Top 5 Medical Marijuana Cultivation Center Infractions according to Adherence Compliance.
For cultivation centers, it starts with logs. Entry logs, application logs, waste logs, security logs and more can be easily requested and evaluated by inspectors. Is there any missing information now or in the past? If so, it’s time to investigate further on all aspects of business records required.
For best practices, schedule a recurring meeting every Monday morning to review all facility logs to correct and update as needed. Make sure there are at least 6 months or more of historical logs available on-site at the licensed premise. When inspectors request facility, the business will be ready.
- The licensee does not reconcile all on-premises marijuana inventories at the close of business each day.
- The facility does not document material changes to the standard operating procedures.
- The facility does not have a complete inventory of material safety data sheets where the product is used or stored.
- The facility does not maintain an adequate Pesticide Application Log (document and record).
- The cultivation facility has not properly documented all waste and waste removal.
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