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10.62.33.00.htm 10.62.33.00. Title 10 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND MENTAL HYGIENE Subtitle 62 NATALIE LAPRADE MEDICAL CANNABIS COMMISSION Chapter 33 Inspection Authority: Health-General Article, §13-3301, 13-3302, 13-3306, 13-3307, 13-3309, and 13-3311, Annotated Code of Maryland
10.62.33.01.htm 10.62.33.01. 01 Definition.. In this chapter, “Inspector” means any member of the Commission or any State employee or contractor designated by the Commission to carry out an inspection under this chapter.
10.62.33.02.htm 10.62.33.02. 02 Consent to Inspection.. Submission of an application to be a licensed grower, licensed processor, or licensed dispensary, independent testing laboratory irrevocably gives the Commission consent to conduct all inspections necessary to ensure compliance with State law and regulations.
10.62.33.03.htm 10.62.33.03. 03 Inspection of Applicants.. A. The Commission may inspect all premises of an applicant to be:. 1) A licensed grower;. 2) A licensed processor;. 3) A licensed dispensary; or. 4) A independent testing laboratory.. B. The Commission shall inspect all aspects of an applicant’s operation to make a determination that the operation conforms to the terms of the application.C. In the case of an inspection before the issuance of a license, the Commission shall arrange the i
10.62.33.04.htm 10.62.33.04. 04 Announced and Unannounced Inspections.. A. The Commission may conduct announced and unannounced inspections of the facilities of licensed growers, licensed processors, licensed dispensaries, and independent testing laboratories subject to the Commission’s regulation, mission, and function, to determine compliance with statute and regulations.B. Failure by a licensed grower, licensed processor, licensed dispensary or registered independent testing laboratory to prov
10.62.33.05.htm 10.62.33.05. 05 Sample Collection and Testing as Part of Inspection.. A. During an inspection, the Commission may obtain samples for testing of any:. 1) Cannabis;. 2) Medical cannabis concentrate;. 3) Medical cannabis-infused product;. 4) Media used to grow cannabis;. 5) Chemicals or solvents used to process medical cannabis concentrate;. 6) Labels or containers for cannabis;. 7) Paraphernalia;. 8) Any waste material; and. 9) Raw or processed material.. B. If the inspector has g
10.62.33.06.htm 10.62.33.06. 06 Action Upon Findings in Inspection.. In the event that an inspector has reasonable suspicion of an operational failure or of conditions that create a likelihood of diversion, contamination, or a risk to the public health:A. An inspector may:. 1) Suspend the distribution of some or all medical cannabis from the licensed or registered premises;2) Order immediate evacuation of the premises and seal the entry door; or. 3) Quarantine some or all medical cannabis;.
10.62.33.07.htm 10.62.33.07. 07 Receipt and Chain of Custody for Materials Removed.. The Commission shall leave a receipt and create a documented chain of custody for anything removed in the course of an inspection.
10.62.33.08.htm 10.62.33.08. 08 Report of Inspection.. A. An inspector shall:. 1) Prepare a report of:. a) The observations and findings of the inspection; and. b) Any suggestions or demands for corrective action;. 2) Deliver a copy of the report to the inspected entity and obtain a receipt for the delivery; and. 3) If possible, discuss the inspection and inspection report with the licensee.. B. If an inspection report contains a suggestion or demand for corrective action, within 10 business
10.62.33.9999.htm 10.62.33.9999. Administrative History Effective date: September 14, 2015 (42:18 Md. R. 1176).
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