A research and development licence permits you to possess, produce, transport, send, or deliver cannabis between sites, for the purposes of research, that are authorized by the licence. You are permitted to sell cannabis plants or seeds to a cultivator, another researcher, cannabis drug licence holders, the Minister, or exemption holder.
Good Production Practices (GPP) of the Cannabis Act mandates that Licensed Producers ensure the cleanliness of the premises and equipment. Having effective sanitation and pre-operational Inspection procedures can minimize the risk of contamination of your product, ingredients, processing aids, packaging materials, and product contact surfaces.
It is therefore extremely important to understand the fundamental principle of sanitation procedures and to implement and use these procedures effectively. Lack of proper and validated cleaning and sanitation program can result in costly contamination, return of products, and recalls.
This course and workshop concentrate on three important aspects of an effective sanitation program; Premise, Equipment and Personnel. Participants are given a thorough understanding of the importance of cleaning and sanitizing procedures and their responsibilities, and why these are important parts of their (and not cleaners`) jobs.
This webinar aims to summarize the Cannabis act that came into effect on Oct 17, 2018 and the proposed amendments on Cannabis edibles, concentrates and topicals that to come into effect no later than October 17, 2019. The webinar is to provide a practical understanding of:
Licenses, Permits and Authorization
Sale of Medicinal and Recreational Cannabis
Sale of Recreational Cannabis
Good Production Practices
Cannabis Tracking System
Proposed Cannabis edibles, concentrates and topicals
Packaging and Labelling