How to Survive a DEA Audit - Webinar By GlobalCompliancePanel
Venue: Online Training Webinars
|Event Date/Time: Jun 14, 2011||End Date/Time: Jun 14, 2011|
Areas Covered in the Session:
DEA Office of Diversion Control - This section will familiarize you with the authority given to the Diversion Group when enforcing the laws and regulations pertaining to controlled substances and regulated chemicals.
Federal Civil Actions - Provides a better understanding of the laws and regulations pertaining to the handling of these substances and what specific violations can result in civil actions against a DEA registrant.
Administrative Actions - Provides a better insight into the administrative actions that can result from a violation of federal laws and the regulations imposed on the handling of controlled substances and regulated chemicals.
DEA Computation Chart - Understanding how an audit is performed by a Diversion Group is very important for any DEA registrant when they arrive at their facility to conduct an unannounced audit and inspection.
Record-Keeping Requirements - Covers the records required by the Diversion Group during any unannounced inspection. Records include: biennial inventory, order forms, invoices, quota letters, ARCOS reports, thefts & drugs, power of attorney, and drug destructions.
Security Requirements - Covers all the elements of effective security requirements in order to prevent the diversion of any controlled substance and regulated chemical.
DEA "Know Your Customers" Policy - Covers the responsibilities placed on a registrant when handling controlled substances and regulated chemicals.
Sending Documents to DEA - Learn the methodology and requirements for mailing documents to the local DEA office.
Who Will Benefit: All regulatory and quality assurance personnel of a manufacturer or distributor registered with DEA to handle controlled substances and regulated chemicals.