(1) The Commissioner, or at the direction of the Commissioner, an investigator, may enter the premises of a mental health service provider for the purposes of investigating a complaint.
(2) The Commissioner or an investigator who enters the premises of a mental health service provider under subsection (1) may do any one or more of the following—
(a) inspect, examine or make enquiries at the premises;
(b) examine or inspect any thing, including a document or part of a document, at the premises;
(c) bring any equipment or materials to the premises that may be required;
(d) take any photographs or make any audio or visual recordings at the premises, including of a person at the premises provided the person has consented to having his or her photograph taken or the recording of him or her being made;
(e) use any equipment at the premises;
(f) make copies of, or take extracts from, any document kept at the premises;
(g) speak to any person receiving mental health services at the premises, if the person agrees;
(h) direct a person employed at the premises to produce a document or part of document located at the premises that is in the possession or control of the person;
(i) direct a person at the premises to answer any questions put by the investigator;
(j) do any other thing that is reasonably necessary for the purpose of performing or exercising his or her functions or powers under this Act or the regulations.