Cannabis inventory procedures should ensure that cannabis is delivered to consumers safely and not illegally diverted. Here are some things to think about if a cannabis client requests help with inventory standard operating procedures (SOPs):
- Make sure that your client is familiar with their jurisdiction’s track-and-trace system and incorporates system functionality into their SOP. State and local regulations often provide general guidance on inventory procedures, but inventory SOPs should also incorporate the step-by-step functionality of any technology solution a client chooses to use. Many technology providers offer helpful inventory how-to guides and training which can be invaluable when writing a SOP.
- Clearly outline who will and will not have access to areas in which cannabis goods are stored. Access to these areas should be limited and restricted to only essential employees.
DISCLAIMER: THIS INFORMATION IS STRICTLY EDUCATIONAL AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE LEGAL ADVICE.