Photo courtesy of Katherine Scrimshaw
If you discover that your controlled prescription pad, or part of your pad, is missing—whether it’s lost or stolen— take these steps:
Missing pads that contain client information not only create privacy/confidentiality issues, but may also create client safety issues. Client names and addresses may allow others to know who has controlled drugs or substances.
If any client information is contained in the missing pad, the
BC Privacy Commissioner must be notified. This can be done by completing the
Privacy Breach Form on the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner (OIPC)
If you have questions or would like more information about the
Controlled Prescription Program and CPP pads, contact
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