Controlled Substances

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  1. How do I know if a chemical or drug is regulated and requires special controls?

    Controlled Substances: The following controlled substances are commonly used for research in campus laboratories: Anabolic steroids Buprenorphine Chloral Hydrate Cocaine Codeine Diazepam (Valium) Ketamine Methamphetamine Morphine Phenobarbital A complete ...

  2. How do I get authorization to use controlled substances in my research?

    In order to work with Schedules II-V controlled substances on campus, these four steps must be completed: Registration for Research Involving Controlled Substances. Note: Only Principal Investigators (PIs) can submit a completed registration application. ...

  3. How do I get a background check?

    Steps: Contact your departmental HR to arrange the documents and schedule an appointment at UCPD. Bring completed Background Check documents (Live Scan Service Form, Disclosure Form and Interdepartmental Order/Charge form) to your appointment at UCPD. Doc ...

  4. How do I make changes to my controlled substances use authorization?

    The Principal Investigator (PI) must use the Controlled Substances Program Project Registration Update Form for changes in personnel, location of storage, or addition of new chemicals. Forms that have been completed, dated and signed must be forwarded to ...

  5. How do I order and purchase controlled substances?

    The Principal Investigator (PI) must complete all steps of the Controlled Substances Used in Research Registration project and must complete a controlled substances use authorization. To order/purchase the chemicals the authorized user must: Contact OLAC ...

  6. How do I dispose of controlled substances?

    To request pick up of the unwanted controlled substances complete the following steps: Complete the client information form. Complete the return forms for controlled substances. Include all required information. Schedule II (PDF) Schedule III-V (PDF) Do n ...

  7. Precursor (Restricted) Chemicals

    Precursor chemicals and List I Chemicals are chemicals that have legitimate uses and also have the potential to be used in the manufacture of controlled substances.  State and federal laws require campus vendors to uphold stringent regulations regarding d ...

  8. Storage and Security

    Note: Notify EH&S immediately of any missing controlled substances: (510) 642-3073. Principal Investigators (PIs) are responsible for providing and maintaining secure storage for their CS inventory that meets these criteria: Store CS according to sche ...

  9. Recordkeeping and Inventory

    Controlled Substances: All purchase records and logbooks for controlled substances must be maintained for at least 2 years and usage logs must be kept in your secure storage location with the controlled substances.  A logbook for this purpose will be prov ...