LOCK STANDARDS - At all points of ingress and egress, the Licensee shall ensure the use of a commercial-grade, nonresidential door locks.
ALARM SYSTEMS - Alarm systems on all perimeter entry points and perimeter windows, installed by an alarm installation company and continuously monitored.
PANIC BUTTONS - Panic buttons put on test and triggered.
LIMITED ACCESS AREAS IDENTIFIED - Area identified with sign 12x12 stating "Do Not Enter - Limited Access Area - Access Limited to Licensed Personnel and Escorted Visitors."
DIAGRAM OF LICENSED PREMISE - Clearly described, reflecting walls, partitions, counters and all areas of ingress and egress. In addition all propagation, cultivation, manufacturing, and Restricted Access Areas noted.
DIAGRAM FILED PROPERLY - Diagram of Licensed Premise is easily found within the Compliance Binder on site.
VIDEO SURVEILLANCE - Video Surveillance of Limited Access Areas, POS, product displayed for sale, security room, grown, tested, cured, weighed, packaged, manufactured, and stored. All points of ingress and egress to Limited Access Areas and exterior of the Licensed Premise.
DVR SYSTEM - DVR's are secured, locked, and readily available with 40 or 60 days of video playback.
LIST OF LICENSED EMPLOYEES - A current list of authorized employees and service personnel that have access to the surveillance room, all activity shall be logged.
EMPLOYEE LIST FILED PROPERLY - Up to date list of licensed employees is readily available within the Compliance Binder.
VISITOR LOG & BADGES - Visitor Log and Badges both inspected and inventoried.
INSPECTION OF BOOKS AND RECORDS - Reporting source, quantity, sales records, maintained, source and quantity of marijuana distributed, produced, or possessed. Employee list, primary patient list, secure facility form.
COMPLIANCE BINDER UPDATE - The Compliance Binder has been updated within the last 24 hours with all pertinent Books and Records information.
TRANSPORTATION MANIFESTS - Medical marijuana or medical marijuana-infused products shall be accompanied by a manifest.
MANIFEST INTEGRITY & FILING - The past 6 months worth of manifests are filed and kept on site containing all appropriate signatures.
MEDICAL MARIJUANA INVENTORY DETERMINATION - Inventory by common weight and measures, plant count and the total weight of all packaged or bulk cannabis located on the licensed premises, not to exceed six (6) plants and two (2) ounces per primary patient unless otherwise provided by section 12-43.3-901(4)(e), C.R.S.
METRC PATIENT COUNTS - Patient counts checked in the METRC database system.
METRC PLANT COUNTS - Plant counts checked in the METRC database system.
METRC WEIGHT COUNTS - Weight counts checked in the METRC database system.
MEDICAL MARIJUANA INFUSED PRODUCTS - Reasonable Measures and Precautions... Employees conform to hygiene practices, preparation areas, surfaces, utensils and equipment are adequately cleaned and kept clean, cleaning compounds, sanitizing agents, and pesticides are identified.
LABELING STANDARDS - List of ingredients, chemical additives, including nonorganic pesticide, herbicides, and fertilizers. In addition noninfused products shall include the license number of the OPC licensee, the MMC if Medical Marijuana was obtained from a center not licensed the same as the OPC, date of sale and patient registry number of the purchaser.
PRODUCT LABELS - Flower label, Concentrate label, and Edible label have been checked.
WASTE DISPOSAL - Rendered unusable by grinding and combining it with at least 50% paper, plastic, cardboard, soil or food waste; grease or other compostable oil waste; bokashi or other compost activators, all waste records must be accurately maintained.
WASTE LOG - Waste log is kept on site, up to date, and thoroughly completed.
REGISTRATION OF A PRIMARY CENTER - Shall not allow a patient to register the Center as a Primary Center if the patient has previously designated another Center as its Primary Center at anytime in the preceding 30 days. Must maintain written authorization and plant count waivers.
EPC PAPERWORK - EPC paperwork has been checked for integrity.
Did The MMC/OPC pass or fail compliance?