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Medical Marijuana Inspection Form

This inspection checklist guide will help applicants may use this checklist in preparation for the Initial Inspection conducted by the Department of Cannabis Regulation.
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07/19/2022

Medical Marijuana Inspection Form

This inspection checklist guide will help applicants may use this checklist in preparation for the Initial Inspection conducted by the Department of Cannabis Regulation.
  • License Number:

  • Legal Name of Facility:

  • Physical Address:

  • Point of Contact:

  • Telephone Number:

  • E-Mail:

  • Type of Facility:

  • Reason for Inspection:

  • Date:

  • Start Time:

  • End Time:

  • License Displayed:

    • Yes
    • No
    • N / A
  • 1000 ft Rule Followed:

    • Yes
    • No
    • N / A
  • Sewage Disposal:

  • Water Supply:

  • Canopy Square Footage:

  • Any Variances on Record:

    • Yes
    • No
    • N / A
  • Business Licenses Changes:

    • Yes
    • No
    • N / A
  • Annual Fee Paid:

    • Yes
    • No
    • N / A
  • Comments:

  • Violations Noted:

    • Yes
    • No
    • N / A
  • Follow-Up:

    • Yes
    • No
    • N / A
  • Compliance Officers:

  • Waste Plan

  • Any excess or unusable medical marijuana or medical marijuana byproduct of a cultivation, manufacturing, dispensary, testing, or transportation facility shall be disposed of in the following manner:

  • Solid and liquid wastes generated during medical marijuana production and processing must be stored, managed, and disposed of in accordance with applicable state, tribal, local, and municipal laws and regulations. Facilities must keep records of the final disposal destinations of all such wastes for at least five (5) years

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Wastewater generated during medical marijuana production and processing must be disposed of in compliance with applicable state, tribal, local, and municipal laws and regulation

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Wastes from the production and processing of medical marijuana plants must be evaluated against state hazardous waste regulations to determine if those wastes qualify as hazardous waste. It is the responsibility of each waste generator to properly evaluate their waste to determine if it is a hazardous waste per 40 CFR 262.11 . If a generator’s waste does qualify as a hazardous waste, then that waste is subject to the applicable hazardous waste management standards

  • All solid waste, as defined by 40 CFR 261.2, must be evaluated under the hazardous waste regulations, including

  • Waste from medical marijuana flowers, trim, and solid plant material used to create an extract

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Waste solvents, pesticides, and other similar materials used in the cultivation, manufacturing, or testing process

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Discarded plant waste, spent solvents, and laboratory wastes from any medical marijuana processing or quality assurance testing

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Medical marijuana extract that fails to meet quality testing must be rendered unusable prior to leaving a facility,including plant waste, such as roots, stalks, leaves, and stems

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Medical marijuana plant waste that does not qualify as hazardous may be rendered unusable by grinding and incorporating the medical marijuana plant waste with other nonhazardous ground materials so the resulting mixture is at least fifty percent (50%) non-marijuana waste by volume. Material used to grind with the medical marijuana may be either compostable waste or non-compostable waste. Other methods to render medical marijuana waste unusable must be approved by the department before implementation

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Medical marijuana waste that has been rendered unusable may be delivered to a permitted solid waste facility for final disposition

  • All facility waste of any type must be stored securely before final disposition, which can be done within the facility in areas designated for disposal activities or, if necessary, outside the facility in a locked, tamperresistant receptacle

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Comments:

  • Facility Environment

  • All cultivation, manufacturing, dispensary, testing, and transportation facilities must establish and follow procedures to ensure medical marijuana remains free from contaminants. The procedures must address, at a minimum

  • Environmental Factors:

  • The flow through a facility of any equipment or supplies that will come in contact with medical marijuana including receipt and storage

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Employee health and sanitation

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Floors, walls, and ceilings made of smooth, hard surfaces that are easily cleaned

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Temperature and humidity controls

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • System for monitoring environmental condition

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • System for monitoring cleaning and sanitizing rooms and equipment

