A Batch Production Record is a detailed, written documentation of the work performed to manufacture or remediate a batch of cannabis or cannabis product. Batch production records include:
- Information about the cannabis and non-cannabis ingredients used, the staff member(s) who completed each step
- Verification that the Master Manufacturing Protocol was followed
- Information about the quality control processes used to ensure safety.
Included in this checklist
- Equipment and processing lines
- Production steps
- Packaging and labeling
- Quality control steps
Download the batch production checklist
This checklist will help you verify that your batch production records capture the minimum required information.
A complete list of requirements can be found in section 17216 of the Department of Cannabis Control’s regulations. (Cal. Code Regs., tit. 4, § 17216.)
This document is intended to outline the requirements that closed-loop extraction system operators must follow to ensure the compliant use of extraction systems.
Manufacturing license types are based on the activities performed, the chemicals used for extraction and post processing, if any, and whether the manufacturer works in a shared-use facility.
State law requires that all cannabis goods are sold in child-resistant packaging (CRP). CRP is packaging that is designed to be hard for children under five years of age to open. It is the responsibility of the licensee that packaged the cannabis good to make sure that the package meets CRP requirements.