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When you trust Pharma Logistics with your pharmaceutical returns, you can rest easy that we meticulously follow all state, local and federal laws to keep your pharmacy, practice, hospital or facility legally compliant. We also stay current with all applicable agency regulations.

Our own trained and managed employees undergo rigorous and ongoing training to keep them up to date on adhering to proper procedures. You can rely on us:

  • The industry’s first Verified-Accredited Wholesale (VAWD) Distributor
  • Drug Enforcement Agency license for Schedule II–V
  • Licensed or approved in all required states
  • Statement on Standards for Attestation Engagements No.16 Type 1 attestation
  • Healthcare Distribution Management Association Returns Task Force member
  • Fully bonded and insured
  • Environmental Protection Agency Large Quantity Generators status
  • Department of Transportation compliant
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United States Environmental Protection Agency

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) develops and enforces regulations for Congressional environmental laws.

More at www.epa.gov

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United States Food and Drug Administration

The US Food and Drug Administration establishes regulations covering the US drug supply chain in the form of the Prescription Drug Marketing Act of 1987 (PDMA). PDMA helps prevent the introduction and retail sale of substandard, ineffective and counterfeit drugs.

More at www.fda.gov

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United States Drug Enforcement Administration

The US Drug Enforcement Administration enforces the US controlled substances laws and regulations concerning illicit trafficking. US DEA also supports programs intended to reduce the availability of illicit controlled substances worldwide.

More at www.dea.gov

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Occupational Safety and Health Administration

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) ensures employees have safe working conditions by setting and enforcing workplace standards.

More at www.osha.gov

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United States Department of Transportation

The US Department of Transportation (DOT) ensures that supply chains can rely on fast and safe transportation systems.

More at www.transportation.gov

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National Association of Boards of Pharmacy

The National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) is a nonprofit association protecting public health by assisting its member boards and promoting safe pharmacy practices.

More at www.nabp.pharmacy

Stay Current with Compliance News.

Ensuring Environmental Quality Control with USP 800

In order to comply with the new USP <800> ruling for hazardous waste handling, it’s critical to maintain quality control standards when it comes to the environment you’re working in.  With the deadline of the new USP <800> ruling for hazardous waste compliance drawing near, you and your staff should prepare your facility accordingly. Environmental …
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Preparing Your Personnel and Facility for USP 800

With the deadline of the new USP 800 ruling for hazardous waste compliance drawing near, it’s important to understand what this means for you and your facility.  It’s also equally important to be prepared.  One of the most significant changes that the ruling brings is the addition of a supervisor position to ensure all standards …
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The Risks of Hazardous Drug Exposure and How to Protect Yourself

Each year, more than 8 million U.S. health care personnel are potentially exposed to hazardous drugs (HDs).  The risk is real and can lead to serious health issues for you and/or your staff such as skin rashes, adverse reproductive outcomes, leukemia and other cancers.  That’s why it’s critical for every person who comes in contact …
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