Inspection Findings Report

Oregon Health Authority | Medical Marijuana Dispensary Program
PO Box 14116 | Portland, OR 97293
mmj.oregon.gov
Facility:

Nature Quest DBA 2
nd
Step
Dispensary
1295 Oxford St SE
Salem, OR 97302
MMD No : 73294
Inspection date: July 3, 2014


Inspection Findings:
Recommendations
• One of the POS stations was not covered entirely by a surveillance camera. It
is recommended that the camera be repositioned to better cover all POS
stations.
• Although there were previously printed images from surveillance footage, an
image could not be printed during the inspection. It is recommended that all
authorized personnel be familiar with how to perform required functionality of
the security system.
Deficiencies
• OAR 333-008-1050: Approval of Application
o 1050(2) – The facility’s registration was not displayed prominently to those
transferring to the facility (in the intake area).

• OAR 333-008-1140: Security
o 1140(5)(b) – When the facility is closed, not all usable marijuana is moved
to and kept in a safe.

• OAR 333-008-1180: Video Recording Requirements
o 1180(2)(a) – Surveillance recordings could not be access back a minimum
of 30 days.

• OAR 333-008-1190: Testing
o 1190(2)(a)(b)(c) – Batch labels did not include a unique identifier assigned
by the dispensary upon intake.
o 1190(7) – Some testing results were not signed by a person who can
attest to the accuracy of the results.

• OAR 333-008-1200: Operation
o 1200(1)(a) – Because the door between the lobby and dispensing area
was not always closed and did not lock, minors were not prevented from
entering areas where usable marijuana and/or 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(3) – Because the door between the lobby and dispensing area was
not always closed and did not lock, unauthorized persons were not
Inspection Findings Report
Oregon Health Authority | Medical Marijuana Dispensary Program
PO Box 14116 | Portland, OR 97293
mmj.oregon.gov
Facility:

Nature Quest DBA 2
nd
Step
Dispensary
1295 Oxford St SE
Salem, OR 97302
MMD No : 73294
Inspection date: July 3, 2014


prevented from entering areas where usable marijuana and/or immature
plants are present.
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)(c) – The facility lacked written procedures for transfers to and
from the facility.
o 1200(4)(d) – The facility lacked written procedures for operation.
o 1200(4)(e) – The facility lacked written procedures for record keeping.
o 1200(4)(f) – The facility lacked written procedures for labeling.
o 1200(4)(g) – The facility lacked written procedures for violations and
enforcement.

• OAR 333-008-1210: Record Keeping
o 1210(1)(a)(b)(c)(d)(e)(f)and (h) – Required documentation was not
maintained electronically and easily accessible.

• OAR 333-008-1220: Labeling
o 1220(1)(a) – Not all labels for usable marijuana included the amount of
THC and CBD.
o 1220(1)(b) – Labels on pre-packaged usable marijuana did not always
include the weight or volume.
o 1220(1)(d) – Not all labels for usable marijuana included the potency
information.
o 1220(1)(e) – Not all labels for usable marijuana included who performed
the testing.

• OAR 333-008-1225: Packaging
o 1225(2)(a)(b) – Usable marijuana was not placed in child-resistant
containers.

• OAR 333-008-1230: Transfers to a Registered Facility
o 1230(7)(a) – Documentation for received product did not include a unique
identifier (i.e. batch number).
o 1230(7)(f) – Documentation for received product did not include all
required information (who transferred the usable marijuana or the
immature plant, the individual’s OMMP card number and expiration date of
the card, a copy of the individual’s picture identification, the date the
usable marijuana or an immature plant was received, and/or the name of
the patient who authorized the transfer).
Inspection Findings Report
Oregon Health Authority | Medical Marijuana Dispensary Program
PO Box 14116 | Portland, OR 97293
mmj.oregon.gov
Facility:

Nature Quest DBA 2
nd
Step
Dispensary
1295 Oxford St SE
Salem, OR 97302
MMD No : 73294
Inspection date: July 3, 2014


o 1230(10) – The facility could not account for all inventory.
o 1230(10) – The facility’s usable marijuana was not within 5% of inventory.

• OAR 333-008-1245: Transfers to a Patient or Caregiver
o 1245(3)(b) – The facility did not document a copy of cardholders’ ID.

Inspection Findings Report
Oregon Health Authority | Medical Marijuana Dispensary Program
PO Box 14116 | Portland, OR 97293
mmj.oregon.gov
Facility:

Nature Quest DBA 2
nd
Step
Dispensary
1295 Oxford St SE
Salem, OR 97302
MMD No : 73294
Inspection date: July 3, 2014


Advisement on how to respond to Deficiencies:
• The PRF must submit a signed plan of correction postmarked 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.
Include the following information in all correspondence relating to this report:
• MMD #
• A list of corrective action items that have been completed, including:
o The date the item was completed
o Steps taken to prevent recurrence of the deficiency
o Any supporting documentation
• A plan of proposed corrective actions
o Include the estimated date(s) of completion
Include a written request for extension if any of the estimated dates
exceed 10 days from the date of this letter
o As corrective action items are completed, send:
The list of items completed
The date(s) of completion
Steps taken to prevent recurrence
Any supporting documentation
• Signed acknowledgement from the PRF
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, or registration revocation.
Dated: July 7, 2014
Compliance Inspector: Erin Kennedy

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