   70.     Application of fines
   71.     Board may require medical examination or report
   72.     Ministerial review of decisions relating to courses
   73.     Confidentiality
   74.     Service
   75.     Evidentiary provision
   76.     Regulations
           SCHEDULE 1--Repeal and transitional provisions
           SCHEDULE 2--Further provisions relating to Board
           Legislative history

AustLII: Copyright Policy | Disclaimers | Privacy Policy | Feedback