Daniels Secure a Drug drug-deactivation products enable the easy and permanent removal of potential threats associated with medication handling, reducing risk to those most vulnerable.
Formulated with activated carbon, Secure a Drug products provide a science-proven method of safely deactivating drugs prior to final disposal. According to the DEA, any destruction method applied to a controlled substance must render it “non-retrievable” and no longer available for diversion for all practical purposes. Secure a Drug products provide a safe intervention for the harmful wasting of drugs into our waterways, while providing an easy method for physicians, nurses and pharmacists to securely dispose of drugs within the healthcare setting.
Secure a Drug products are suitable for the deactivation of liquids, pills and patches with proven testing on analgesic drugs like Fentanyl, Opioids and Marijuana. Medication types that can be safely deactivated by Secure a drug include DEA regulated pharmaceuticals, Fentanyl, Hydrocodone and Oxycodone, and controlled substances per schedules I-V (CII). Stockpiling drugs puts everyone at risk, and with one in ten healthcare workers experiencing a substance use disorder, clinical intervention is essential to protecting our fellow carers and patients.
HOW IT WORKS
- Containers come as wet "ready to use", or dry "need to add water before use"
- An easy to use method for witness wasting, simply dispose of medications directly into the container
- Once medications come in contact with the Secure a Drug formula, the chemical digestion and drug deactivation process begins
- All products are multi-use, our range of products caters for the disposal of up to 4500 pills or patches and liquids.
- Once the container is full, rotate cap to locked position for leak-proof transportation and dispose in the non-haz pharmaceutical OR hazardous pharmaceutical waste stream pending your facility's formulary characterization. The waste generator is responsible to ensure that they comply with local, state, Tribal and federal regulations.