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • System for maintaining any equipment used to control sanitary conditions

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • For cultivation and manufacturing facilities, an air supply filtered through high-efficiency particulate air filters under positive pressure

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Inventory Controls

  • All cultivation, infused products manufacturing, dispensary, testing, and transportation facilities shall implement inventory control systems and procedures as follows:

  • Each facility shall designate in writing a facility agent who is generally responsible for the inventory control systems and procedures for that facility

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • All weighing and measuring of medical marijuana required by this rule must be conducted with a National Type Evaluation Program approved scale, which shall be capable of weighing and measuring accurately at all times and recalibrated at least yearly

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Department-certified seed-to-sale tracking system in place to track medical marijuana from seed or immature plant stage until the medical marijuana is purchased by a qualifying patient or primary caregiver or destroyed. Records entered into the seed to-sale tracking system must include each day’s beginning inventory, harvests, acquisitions, sales, disbursements, remediations, disposals, transfers, ending inventory, and any other data necessary for inventory control records in the statewide track and trace s

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • If a facility identifies a reduction in the amount of medical marijuana in the inventory of the facility, the facility must document where in the facility’s processes the loss has occurred, if possible, and take and document corrective action. If the reduction in the amount of medical marijuana in the inventory of the facility is due to suspected criminal activity by a facility agent, the facility shall report the facility agent to the department and to the appropriate law enforcement agencies within twenty

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • A medical marijuana facility shall maintain all records required by this subsection (inventory control) for at least five (5) years

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • In case of seed-to-sale system failure or loss of connection to the statewide track and trace system, the facility may continue performing for up to five (5) hours all actions that are required to be tracked, except sales of medical marijuana or transfers of medical marijuana from the facility, as long as the facility records all necessary tracking information and enters that information into its seed-to sale tracking system upon restoration of the system or into the statewide track and trace system upon re

  • Comments:

  • Recalls

  • All facilities are responsible for complying with recall notices. Recalled items must be immediately pulled from production or inventory and held until such time as the department determines the item is safe, may be remediated, or must be destroyed

  • Medical marijuana that fails testing or is subject to a recall must either be destroyed by any facility in possession of that medical marijuana or, at the election of the facility from which the failed tester recalled item originated, and with approval of the department, may be remediated, if possible

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Remediation

  • Remediated medical marijuana must pass all testing required by 19 CSR 30-95.070

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Facilities may only elect to remediate any particular medical marijuana once

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Comments:

  • Packaging and Labeling

  • All cultivation, infused products manufacturing, and dispensary facilities shall ensure that all medical marijuana is packaged and labeled in a manner consistent with the following:

  • Facilities shall not manufacture, package, or label marijuana In a false or misleading manner:

  • In a false or misleading manner

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • In any manner designed to cause confusion between a marijuana product and any product not containing marijuana

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • In any manner designed to appeal to a minor

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Marijuana and marijuana-infused products shall be sold in containers clearly and conspicuously labeled with:

  • Marijuana” or a “Marijuana- infused Product” in a font size at least as large as the largest other font size used on the package

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • “Warning: Cognitive and physical impairment may result from the use of Marijuana” in a font no smaller than seven- (7-) point type

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Any marijuana or marijuana-infused products packaged for retail sale must be packaged in opaque, re-sealable packaging

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Packaging must be designed or constructed to be significantly difficult for children under five (5) years of age to open but not normally difficult for adults to use properly

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Any marijuana or marijuana- infused products not packaged for retail sale before delivery to a dispensary must be packaged by the dispensary upon sale to a qualifying patient or primary caregiver in opaque, resealable packaging designed or constructed to be significantly difficult for children under five (5) years of age to open but not normally difficult for adults to use properly. All edible marijuana-infused products must be packaged for retail by the infused-products manufacturer before transfer to a di

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • The total weight of the marijuana included in the package: (I) For dried, unprocessed marijuana, weight shall be listed in ounces or grams (II) For concentrates, weight shall be listed in grams (III) For infused products, weight shall be listed by milligrams of THC

