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Significant risk!

Based on your score, your facility would be at significant risk if the DEA came to inspect your facility with potential fines beginning at $15,691 per violation.

Be proactive vs reactive by contacting TITAN today to learn more about our services to identify and remediate your at risk policies and procedures to improve compliance and prevent drug-diversion activities in your facility.

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Big risk!

Being partially compliant, is not compliant. Based on your score it appears there are issues within your facility that need to be addressed. We recommend a full audit to ensure that — if the DEA comes knocking (and they will) — you and your staff are prepared.

If the DEA came to inspect your facility, the potential fines begin at $15,691 per violation.

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Room for improvement.

Looks like you have some understanding of the requirements under the DEA CSA and are doing your due diligence when it comes to protecting your business. However, there is always room for improvement. We recommend an onsite risk assessment to review all current policies and procedures to make sure you are truly compliant, according to current DEA standards.

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Room for improvement.

Looks like you have some understanding of the requirements under the DEA CSA and are doing your due diligence when it comes to protecting your business. However, there is always room for improvement. We recommend an onsite risk assessment to review all current policies and procedures to make sure you are truly compliant, according to current DEA standards.

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Good job!

It looks like you’re taking all the right steps to prevent diversion and ensure compliance. Keep up the good work! In the meantime, we recommend:

  • Continuing Education – Ensuring that your facility remains current on DEA compliance and state regulations is an ongoing process. Today’s DEA rules and regulations are so complex that businesses are having a hard time keeping up. We recommend implementing an on-going training and education program for employees on controlled substance best practices and diversion prevention tactics to ensure that you continue to remain compliant and prepared. Get more information on training
  • Having a Plan – Even the best preventative measures sometimes fail. Potential threats (internal and external) will never fully disappear. Having a plan and the right resources is key. We offer a full suite of crisis remediation services, including 24/7 support to assist you and your team in the event disaster were to strike. How can we help you?

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If you’re interested in speaking with someone about improving compliance and preventing drug-diversion activities in your facility, contact us below.

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