Facial Recognition to Support Security Compliance

DEA, FDA and OSHA compliance fines for facilities manufacturing or housing pharmaceuticals can be substantial.  There have been documented fines for organizations that have failed to meet these compliance standards ranging from $2.2 Million to $80 Million. FIRST LINE Facial Recognition  can identify, validate and authenticate the countless individuals involved through the life cycle of the controlled substances.  Additionally, FIRST LINE Facial Recognition will improve security around specific access and distribution points.


FIRST LINE Facial Recognition houses a database that provides a compliance-friendly reporting tracking system which verifies time and attendance. Specific areas where facial recognition will greatly reduce risk of compliance fines include shipping and receiving, R&D, drug vaults, product inspection and packing.