Processes

Outputs

–Periodic assessment of safety of storage and delivery systems

–Periodic testing of appropriateness of drugs supplies (outdated supplies, currency of pharmacopoeia) by a pharmacy and therapeutics committee

–Periodic drills, actual events, or questioning by expert peer reviewer demonstrate mechanisms for coordination of activity at multiple sites as well as return and decontamination of equipment and unused supplies

–Records of periodic maintenance of equipment

–Records of training of logistics personnel on maintenance procedures

–Evidence that the mechanism of delivery and storage is secure in natural disasters, mock drills, earthquakes, or hazmat events

–Consistency of inventory with records of pharmacy and therapeutics committee meetings

–Knowledge of procedures for return of unused supplies and decontamination of equipment by logistics personnel

–Evidence that a sample of equipment selected by peer reviewer is in working order

–Performance of required maintenance and/or prompt retrieval of maintenance manual by logistics personnel when queried by peer reviewer

Records of purchase and current location of all property

–Retrieval of inventory and maintenance records by property officer

–Evidence that a sample of property in acceptable condition can be produced for expert peer reviewer at locations specified in property officer records

–Purchase plan that reflects equipment and supplies on hand from other sources

–Evidence that sum of equipment on hand, on order, or scheduled for purchase is not greater than documented need

–Periodic training and testing of distribution plan

–Evidence from drill, actual event, or questioning by expert peer reviewer that local distribution of MMRS program pharmaceuticals and equipment will be rapid enough to maintain local supplies for at least the initial 24 hours of an event

–Periodic training and testing of distribution plan

–Evidence from drill, actual event, or questioning by expert peer reviewer that local distribution of NPS supplies will be rapid enough to maintain local supplies after the initial 24 hours of an event



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