A person or company located in NSW may not supply by wholesale any substance which is for therapeutic use in humans or animals included in Schedule 2, 3, 4 or 8 of the NSW Poisons List, unless they are licensed by the NSW Ministry of Health to do so.
A person may be licensed under the Poisons and Therapeutic Goods Regulation 2008 to sell substances in Schedule 2 of the NSW Poisons List from a retail shop or supply drugs of addiction for the treatment of drug dependence.
The loss or theft of an S4 drug must immediately be notified to the Secretary of NSW Health.You can also report lost, stolen or forged prescription stationery or prescriptions and help reduce trafficking of drugs of abuse.
A person in charge of a laboratory used for the purpose of research, analysis or instruction may apply for authorisation to possess for the purpose of research, analysis, or instruction:
Under the Poisons and Therapeutic Goods Regulation 2008, the supply and use of these Schedule 7 substances requires authorisation by the NSW Ministry of Health: