While regulations vary by state, every EMS agency in possession of controlled substances must comply with Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) requirements. To help explain these compliance considerations, TargetSolutions created an all-new online training course: Controlled Substance Compliance.
This course, paired with the Controlled Substances management solution in TargetSolutions Check It™, ensures departments can comply with DEA requirements for tracking the storage, transportation, usage, and disposal of narcotics.
This new online training course for DEA and controlled substance compliance is currently available at no additional charge with the purchase of Controlled Substances tracking in TargetSolutions Check It™.
Controlled Substance Compliance provides an overview of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Title 21, Part 1300 by the DEA. These considerations apply to all DEA registrants – including EMS agencies that are registered as either Mid-Level Practitioners (MLP) – Ambulance Service or Practitioners.
By completing this video course, individuals will better understand the difference between state and federal controlled substance registrations, DEA security requirements, recordkeeping requirements and best practices. Consequently, agencies can ensure the proper storage and dispersal of controlled substances used during emergency medical care and transportation.
Each lesson is up to date with current regulations and uses an onscreen instructor to explain topics. This 30-minute course will cover:
The Controlled Substances module in TargetSolutions Check It™ allows secure, cradle-to-grave tracking of all controlled substances. Your department can track everything from their location, to when they are used during emergency response, to when they are wasted or disposed of.
The all-new Controlled Substance Compliance training course is included in your purchase of TargetSolutions Check It™. By assigning this training to personnel, you can reinforce important DEA regulations and ensure everyone understands correct procedures.