Mandatory Reporting Table

Mandatory Reporting Table

Updated October 2020

 

MANDATORY REPORTING
TO THE COLLEGE

What
to Report
Dietitian
Reports
Employer
Reports
Facility
Operator
Reports
When
to Report
Self-Reporting (see details) 
 
X     Immediately
and not later
than 30 days.
Sexual abuse of a client by a dietitian  (see details).
 
X X X Within 30 days.
Professional misconduct, incompetence or incapacity of a dietitian (see details).

Professional Misconduct Regulation
  X X Within 30 days.
Revoking privileges on employment, suspending or imposing restrictions on a dietitian's practice for 
professional misconduct, incompetence or
incapacity (see details).

Professional Misconduct Regulation
  X X Within 30 days.
Terminating employment
of a dietitian for
professional misconduct, incompetence or incapacity (see details).

Professional Misconduct Regulation
  X X Within 30 days.
Intended to terminate or revoke a dietitian and they quit first (see details).
 
  X X Within 30 days.
Dissolving a partnership, association or group practice for professional misconduct, incompetence or incapacity of a dietitian (see details).

Professional Misconduct Regulation
X X X Within 30 days.

MANDATORY REPORTING
TO OTHER AUTHORITIES

What to Report 
Dietitian 
Reports 
Employer
Reports
Facility
Operator 
Reports
Reports To
Sexual abuse of a client by another regulated health professional (not a dietitian).

Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991
X X X To the appropriate health profession regulatory
college.
Professional misconduct, incompetence or incapacity of another regulated health professional.

Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991
      To the appropriate health profession regulatory
college.
Reasonable grounds to suspect that a child is being abused or neglected (see details).

The Child, Youth and Family Services Act, 2017
X X X Children's Aid Society
(appropriate region)
Reasonable grounds to suspect that an elderly resident in a long-term care suffers from unlawful conduct, improper or incompetent treatment or care, neglect (see details).

Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
X     Director
of the
Long-Term
Care Home
Reasonable grounds to suspect that an elderly resident in a retirement home suffers from unlawful conduct, improper or incompetent treatment or care, neglect (see details).

Retirement Homes Act, 2010
X     Registrar
of the
Retirement Homes Regulatory Authority
Privacy Breach (see details).

Personal Health Information Protection Act, 2004 
X X X Click here to find
to whom report
should be presented. 

Reporting Obligations to theRegistration and Quality Assurance Programs

What Dietitians Must Report
Program
How to report
When to Report
Mandatory Liability Insurance Coverage.
See details here.
Registration On Registration Renewal form Annually,  at
Registration Renewal
Practising Less Than 500 Hours in Past 3 Years. See details here. Quality Assurance On Registration Renewal form Annually,  at
​Registration Renewal
Registration with another professional regulator within or outside Ontario.  See details here. Registration Log onto Member Dashboard to update information online Within 30 days
of any change.
Change of Contact and/or Employment Information.
See details here.
Registration Log onto Member Dashboard to update information online Within 30 days
of any change.
Change of Name.
See details here.
Registration Must be done in writing to the Registration Coordinator  Within 30 days
of the name change.
Going on Leave.
See details here.
Registration Log onto Member Dashboard and change status. Date of leave.
Formally Resigning from the College.
See details here.
Registration Formally resign
in writing or by completing
online form.
Date of resignation.