Register August 2016 No. 728
Chapter CSB 3
SPECIAL USE AUTHORIZATION
CSB 3.01   Authority.
CSB 3.02   Definitions.
CSB 3.03   Permits generally.
CSB 3.04   SUA permit application.
CSB 3.045   Limited special use authorization.
CSB 3.05   Limitations on narcotic dog trainer drugs and drug quantities.
CSB 3.06   Amendment.
CSB 3.07   Record-keeping; records retention; disclosure.
CSB 3.08   Violations.
CSB 3.01 CSB 3.01Authority. The provisions in this chapter are adopted under the authority in s. 961.335 (8), Stats.
CSB 3.01 History History: CR 12-010: cr. Register October 2012 No. 682, eff. 11-1-12.
CSB 3.02 CSB 3.02Definitions. In this chapter:
CSB 3.02(1) (1) “Board" means the controlled substances board.
CSB 3.02(2) (2) “Controlled substance" has the meaning given in s. 961.01 (4), Stats.
CSB 3.02(3) (3) “Humane shelter" means a facility that is intended to provide for and promote the welfare, protection, shelter, and humane treatment of animals, and that is operated by a humane society, animal welfare society, animal rescue group or other non-profit group. “Humane shelter" includes a shelter that provides foster care to animals.
CSB 3.02(4) (4) “Special use" means to manufacture, obtain, possess, use, administer, or dispense a controlled substance for purposes that include, but are not limited to, scientific research, instructional activities, chemical analysis, drug-detecting animal training, and euthanasia in humane shelters.
CSB 3.02(5) (5) “Special use authorization" or “SUA" means permission from the board to manufacture, obtain, possess, use, administer, or dispense a controlled substance for a special use.
CSB 3.02(6) (6) “SUA permit" means a special use authorization permit granted to an individual by the board.
CSB 3.02 History History: CR 12-010: cr. Register October 2012 No. 682, eff. 11-1-12.
CSB 3.03 CSB 3.03Permits generally.
CSB 3.03(1) (1) No individual may manufacture, obtain, possess, use, administer, or dispense a controlled substance for a special use without a valid SUA permit for such purpose.
CSB 3.03(2) (2) An SUA permit may be issued to an individual only. Entities are not eligible to receive an SUA permit, except that an individual may be designated and authorized to receive the permit for a college or university department, research unit, or similar administrative organization unit. Students, laboratory technicians, research specialists, or chemical analysts under the designee's supervision may possess and use the substances named in the designee's permit for the authorized purposes without obtaining an individual permit.
CSB 3.03(3) (3) An SUA permit authorizes the holder to manufacture, obtain, possess, use, administer, or dispense the controlled substances specified in the permit and in the amounts specified in the permit. A permit holder shall use the authorized controlled substances only in the manner delineated in the SUA permit application, and as approved by the board. Any deviation from the permit's specifications and subsequent amendments shall constitute a violation of the permit, and may result in revocation or suspension of the permit as set forth in s. CSB 3.08 (2).
CSB 3.03(4) (4) An SUA permit is valid for one year from the date of issuance. An SUA permit shall not be extended or renewed. A new application shall be completed and a new permit shall be granted to continue authorization beyond an existing permit's expiration date.
CSB 3.03 History History: CR 12-010: cr. Register October 2012 No. 682, eff. 11-1-12.
CSB 3.04 CSB 3.04SUA permit application.
CSB 3.04(1) (1) Every applicant for an SUA permit shall:
CSB 3.04(1)(a) (a) Submit a completed application and any required checklists using forms provided by the board. A complete application shall include a detailed description of the anticipated uses for each identified controlled substance in Schedules I to V of ch. 961, Stats., including each identified controlled substance by name and schedule and the protocols for such uses.
CSB 3.04 Note Note: Application forms and checklists are available upon request to the board office at 1400 E. Washington Ave., P.O. Box 8935, Madison, Wisconsin 53708, or online at http://dsps.wi.gov, under “Professions," then “Controlled Substance Special Use Authorization."
CSB 3.04(1)(b) (b) Pay the applicable permit fee of $25 as set forth in s. 961.335, Stats. No fee for an SUA permit may be charged to an employee of a state agency or institution if the permit is necessary to perform employment functions.
CSB 3.04(1)(c) (c) Provide proof that the applicant has submitted an application for registration with the federal drug enforcement administration.
CSB 3.04(1)(d) (d) Provide proof of the applicant's compliance with the board's requirements for maintaining the physical security of the controlled substances identified in the application.
CSB 3.04(1)(e) (e) Provide the calculations that led to the amounts requested in the application.
CSB 3.04(1)(f) (f) Any individual applying for an SUA permit shall provide any other information or documentation requested by the board.
CSB 3.04(2) (2) In addition to sub. (1), researchers shall also provide the following:
CSB 3.04(2)(a) (a) A detailed one-page description of each research protocol that involves the use of controlled substances.
CSB 3.04(2)(b) (b) For research involving animals, verification of Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee approval.
CSB 3.04(2)(c) (c) For research involving human subjects, verification of Institutional Review Board approval.
CSB 3.04(3) (3) In addition to sub. (1), humane shelters shall also provide all of the following:
CSB 3.04(3)(a) (a) Estimates as to the number of animals and dosage per animal.
CSB 3.04(3)(b) (b) Documentation of completion of a board-approved euthanasia by injection course by each staff member performing euthanasia.
CSB 3.04(4) (4) In addition to sub. (1), narcotic dog trainers shall also provide the following:
CSB 3.04(4)(a) (a) Unless other documentation is required by the board, a letter from the sheriff or chief of police, in the jurisdiction where the controlled substances are stored, that includes all of the following for dog training purposes:
CSB 3.04(4)(a)1. 1. Authorizing possession of controlled substances.
CSB 3.04(4)(a)2. 2. Accepting responsibility for the narcotic dog trainer.
CSB 3.04(4)(a)3. 3. Agreeing to supervise the narcotic dog trainer's storage and use of controlled substances.
CSB 3.04(4)(b) (b) Verification of membership in a board-approved national or Wisconsin police dog association for each narcotic dog trainer.
CSB 3.04(4)(c) (c) For private narcotic dog trainers, an appearance before the board shall be required.
CSB 3.04(5) (5) In addition to sub. (1), municipal law enforcement animal control shall also provide all of the following:
CSB 3.04(5)(a) (a) Unless other documentation is required by the board, a letter from the sheriff or chief of police, in the jurisdiction where the controlled substances are stored, that includes all of the following for euthanasia purposes:
CSB 3.04(5)(a)1. 1. Authorizing possession of controlled substances.
CSB 3.04(5)(a)2. 2. Accepting responsibility for the animal control officer.
CSB 3.04(5)(a)3. 3. Agreeing to supervise the animal control officer's storage and use of controlled substances.
CSB 3.04(5)(b) (b) Documentation of completion of a board-approved euthanasia course by the officer performing euthanasia.
CSB 3.04(6) (6) In addition to sub. (1), analytical labs shall also provide all of the following:
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