90. Occupational therapists must, in due time: (1) inform the secretary of the Order if they have reason to believe:
(a) that a person does not meet the requirements to have a permit or to be entered on the Order’s member roll;
(b) that an occupational therapist does not respect the conditions of his or her permit or the restrictions on his or her right to practice;
(c) that a person who is not a member of the Order is using the title of “Occupational Therapist” or “ergothérapeute” or a title or abbreviation that may lead one to believe that he or she is a member, or the abbreviation “erg.”, or initials that may lead one to believe that he or she is a member, or the initials “O.T.” or “O.T.R.”;
(d) that a person is illegally practicing a professional activity reserved for members of the Order;
(2) inform the syndic of the Order if they have reason to believe:
(a) that an occupational therapist practices the profession in a manner likely to harm the public or that violates the provisions of this Code, the Professional Code (chapter C-26) or the regulations governing its application;
(b) that a company or partnership within which occupational therapists practice professional activities contravenes this Code, the Professional Code or one of the regulations governing its application.
The disclosure of such information must occur in accordance with the obligations of professional secrecy.