Controlled Substances Recordkeeping
- Controlled Substance Administration Log
- DEA Inventory Report
- SUA Form 2184 Application
- SUA Form 2836 Checklist
- SUA Form 2277 Security
- SUA Form 2686 Notice
- DEA Form 225 Application
- DEA Form 225a Renewal
- DEA Form 222 Schedule I & II Ordering
- DEA Form 41 Destruction
- DEA Form 106 Theft/Loss
- RARC Animal Program Assessment Specialists, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The State of WI DSPS and the Federal DEA have set separate recordkeeping and inventory requirements for researchers. The following guidance represents RARC's understanding of current state and federal regulations. This guidance is provided as an informational reference only! Registrants are responsible for knowing and understanding their obligations under State and Federal laws.*
|Federal ( DEA Registrants)||State of WI ( SUA Registrants)|
|Records Required to be kept:||
|When to take Inventory:||On the date work with controlled substances begins (initial inventory) then every 2 years (biennial inventory) and on the effective date a substance becomes controlled by DEA (newly controlled substances inventory)||Continuously|
|What Inventory must include:||
||Follow federal regulations for administration logs and include substance weight in grams if solid, or volume and concentration if liquid.|
|What administration/dispensing log must include:||
|Where to keep the Records:||
Registered Location, separate from all other records
**NOTE: Inventory and records of Schedule I & II substances and DEA forms 222 must be further maintained separately from all other records
|Retention:||2 years||4 years after expiration of SUA|
|Availability Requirements:||All records must be readily retrievable for inspection by the DEA upon request||Copies of original records must be readily retrievable upon request|
- Inventory and administration templates and additional details can be found on the RARC's Controlled Substance webpage.
- For complete details of all federal requirements, see "Title 21 Code of Federal Regulations," on the Office of Diversion Control website.
- For details of state requirements, see Wisconsin Legislative Documents Chapter CSB 3, " Special Use Authorization."