Arizona Administrative Code
Title 9 - HEALTH SERVICES
Chapter 18 - DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES ADULT-USE MARIJUANA PROGRAM
Article 3 - MARIJUANA ESTABLISHMENTS
Section R9-18-314 - Inventory Control System

Universal Citation: AZ Admin Code R 9-18-314

Current through Register Vol. 30, No. 12, March 22, 2024

A. A marijuana establishment shall designate in writing a marijuana facility agent associated with the marijuana establishment who has oversight of the marijuana establishment's marijuana inventory control system.

B. A marijuana establishment shall only acquire marijuana from:

1. The marijuana establishment's cultivation site or manufacturing site,

2. Another marijuana establishment, or

3. A dispensary with a dispensary registration certificate issued under 9 A.A.C. 17.

C. A marijuana establishment shall establish and implement an inventory control system for the marijuana establishment's marijuana and marijuana products that documents:

1. The following amounts:
a. Each day's beginning inventory of marijuana and marijuana products,

b. Acquisitions according to subsection (B),

c. Marijuana harvested by the marijuana establishment,

d. Marijuana and marijuana products provided to a dispensary or another marijuana establishment,

e. Marijuana and marijuana products sold,

f. Marijuana and marijuana products submitted to a marijuana testing facility for testing according to R9-18-311,

g. Marijuana and marijuana products that were disposed of, and

h. The day's ending marijuana and marijuana products inventory;

2. For acquiring marijuana or a marijuana product from another marijuana establishment or a dispensary:
a. A description of the marijuana or marijuana product acquired including:
i. The amount, batch number, and strain of the marijuana or marijuana product;

ii. For a marijuana product, the ingredients in order of abundance; and

iii. For an edible food product infused with marijuana or a marijuana product:
(1) The date of manufacture,

(2) The total weight of the marijuana-infused edible food product, and

(3) The estimated amount and batch number of the marijuana or marijuana product infused in the edible food product;

b. As applicable, either:
i. The name and license number of the marijuana establishment providing the marijuana or marijuana product, or

ii. The name and registry identification number of the dispensary providing the marijuana or marijuana product;

c. The name and license number or registry identification number, as applicable, of the marijuana facility agent or dispensary agent providing the marijuana or marijuana product;

d. The name and license number of the marijuana facility agent receiving the marijuana or marijuana product on behalf of the marijuana establishment; and

e. The date of acquisition;

3. For each batch of marijuana cultivated:
a. The batch number;

b. Whether the batch originated from marijuana seeds or marijuana cuttings;

c. The origin and strain of the marijuana seeds or marijuana cuttings planted;

d. The number of marijuana seeds or marijuana cuttings planted;

e. The date the marijuana seeds or cuttings were planted;

f. A list of all chemical additives, including nonorganic pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers used in the cultivation;

g. The number of plants grown to maturity; and

h. Harvest information including:
i. Date of harvest,

ii. Final processed usable marijuana yield weight, and

iii. Name and license number of the marijuana facility agent responsible for the harvest;

4. For transferring marijuana or a marijuana product to another marijuana establishment or a dispensary:
a. A description of the marijuana or marijuana product provided including:
i. The amount, batch number, and strain of the marijuana or marijuana product;

ii. For a marijuana product, the ingredients in order of abundance; and

iii. For an edible food product infused with marijuana or a marijuana product:
(1) The date of manufacture,

(2) The total weight of the marijuana-infused edible food product, and

(3) The estimated amount and batch number of the marijuana or marijuana product infused in the edible food product;

b. The name and marijuana establishment license number or registry identification number, as applicable, of the other marijuana establishment or the dispensary;

c. The name and license number or registry identification number, as applicable, of the marijuana facility agent or dispensary agent who received the marijuana or marijuana product on behalf of the other marijuana establishment or the dispensary; and

d. The date the marijuana or marijuana product was provided;

5. For submitting marijuana or marijuana products to a marijuana testing facility for testing:
a. The amount, strain, and batch number of the marijuana or marijuana product submitted;

b. The name and registry identification number of the marijuana testing facility;

c. The name and registry identification number of the marijuana facility agent who received the marijuana or marijuana product on behalf of the marijuana testing facility; and

d. The date the marijuana or marijuana product was submitted to the marijuana testing facility; and

6. For disposal of marijuana or a marijuana product that is not to be sold, transferred, or used for making a marijuana product:
a. Description of and reason for the marijuana or marijuana product being disposed of including, if applicable:
i. The number of failed or other unusable plants, and

ii. The results of laboratory testing;

b. Date of disposal;

c. Method of disposal; and

d. Name and license number of the marijuana facility agent responsible for the disposal.

D. The individual designated in subsection (A) shall conduct and document an audit of the marijuana establishment's inventory that is accounted for according to generally accepted accounting principles at least once every 30 calendar days.

1. If the audit identifies a reduction in the amount of marijuana or a marijuana product in the marijuana establishment's inventory not due to documented causes, the marijuana establishment shall determine and document where the loss has occurred and take and document corrective action.

2. If the reduction in the amount of marijuana or a marijuana product in the marijuana establishment's inventory is due to suspected criminal activity by a marijuana facility agent, the marijuana establishment shall report the marijuana facility agent to the Department and to the local law enforcement authorities.

E. A marijuana establishment shall:

1. Maintain the documentation required in subsections (C) and (D) at the marijuana establishment for at least five years after the date on the document, and

2. Provide the documentation required in subsections (C) and (D) to the Department for review upon request.

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