Controlled Substances: Training
June 11, 2013 10:11:41 AM PDT
Learn about training for UCSD researchers who work with controlled substances (CS) for research, teaching, or veterinary care purposes.
Principal investigators (PI) and supervisors must identify job specific hazards and make sure personnel attend required and recommended safety training appropriate for the work performed.
Print and complete a New Laboratory Worker Checklist (PDF) for every lab worker. File the form with other department safety training records.
Controlled Substances Training
Required for PIs, lab contacts, and authorized personnel working with CS. Training provides the information required for researchers to use controlled substances in compliance with institutional and regulatory standards.
This introduction to the secure use of controlled substances covers the Controlled Substance Use Authorization (CSUA) and online CSU application, storage site controls and security, ordering, delivery, and receipt of CS, usage logs and biennial inventory, policies regarding transfer, importing, and exporting CS, disposal, diversion and loss reporting, and illicit activities and repercussions.
How to get the training:
Complete either the convenient eCourse format or an instructor-led training.
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