Section 1000.410 Cultivation Center Management and
a) A cultivation center
storage areas that provide adequate lighting, ventilation, temperature,
sanitation, humidity, space, equipment and security conditions for the production
and manufacture of cannabis;
for storage, in a quarantined area, cannabis that is outdated, damaged,
deteriorated, misbranded or adulterated, or whose containers or packaging have
been opened or breached, until that cannabis is destroyed pursuant to Section
maintained in a clean and orderly condition;
4) Be free
from infestation by insects, rodents, birds or vermin of any kind; and
no products other than useable cannabis and cannabis-infused products intended
for human consumption.
areas in the cultivation center shall be compartmentalized based on function,
and access shall be restricted between compartments. The facility shall
establish, maintain and comply with written policies and procedures provided in
the Operational and Management Practice Plan approved by the Department
regarding best practices for secure and proper production of cannabis. These
shall include, but not be limited to, policies and procedures that:
movement between production compartments;
that only personnel necessary for a production function have access to that
compartment of the cultivation center; and
the chain of custody of all cannabis and cannabis-infused products.
centers shall establish, maintain and comply with the policies and procedures contained
in the Operations and Management Practices Plan, approved by the Department,
for the production, security, storage, inventory and distribution of cannabis
products. The policies and procedures shall include methods for identifying,
recording and reporting diversion, theft and loss, and for correcting all
errors and inaccuracies in inventories. Cultivation centers shall include in
their written policies and procedures a process for the following:
mandatory and voluntary recalls of cannabis or cannabis-infused products. The
procedure shall be adequate to deal with:
due to any action initiated at the request of the Department and any voluntary
action by the cultivation center to remove from the market defective or
potentially defective cannabis or cannabis-infused products, or any product
that has failed laboratory testing as required by this Part or has been found
to have a reasonable probability that its use or exposure will cause serious
adverse health consequences; and
action undertaken to promote public health and safety by replacing existing
cannabis or cannabis-infused products with improved products or packaging.
for, protecting against, and handling any crises that affect the security or
operation of any facility in the event of strike, fire, flood or other natural
disaster, or other situations of local, State or national emergency.
that any outdated, damaged, deteriorated, misbranded or adulterated cannabis is
segregated from other cannabis and destroyed. This procedure shall provide for
written documentation of the cannabis disposition.
the oldest stock of a specific desired strain of a cannabis product is
distributed first. The procedure may permit deviation from this requirement if the
deviation is temporary and appropriate.