Selecting a method of controlling narcotics is an important decision.
Memphis, TN (PRWEB) August 31, 2012
With drug theft and abuse by employees on the rise, it is important to understand both administratively and legally, the different methods for controlling narcotics. Factors to be considered are different types of access control, authenticating user access, and documenting who has had access to the narcotics control cabinet, locker or safe.
Types of access include:
1. Dual Manual Mechanical Locks
2. Dual Electronic PIN Access
3. Key Override Systems
4. Dual Authenticated Electronic Access
5. Triple Authenticated Electronic Access
6. Double Dual Authenticated Electronic Access
7. Dual Custody with Dual or Triple Authenticated Electronic Access
8. Event History/Audit Trail
Selecting a method of controlling narcotics is an important decision. Achieving the desired results of authenticating and documenting access is the keystone in the decision making process. For more information, download the free white paper “Controlling, Authenticating, & Documenting Access to Narcotics.”
MedixSafe provides a system that requires methods of entry that allow proper management of narcotics and providing confidence when narcotics are missing and/or tampered with. It is the administrator / buyers job to do due diligence as many “narcotic security programs” will present themselves stating they have the solution.
MedixSafe makes high tech narcotics lockers used by ambulances, emergency vehicles, clinics, medical offices, and pharmacies. The Medixsafe M1 Narcotics Cabinet set a new standard for narcotics security when they introduced the ambulance trade’s first dual access security solution – incorporating both proximity card readers and PIN pads. The M2 Narcotics Cabinet incorporates both fingerprint scanners and PIN pads, allowing for the highest degree of individual accountability and automated record keeping, assuring compliance with new, stricter regulations.
More information about MedixSafe can be found online at http://medixsafe.com or call toll-free 855-MEDIXSAFE.