Webinar - Auditing Your Controlled Substance Compliance Program
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When: Thursday, May 3, 2018
1:00 pm to 2:00 pm ET
Where: United States

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If a DEA Diversion Agent appeared one day to conduct an unannounced compliance inspection, would your facility pass? According to the DEA Office of Diversion, one of the top four reasons a facility fails a regulatory inspection is for poor recordkeeping, a $14,502 fine.
Guest speakers Jack Teitelman and Andrew Eiseman, both retired DEA Special Supervisory Agents, will review your responsibilities and requirements under the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) to implement proper controls and oversight of your controlled substance compliance program, as well as review the required internal controls for recording multi-dose liquid vial usage.
Learn best practices through real-life examples of the do’s and don’ts to establish a record keeping system to prevent your practice to being exposed to loss, theft, or government fines.


Jack Teitelman
Jack has more than three decades of continuous leadership expertise in government, security, law enforcement and private industry. For 26 years, he worked for the Department of Justice/Drug Enforcement Administration as a special agent and supervisory special agent, gaining extensive experience in all facets of complex criminal conspiracy investigations. Jack has years of training in advanced technical electronics and security systems. He managed a sophisticated electronic surveillance program, including tactical and non-tactical technology-based solutions that enabled and enhanced the DEA’s intelligence and law enforcement functions. As a divisional security officer, he conducted physical security assessments, instituted safety programs and conducted numerous internal investigations of employees’ backgrounds and violations of agency standards. He has successfully completed numerous foreign and domestic assignments that established his expertise in investigations, security and protection. He has corporate insight as well, having directed executive protection for a major hedge fund company, after retiring from the DEA. 


Andrew Eiseman

Andrew brings more than 26 years federal investigative and management experience with the DEA.He has served in a variety of positions, managing complex, high-profile and covert international and national federal investigations. He is skilled in developing security policies and procedures to protect personnel, property and information, as well as collaborating and serving as a liaison with law enforcement agencies. Before joining TITAN, he also served as the fraud operations manager for Capital One, and a financial investigator with the U.S. Attorneys Office.



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