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Inspectorate and Enforcement Section

Introduction

The Inspectorate and Enforcement Section is one of the 5 sections in the Traditional and Complementary Medicine Division, Ministry of Health Malaysia. It was established on 1 June 2007. This Section consists of 3 units namely Operations & Intelligence Unit, Surveillance and Investigation Unit and Legislation and Prosecution Unit.

   Function   

Operations and Intelligence Unit

  1. Plan and coordinate the Briefing on the T&CM Act 2016 and the Responsibilities of Registered Practitioners for Practitioners of Traditional and Complementary Medicine (T&CM).
  2. Plan and coordinate educational visits to T&CM practitioners to create awareness on T&CM Act 2016.
  3. Plan and coordinate observation visit activities on T&CM premises.
  4. Plan and coordinate premise visit activities for the evaluation of T&CM practices in Malaysia.
  5. Plan and coordinate engagement session activities with local authorities by CPTK.
  6. Plan and coordinate integrated operational activities with other enforcement agencies.

 

Surveillance and Investigation Unit

  1. Plan and coordinate the management of complaints related to T&CM practices/ practitioners as well as complaints related to advertisement received in accordance with established procedures.
  2. Plan and coordinate advertisement investigation activities under Section 4A of the Medicines (Advertisement and Sale) Act 1956.
  3. Plan and coordinate the handling of briefings/ talks/ exhibitions related to T&CM.
  4. Plan and coordinate the preparation of reports on consumer education activities.
  5. Plan and coordinate the updating of materials/ references for consumer education activities.
  6. Provide related guidelines on the handling of complaints received, investigation on advertising offenses under Section 4A of the Medicines (Advertising and Sale) Act 1956 and information dissemination activities on T&CM.

 

Legislation & Prosecution Unit

  1. Plan and coordinate activities related to the application for the power to investigate, to prosecute and to check identification cards for enforcement officers.
  2. Plan and coordinate activities related to the prosecution of cases in court under Section 4A of the Medicines (Advertisement and Sale) Act 1956.
  3. Plan and coordinate training attachments for prosecution in court with the relevant enforcement agencies within MOH.
  4. Plan and coordinate activities related to advertisement screening during educational visits, in social media as well as selected subscription magazines/ newspapers.
  5. Plan and coordinate activities related to the preparation of enforcement-related guidelines and standard operating procedures.
  6. Plan and coordinate the organization of enforcement-related courses or training for T&CM Division and T&CM Branch officers.
  7. Plan and coordinate the organization of briefings on traditional and complementary medicine services provided at MOH hospitals.

 

 

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