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10.62.20.00.htm 10.62.20.00. Title 10 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND MENTAL HYGIENE Subtitle 62 NATALIE LAPRADE MEDICAL CANNABIS COMMISSION Chapter 20 Medical Cannabis Processor Agent Authority: Health-General Article, §13-3301, 13-3302, 13-3309, and 13-3310, Annotated Code of Maryland
10.62.20.01.htm 10.62.20.01. 01 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meaning indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) “License” means a license issued by the Commission to operate as a licensed processor.. 2) “Licensee” means a licensed processor..
10.62.20.02.htm 10.62.20.02. 02 Processor Agent Generally.. A processor agent shall be 21 years old or older..
10.62.20.03.htm 10.62.20.03. 03 Processor Agent Registration and Criminal History Record.. A. A processor agent shall be registered with the Commission before the agent may volunteer or work for a licensee.B. A licensee shall apply to register a processor agent by submitting to the Commission:. 1) The name, address, date of birth and Social Security Number of a processor agent;. 2) Documentation of the submission of fingerprints of the processor agent to the Central Registry; and3) The request for the cr
10.62.20.04.htm 10.62.20.04. 04 Registered Processor Agent Identification Cards.. A. The Commission shall issue to each registered processor agent a identification card that shall include a photograph of the face of the registered processor agent taken no more than 6 months before the date of the application.B. At all times at the premises of a licensee every registered processor agent shall visibly wear the identification card issued to the registered processor agent by the Commission.
10.62.20.05.htm 10.62.20.05. 05 Termination.. A. As soon as possible upon termination of a registered processor agent’s association with a licensee, the licensee shall:1) Take custody of the terminated registered processor agent’s identification card;. 2) Obtain any keys or other entry devices from the terminated registered processor agent; and. 3) Ensure the terminated registered processor agent can no longer gain access to the premises of the licensee.B. Within 1 business day of the termination of a r
10.62.20.06.htm 10.62.20.06. 06 Prospective Processor Agent Drug Screen.. A. The licensee shall require a prospective processor agent to submit to a drug screen before commencement of association.B. The drug screen shall be carried out following the procedures set forth in COMAR 17.04.09.04―08.. C. In addition to the drugs to be screened in accordance with COMAR 17.04.09.06, the screen shall include any other drugs as required by the Commission.D. Unless medically justified, a prospective proce
10.62.20.07.htm 10.62.20.07. 07 Processor Agent Training.. A. The licensee shall train all registered processor agents on:. 1) Federal and State medical cannabis laws and regulations and other laws and regulations pertinent to the processor agent’s responsibilities;2) Standard operating procedures;. 3) Detection and prevention of diversion of medical cannabis;. 4) Security procedures; and. 5) Safety procedures, including responding to;. a) A medical emergency;. b) A fire;. c) A chemical spill; and.
10.62.20.08.htm 10.62.20.08. 08 Alcohol and Drug Free Workplace Policy.. A. A registered processor agent shall declare in writing that the registered processor agent shall adhere to the State alcohol and drug free workplace policy as identified in COMAR 21.11.08.03.B. The licensee shall retain the declaration in the registered processor agent’s personnel record..
10.62.20.09.htm 10.62.20.09. 09 Annual Verification of Registered Processor Agents.. Every year, on a date determined by the Commission, the licensee shall notify the Commission that the licensee has verified that no registered processor agent has been convicted of a felony drug offense.
10.62.20.9999.htm 10.62.20.9999. Administrative History Effective date: September 14, 2015 (42:18 Md. R. 1176).
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