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10.62.28.00.htm 10.62.28.00. Title 10 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Subtitle 62 NATALIE LAPRADE MEDICAL CANNABIS COMMISSION Chapter 28 Licensed Dispensary Operations Authority: Health-General Article, §13-3301, 13-3302, and 13-3307, Annotated Code of Maryland
10.62.28.01.htm 10.62.28.01. 01 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) “Dispensary supervisor” means the registered dispensary agent designated by the licensed dispensary to supervise dispensary operations.2) “Licensee” means a licensed dispensary.. 3) “Receiving licensee” means the licensee that receives the shipment.. 4) “Shipping licensee” means the licensee that receives the shipment..
10.62.28.02.htm 10.62.28.02. 02 Standard Operating Procedure.. A. A licensee shall:. 1) Establish a standard operating procedure for all aspects of the receipt, storage, packaging, labeling, handling, tracking and dispensing of products containing medical cannabis and medical cannabis waste;2) Create and enter timely and accurate data into a perpetual inventory control system that identifies and tracks the licensee’s stock of medical cannabis from the time it is delivered or produced to
10.62.28.03.htm 10.62.28.03. 03 Receipt of Products Containing Cannabis.. A. A licensee or licensed grower that dispenses medical cannabis to patients may not:. 1) Acquire medical cannabis from an individual or entity in Maryland other than a licensee;. 2) Acquire medical cannabis from outside of Maryland unless authorized by the Commission; or. 3) Transport medical cannabis to any place outside of Maryland.. B. Hemp.. 1) A licensee may acquire hemp product derived from hemp produced in accord
10.62.28.04.htm 10.62.28.04. 04 Sanitary Storage of Medical Cannabis.. A. A licensee shall maintain the cleanliness of any building or equipment used to store or display medical cannabis.B. A registered dispensary agent shall:. 1) Comply with the standard operating procedure to maintain the medical cannabis free from contamination; and2) Report to a supervisor any personal health condition that might compromise the cleanliness or quality of the medical cannabis the dispensary agent might handle.
10.62.28.05.htm 10.62.28.05. 05 Equipment Sanitation, Accuracy and Maintenance Logs.. A. The licensee shall maintain the sanitation of equipment that comes in contact with medical cannabis to prevent contamination in accordance with the approved standard operating procedure.B. Pursuant to the approved standard operating procedure, the licensee shall require that:. 1) Automatic, mechanical, or electronic equipment is routinely calibrated and checked at least once each month to ensure proper performance; and
10.62.28.06.htm 10.62.28.06. 06 Theft or Diversion.. A. If the licensee finds evidence of theft or diversion, the licensee shall report the theft or diversion to the Commission and the Maryland State Police within 1 business day.B. Within 30 business days of discovering the theft or diversion, the licensee shall:. 1) Complete an investigation;. 2) Amend the licensee’s standard operating procedures, if necessary; and. 3) Send a report of the investigation to the Commission..
10.62.28.9999.htm 10.62.28.9999. Administrative History Effective date: September 14, 2015 (42:18 Md. R. 1176). Regulation .02A amended effective May 18, 2020 (47:10 Md. R. 519). Regulation .03 amended effective May 18, 2020 (47:10 Md. R. 519). Regulation .03C amended effective August 12, 2019 (46:16 Md. R. 688). Regulation .05B amended effective May 18, 2020 (47:10 Md. R. 519). Regulation .06 adopted effective May 18, 2020 (47:10 Md. R. 519).
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