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CannaMedicine inspection report

CannaMedicine inspection report

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CannaMedicine inspection report
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Encl: Inspection Findings Report
Public Health Division Medical Marijuana Dispensary Program
John A. Kitzhaber, MD, Governor
 
PO Box 14116 Portland, OR 97293 Voice: (855) 244-9580 Fax: (971) 673-0076
July 17, 2014 RE: State of Oregon, Medical Marijuana Dispensary Inspection Report for MMD 63031 Dear , An inspection of your Medical Marijuana Dispensary was conducted by staff on July 16, 2014. Listed on the Inspection Findings Report enclosed are recommendations and deficiencies that were noted during the inspection. Recommendations are items that were found to be in compliance with the rules but which could be improved. You are not required to respond to any item marked as a recommendation but it is advised that the PRF review the items and take any steps necessary to improve the safety and operation of the dispensary. Deficiencies require corrective action as follows:
 The PRF must submit a signed plan of correction within 10 business days from the date of this letter.
 The PRF must correct all deficiencies within 10 days from the date of this letter, unless an extension is requested from the Authority. A request for such an extension shall be submitted in writing and must accompany the plan of correction. Send supporting documentation as evidence of compliance with the rules. If there is no written response within the designated time frame, or the response is inadequate, the dispensary may be subject to civil penalties of up to $500 per day per violation. Responses may be mailed to the following address: OHA – MMDP ATTN: Compliance Staff PO Box 14116 Portland, OR 97293 If you have any questions regarding the inspection report please contact the MMDP staff at 855-244-9580. Sincerely, Oregon Health Authority Medical Marijuana Dispensary Program
 
Inspection Findings Report
Oregon Health Authority | Medical Marijuana Dispensary Program
PO Box 14116 | Portland, OR 97293 mmj.oregon.gov
Facility: Red Dirt Mountain Company DBA CannaMedicine
1460 State St Salem, OR 97301
MMD No :
63031
Inspection date:
July 16, 2014
Inspection Findings: Recommendations
 
 It is recommended that the lock on the back door of the building be upgraded to a sturdier unit.
 Why the facility had some written procedures for transfers, operation, and labeling, they should be improved to be more thorough and document more details of activities performed at the facility.
Deficiencies
 
OAR 333-008-1010: Definitions
o
 
1010(16)(a) –
One of the immature plants in stock was larger than 12 inches tall.
 
OAR 333-008-1140: Security
o
 
1140(6)(a) and (b) –
There appeared to be no electronic records at the facility.
 
OAR 333-008-1150: Alarm System
o
 
1150(4)(c) –
There are not two (2) panic buttons at the facility. Only one was installed in the dispensing room.
 
OAR 333-008-1160: Video Surveillance Equipment
o
 
1160(3)(a)(D)
 
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There was no evidence that the surveillance system included digital archiving devices.
o
 
1160(3)(b)
 
 –
There was no evidence that the DVR/surveillance system notified the PRF or employees of a failure.
 
OAR 333-008-1180: Video Recording Requirements
o
 
1180(2)(a) –
Surveillance recordings were not kept for a minimum of 30 days. Video recordings were only available back to July 10 (six days).
o
 
1180(2)(b) –
The facility could not produce a color still photo from any camera image.
 
OAR 333-008-1190: Testing
o
 
1190(2) –
It could not be verified that, upon receipt, product was segregated into batches, placed in individual bags/containers, and properly labeled.
 
Inspection Findings Report
Oregon Health Authority | Medical Marijuana Dispensary Program
PO Box 14116 | Portland, OR 97293 mmj.oregon.gov
Facility: Red Dirt Mountain Company DBA CannaMedicine
1460 State St Salem, OR 97301
MMD No :
63031
Inspection date:
July 16, 2014
o
 
1190(3) –
It could not be verified that random samples are taken from each batch, labeled with unique identifier, and sent for testing.
o
 
1190(6) –
It could not be verified that macroscopic or microscopic testing of immature plants was performed by someone without the required degree.
o
 
1190(7)(a) –
It could not be verified that immature plants with visible pesticide residue, mold, and/or mildew were returned.
o
 
1190(8) –
It could not be verified that batches testing positive for pesticide, mold, and/or mildew were returned and the facility documented returned marijuana, including what was returned, to whom, and/or the date it was returned.
 
OAR 333-008-1200: Operation
o
 
1200(1)(a) and (3) –
The door to the dispensing room was often left open; therefore, minors and other unauthorized persons could not be prevented from entering areas where usable marijuana and immature plants are present.
o
 
1200(2) –
Scales were not approved by the Department of Agriculture. (http://www.oregon.gov/ODA/MSD/pages/5points.aspx)
o
 
1200(4)(a) –
The facility lacked written procedures for security.
o
 
1200(4)(b) –
The facility lacked written procedures for testing.
o
 
1200(4)(e) –
The facility lacked written procedures for record keeping.
o
 
1200(4)(g) –
The facility lacked written procedures for violations and enforcement.
 
OAR 333-008-1210: Record Keeping
o
 
1210(1)(a) through (h) –
All required documentation was not maintained electronically and easily accessible.
 
OAR 333-008-1220: Labeling
o
 
1220(1)(a) –
Labels for dried flowers did not include the amount of THC and CBD. Labels for edibles and non-flower product were inconsistent.
o
 
1220(1)(d) –
Labels for edibles did not always include the potency information.
o
 
1220(1)(e) –
Labels for dried flowers did not include who performed the testing. Labels for edibles and non-flower product were inconsistent.
o
 
1220(2) –
Not all non-flower products were labeled “WARNING; MEDICINAL PRODUCT – KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN”

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