(1) This section applies when an * authorised officer is at premises under section 91-1 or by virtue of a warrant issued under section 92-2.
(2) If the * authorised officer suspects, on reasonable grounds, that:
(a) a thing relevant to an offence against this Act is at premises; and
(b) it is necessary to exercise a power under paragraph (d) or (e) in order to prevent the thing from being concealed, lost or destroyed; and
(c) it is necessary to exercise the power without the authority of a warrant under section 92-3 because the circumstances:
(i) relate to the health and safety of a care recipient; and
(ii) are so serious and urgent;
the authorised officer may:
(d) search the premises, and any receptacle at the premises for the thing; and
(e) secure the thing pending the obtaining of a warrant to seize it, if he or she finds it there.