OUR RESPONSIBLE CULTIVATOR COURSE
Is devoted to the regulatory requirements of your marijuana cultivation operations.
We offer an intensive 3-4 hour program. Participants are tested and CRS Certified to verify comprehension.
The Benefits of Attending our Responsible Cannabis Cultivation Training include:
- The promotion of regulatory compliance and reduction of the possibility of fines and business interruption.
- Participants earn a Cannabis Regulatory Solutions, “Responsible Cultivator Designation.”
- Reflects a commitment to operate at the highest level of compliance and industry best practice.
- Provides employees with knowledge to perform their job responsibilities more effectively.
- Training is considered as a relevant factor for ensuring responsible cultivation, production, and inventory management in connection with license renewals. See R506(C)(5)(e).
- Documented training is used as a good faith factor when considering business expansion. See R506(E).
- Employee training is considered a good faith mitigating factor when considering licenses infractions and fines. See R 1037.
Becoming a Cannabis Regulatory Solutions Responsible Cultivator represents a competitive advantage over Non-Responsible Cultivator Businesses while providing owners with reduced regulatory and business risk.
Responsible Cultivator Course Outline
Part I - The Law and Management Best Practice
Part II - R 300 Series – The Licensed Premises
- R 301 – Limited Access Areas
- R 302 – Possession of Licensed Premises
- R 303 – Changing, Altering, or Modifying The Licensed Premises
- R 304 - Shared Licenses and Operational Separation
- R 305 – Security Alarm Systems & Lock Standards
- R 306 - Video Surveillance
- R 307 – Marijuana Waste
- R 309 – Inventory Tracking System
Part III - R 500 Series (all) – Retail Marijuana Cultivation Facilities
- R 501 – License Privileges
- R & M 502- General Limitations or Prohibited Acts
- R 503 - Inventory Tracking System
- R 504 – Health and Safety Regulations
- R 505 – Retail Marijuana Concentrate Production (intro only)
- R 506 – Production Management
- Colorado Fire Marshal Marijuana Facility Guidelines
- CDA - Pesticide Use in Cannabis Production
- Colorado Marijuana Health and Safety Work Group
Part IV - Packaging, Labeling and Testing Requirements
- R/M 1001-1 Packaging and Labeling Minimum Requirements Prior to Transfer to another Marijuana Establishment/Business
- R/M 1002-1 Packaging and Labeling Minimum Requirements Prior to Transfer to consumer/patient.
- R/M 1003-1 Additional Labeling Requirements
- R/M 1501 Retail & Medical Marijuana & Marijuana Product Testing Program
- R/M 1504 Retail & Medical Marijuana Testing Program – Sampling Procedures
- R/M 1507 Contaminated Product and Failed Tests
Part V - Additional Rules
- R 800 Series – Transport and Storage
- R 900 Series – Business Record Requirements
- 1307 – Mitigating and Aggravating Factors
- Common House Rules