Marijuana Quality Control Plan / Cannabis Quality Control Procedures
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 industry, 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.
Sample Quality Control Procedure pages:
Please Note: These templates are suited for projects in the pre-license phase of a cannabis production project. They are meant to get your started in meeting the regulatory requirements of state, local and (in the case of Canada) federal governments. They will also educate you on all of the topics that you will need to cover when setting up a cannabis production business.
Disclaimer: These documents are templates and thus do not necessarily address the specifics of your regional regulations. They represent the average industry standards of many different states and countries. We advise that you consult a local cannabis attorney to finalize these documents in order to ensure full compliance. We are not liable for any discrepancies between these docs and the exact requirements of your regulatory agency.
Table of Contents
Roles and Responsibilities 4
Quality Assurance Officer 4
Quality Control 5
Plant Inspection 6
Equipment Inspection 6
Sampling and Testing 7
Packaging and Labeling 7
Adverse Events 8
Adverse Event Planning 8
Adverse Event Recording & Investigation 9
Recall Plan 11
Adverse Event Documentation 12
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