Marijuana Quality Control Plan / Cannabis Quality Control Procedures
Sample Quality Control Procedure pages:
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Quality Assurance is the process and set of protocols that a cannabis production company follows to ensure that flower material and derivative products are consistent and safe to consume. In a highly regulated setting, the protocols can be intensive.
Most license applications require submission of a Quality Control Procedure or Quality Assurance Plan so the applicant can prove to government regulators that appropriate measures have been considered and implemented. This includes proper measuring of substances, cross-checking of all documentation, packaging and labeling standards, and many other components.
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This 19-page Quality Assurance template is suited for projects in the pre-license phase of a cannabis production project. It is meant to get your started in meeting the QA/QC regulatory requirements of your local jurisdiction.
Table of Contents
Roles and Responsibilities 5
Quality Assurance Officer 5
Quality Control 6
Plant Inspection 7
Internal Sampling and Testing 9
Packaging and Labeling 10
Adverse Event and Recall Plan 12
Adverse Event Planning 12
Adverse Event Recording & Investigation 13
Information gathering: 13
Distribute gathered information 14
Notify others as soon as possible 14
Secure unsold items from the specified batch(es) 14
Develop a response and notify others 15
Recall Plan 16
Adverse Event Documentation 17
Reporting Requirements 17
Quality Assurance/Quality Control Training 18
General Training 18
Adverse Event Team 19
Training Support 19
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