Cannabis Inventory Control Plan
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Our 19-page Marijuana Inventory Control Plan is the best you'll find online, guaranteed. Written by seasoned professionals with 20+ years experience in commercial cannabis production. We have heavily researched our plans and are intimately involved with cannabis facility operations. This Inventory Control Procedure will keep you from starting your document from scratch and save you dozens of hours and tons of money in the process. It covers all aspects involved with controlling and tracking inventory in a cannabis facility, as you'll see in the Table of Contents below. This cannabis inventory control plan is geared towards California regulations but can be easily modified to any jurisdiction.
Disclaimer: This is a template that will be delivered to you as an editable MS Word doc. It's filled in with great information, but is NOT location specific. We've done 90% of the heavy lifting, and the last 10% is up to you and your compliance expert.
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Cannabis Inventory Control Plan
All cannabis operations need tight inventory control systems in order to stay compliance with regulations. You'll have a software tracking system, such as METRC or BioTrack that ties in with the state systems, and then you might also have a secondary software system with more features that connects with METRC or BioTrack via API.
Our Inventory Control Plan is the narrative document that establishes protocols, training and standards for tracking and labeling inventory. It's your SOP for inventory control processes and will likely be examined by inspectors when they visit your facility, to ensure your system is designed well and functioning as it should, up to fully professional standards.
Obviously tracking THC materials from the inception of plant growth throughout the life cycle, then beyond harvest to the point of sale is critical. You've got your internal tracking from one department of your business to another, and also the tracking of the transfer of materials to other license holders, which is known as the chain of custody. This document addresses all aspects of how the tracking and transfers will occur and be double checked and traceable after the fact.
Cannabis inventory control is a cornerstone part of your business planning and compliance process, and often a plan like this is required before your license is granted. Have a look at the Table of Contents below and contact us for more info and to preview the doc. : )
Table of Contents
Inventory Control Plan Introduction 3
Roles and Responsibilities 3
Chief Compliance Officer 3
Inventory Control Manager 3
Computing Security Manager 3
Record Keeping Manager 4
Employee Involvement 4
Inventory Control System (ICS) Management 4
Physical Controls 5
Product Inventory Management 6
Receipt of New Inventory 6
Inventory Storage Diagram 6
Internal Transfers/Changes in Disposition 7
Transfers Off the Premises 7
Inventory Management - Cultivation 8
Inventory Management - Manufacturing 9
Inventory Management - Packaging/Labeling (P/L) 11
Inventory Management - Distribution/Transportation 11
Inventory Control of Waste 12
ICS Notifications 13
Inventory Records Maintenance 13
Inventory Verification 13
Loss of Access to the ICS 14
Record Keeping 15
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