Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (NSW) No 86a
240 Identity card
(1) A National Board must give an identity card to each inspector it appoints.
(2) The identity card must—
(a) contain a recent photograph of the inspector; and
(b) be signed by the inspector; and
(c) identify the person as an inspector appointed by the National Board; and
(d) include an expiry date.
(3) This section does not prevent the issue of a single identity card to a person—
(a) if the person is appointed as an inspector for this Law by more than one National Board; or
(b) if the person is appointed as an inspector and investigator for this Law by a National Board; or
(c) for this Law and other Acts.
(4) A person who ceases to be an inspector must give the person’s identity card to the National Board that appointed the person within 7 days after the person ceases to be an inspector, unless the person has a reasonable excuse.