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USP 800 Compliance Program
Are you required to be compliant with USP <800> Hazardous Drugs – Handling in Healthcare Settings? It is not just for Compounding Pharmacies. The following entities may require your Pharmacy to be in compliance with USP <800>:
- State Boards of Pharmacy
- State Labor Departments
- Business and Liability Insurances
- Accreditation Organizations
- Other Contracting Entities
Exposure to Hazardous Drugs is a real and present concern in most Pharmacies. Therefore, it is critical for independent Pharmacies which are required to have a USP <800> Compliance Program to promote patient, employee, and environmental safety by enacting a compliance program under the USP <800> guidelines.
The comprehensive USP800Track Program from PRS includes the following:
- Customizable Policies and Forms
- Personnel Designations
- Hazardous Drug Inventory
- Assessment of Risk
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Engineering Controls
- Spills and Cleanup
- Reproductive Acknowledgements
- Medical Surveillance
- Online Documentation of Your Hazardous Drug Inventory
- Online Trackable Training For Your Employees
Reach out to our team today to find out more about our USP 800 Program!
Quick Fact: The main differences between USP 795, USP 797, and USP 800 are in the purposes of each standard:
USP 795 – promote and ensure patient safety in the compounding of non sterile compounded preparations (NSCP).
USP 797 – ensure patient safety in the compounding of sterile compounded preparations (SCP).
USP 800 – protect employees who may be exposed to Hazardous Drugs during their daily routines.
Check out part one of our comprehensive USP 800 article HERE.
We also have a great webinar on USP 800 that you can watch HERE.
For a Complete NIOSH List of Antineoplastic and Other Hazardous Drugs in Healthcare Settings (including the 1/21/2020 update) CLICK HERE.