4 Knowledge Boosting Webinars on Sustaining DEA Inspection: Comprehensive Training Package

The DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) is empowered with the authority to monitor the supply and distribution of all pharmaceutical administered substances in the United States. Any medical provider wishing to prescribe, administer, or dispense controlled substances must be registered with the DEA.
Instructor: Carlos M. Aquino
Product ID: PACK70002

This package will cover all elements of a DEA inspection and all the stringent record-keeping and security requirements. It will provide you a better understanding of the entire inspection process.


CD/Recorded-How It Works:

  • Webinar CD/Recorded will have a series of modules. Our experts have delivered the modules using PowerPoint Presentations.
  • Webinar Recording Link or CDs are licensed to be used multiple times at any location with multiple attendants, as you wish.
  • Recording links will be valid up to 6 months with unlimited access and reference materials will be mailed to your registered e-mail.
  • Free shipment of CDs within 72 hours from the date of purchase and reference materials will be mailed to your registered address.

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Who will benefit?

These webinar will be beneficial to the following:

Corporate members and regulatory compliance personnel of DEA registered manufacturers and distributors who handle controlled substances, Senior and Mid-Level Managers, Scientists, Chemists registered with DEA as a Research Facility in a facility doing research with controlled substances, Corporate members and regulatory compliance personnel of DEA registered Manufacturer or Distributor who handle controlled substances and regulated chemical products.


Instructor Profile:

Carlos M. Aquino brings 36 years of experience of handling illicit and pharmaceutical controlled substances and regulated chemicals. His testimonial ability, both in federal and state courts, is proof of his investigative experience and skills. Carlos has 12 years of experience working for Philadelphia DEA Diversion Group, which is responsible for initiating prosecutions of those DEA registrants who violate the federal Controlled Substances Act or DEA regulations pertaining to handling these substances. This has included eight years as a Diversion Investigator and four years as a Group Supervisor.


Webinars included in the Package:

How to Survive a DEA Inspection Series - For Manufacturers and Distributors (Duration: 60 Minutes)

The training will cover DEA record-keeping and security requirements that DEA registrant must comply with when handling controlled substances. It covers elements of what occurs during an unannounced inspection and the auditing methods.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • DEA OFFICE OF DIVERSION CONTROL – familiarize the participant with the authority given to DEA when enforcing federal laws and regulations pertaining to controlled substances.
  • CIVIL ACTIONS – Provides a better understanding of DEA regulations pertaining to the handling of those substances and what specific violations can result in civil actions against a DEA registrant.
  • DMINISTRATIVE ACTIONS – Provides an insight into the administrative actions that results from violations of stringent DEA regulations imposed on manufacturers and distributors of controlled substances.
  • DEA COMPUTATION CHART – Understanding how the audit process is performed by DEA is important in order for the registrant to know what is expected from employees.
  • RECORD-KEEPING REQUIREMENTS – Covers records required by DEA 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 stringent security requirements in order to prevent the diversion of any controlled substance.
  • DEA “KNOW YOUR CUSTOMERS” POLICY – Covers responsibilities placed on DEA registrant when distributing controlled substances.
  • SENDING DOCUMENTS TO DEA – Learn the methodology and requirements for mailing documents to the local DEA office.

How to Survive a DEA Inspection Series: DEA Due Diligence for Manufacturers and Distributors (60 Minutes)

Understanding DEA “Know Your Customer” and “Due Diligence” policies are important and steps suggested in this training will give you a better insight as to what level of compliance should be taken to prevent illicit use or diversion of any controlled substance purchased by customers.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • DEA OFFICE OF DIVERSION CONTROL – familiarize the participant with the authority given to DEA when enforcing federal laws and regulations pertaining to controlled substances.
  • DEA REQUIRED RECORDS – This section covers the difference responsibilities of DEA Field Offices and their mandates from Headquarter management.
  • DUE DILIGENCE – This section provides steps and suggestions to maintain effective Due Diligence compliance policies. It also covers the registrant’s responsibilities to assure that customers are compliant with DEA regulations and that they maintain an effective Due Diligence policy.
  • DEA “KNOW YOUR CUSTOMER POLICY” – This section provides an understanding of what DEA requires from Manufacturers and Distributors in order to maintain an effective suspicious ordering process and steps necessary for compliance with DEA regulations. It also outlines steps to prevent the diversion of controlled substances sold to their customers.
  • DEA RECORDKEEPING REQUIREMENTS – This section covers the required records to be maintained in order to comply with DEA regulations. Records include receiving/shipping order forms and invoices, inventories, ARCOS, Quotas, drug destructions, and theft/loss reports.
  • CUSTOMER FILES RECORDS – This section provides suggestions on what information needs to be maintained in a Customer’s File that will be reviewed especially for a customer whose orders have been identified as an Order of Interest or a Suspicious Order.

How to Survive a DEA Inspection Series: The DEA Computation Chart (60 Minutes)

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) through their Office of Diversion Control (Diversion) is responsible for the enforcing federal laws and DEA regulations pertaining to the handling of controlled substances and regulated chemicals in order to detect and prevent the diversion of controlled substances and regulated chemicals into the illicit market.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • 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.
  • ACTIONS BY DEA - Discuss administrative/civil actions for failure to maintain proper record-keeping.
  • COMPTATION CHART - Discuss in detail the elements of a DEA Computation Chart.
  • DEA RECORDKEEPING REQUIREMENTS - This section covers the required records to be maintained in order to comply with DEA regulations. Records include receiving/shipping order forms and invoices, inventories, ARCOS, Quotas, drug destructions, and theft/loss reports.

How to Survive a DEA Inspection Series: For DEA Registered Analytical Labs and Research Facilities (60 Minutes)

It is important to understand stringent DEA regulations required of a Research Lab. This training will give them a better insight on steps to take to maintain required record-keeping and effective security in order to prevent illicit use or diversion of any controlled substance.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • ROLE OF DEA - familiarize the participant with the authority given to DEA when enforcing federal laws and regulations pertaining to controlled substances.
  • CIVIL ACTIONS - Briefly describes the civil actions and fines imposed by the U.S Attorney's Office on a DEA registered Research Lab for failures to comply with DEA record-keeping and security regulations.
  • ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIONS - Provides an insight into the administrative actions that results from violations of stringent DEA regulations imposed on a Research Lab facility.
  • DEA COMPUTATION CHART - Understanding how the audit process is performed by DEA is important in order for the registrant to know what is expected from employees.
  • RECORD-KEEPING REQUIREMENTS - Covers records required by DEA during any unannounced inspection. Records include: inventory, order forms, invoices, dispensing, usage and disposal in testing, thefts & losses, power of attorney, and drug destructions.
  • SECURITY REQUIREMENTS - Covers stringent security requirements in order to prevent the diversion of any controlled substance.
  • SENDING DOCUMENTS TO DEA - Learn the methodology and requirements for mailing documents to the local DEA office.
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