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • All active and inactive ingredients, which shall not include groupings of ingredients that obscure the actual ingredients, such as “proprietary blend” or “spices”

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • In the case of dried, unprocessed marijuana, the name, as recorded with the Missouri Office of the Secretary of State, of the cultivating facility from which the marijuana in the package originated and, in the case of infused products, the name of the infused-product manufacturer, as recorded with the Missouri Office of the Secretary of State

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • A “best if used by” date is printed

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • No branding, artwork, or other information or design elements included on marijuana or marijuana-infused products shall be placed in such a way as to obscure any of the information required

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Marijuana and marijuana-infused product packaging shall not include claims of health benefits but may include health warnings

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Marijuana and marijuana-infused products must, at all times, be tagged with traceability information generated by the statewide track and trace system

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Comments:

  • Transportation

  • Cultivation, manufacturing, dispensary, and testing facilities that transport medical marijuana must also comply with 19 CSR 30-95.100(2)(D) in doing so

  • If the facility has a Transportation Certificate, use the TRA Tab to complete this sections requirements.

  • Signage and Advertising

  • Signage and advertising on facility premises must comply with the following:

  • A facility may not display marijuana, marijuana paraphernalia, or advertisements for these items in a way that is visible to the general public from a public right-of-way

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Outdoor signage and, if visible to the public, interior signage, must comply with any local ordinances for signs or advertising

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • May not display any text other than the facility’s business name or trade name, address, phone number, and website.

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • May not utilize images or visual representations of marijuana plants, products, or paraphernalia, including representations that indicate the presence of these items, such as smoke.

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Comments:

  • Transportation Facility Requirements. In addition to the requirements for transportation facilities in 19 CSR 30-95.040, transportation facilities shall also comply with the provisions of this section

  • Employee Training

  • Proper use of the statewide track and trace system

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Procedures for responding to an emergency, including severe weather, fire, natural disasters, and unauthorized intrusions

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Standards for maintaining the confidentiality of information related to the medical use of marijuana, including, but not limited to, compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Transportation facilities shall transport all medical marijuana from an originating facility to a destination within twenty-four (24) hours. When extenuating circumstances necessitate holding medical marijuana longer than twenty-four (24) hours, the transportation facility shall notify the department of the circumstances and the location of the medical marijuana

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Operations

  • All vehicles used to transport medical marijuana shall not be marked in any way that indicates medical marijuana is being transported by that vehicle and shall be equipped with at least:

  • A secure lockbox or locking cargo area made of smooth, hard surfaces that are easily cleaned for storing medical marijuana during transit

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • A secure lockbox for storing payments and video monitoring recording equipment during transit

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Video monitoring of the driver and passenger compartment in the vehicle and of any space where medical marijuana is stored during transit

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • GPS Tracking

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Facility agents transporting medical marijuana shall prior to transporting medical marijuana, print an inventory manifest for the trip generated from the statewide track and trace system and create a trip plan, which shall be provided to the facility from which the medical marijuana is transported, and which shall include:

  • Operations

  • The name of the facility agent(s) transporting the medical marijuana

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • The date and start time of transportation

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • The anticipated delivery time

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • The anticipated route of transportation

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Have facility agent identification card(s) accessible at all times

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Keep a copy of the applicable inventory manifest and trip plan in the transportation vehicle, which shall be placed under the driver’s seat or in a compartment beside the driver’s seat for the duration of the trip

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Have a means of communication accessible at all times

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Immediately report to law enforcement any vehicle accidents in which the transportation vehicle is involved

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Immediately report any loss or theft of medical marijuana to a person designated by the transportation facility for this purpose

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • After transport, revise the trip plan to reflect the actual route taken and the end time of transportation

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Any incident of theft or attempted theft of medical marijuana shall be reported to the department within twenty-four (24) hours of the incident

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • All trip plans and revised trip plans shall be maintained by the facility for at least five (5) years

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
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