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Checklist for Batch Production Records

This inspection checklist is intended to assist the medical cannabidiol dispensary in becoming operational. . It also contains information that the Office of Medical Cannabidiol will monitor for regulatory compliance as the dispensary continues operations.
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07/19/2022

Checklist for Batch Production Records

This inspection checklist is intended to assist the medical cannabidiol dispensary in becoming operational. . It also contains information that the Office of Medical Cannabidiol will monitor for regulatory compliance as the dispensary continues operations.
  • A Batch Production Record is a detailed, written documentation of the work performed to manufacture or remediate a batch of cannabis or cannabis product. Batch production records include information about the cannabis and non-cannabis ingredients used, the staff member(s) who completed each step, verifications that the Master Manufacturing Protocol was followed, and information about the quality control processes used to ensure safety.

    • The checklist below will help you verify that your batch production records capture the minimum required information. A complete list of requirements can be found in section 17216 of the regulations.

      • Overall Information

      • Ingredients

      • Equipment and Processing Lines

      • Production Steps

      • Packaging and Labeling

      • Quality Control Steps

      • Key Points to Remember

      • Reference: https://cannabis.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2021/12/Batch-Production-Record-Checklist_211022.pdf

        Source: MaintainX (Community Member)

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