Are you considering or in the process of submitting your producer (grower), processor, wholesaler, and/or retail (dispensary) application to the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC)?
Measure 91 passed in the state of Oregon in November 4th, 2014 but rules and regulations are yet to be published. Since the OLCC has yet to release the draft or final regulations, it is not clear what information they will require on your submission. But don’t let that stop you from getting a head start on your application submission. Historically in other states the most prepared, funded, and organized applicants are the ones who win.
Oregon Cannabis Consulting Firms
Engaging a cannabis consulting firm like Quantum 9 is highly recommended especially if this is your first time submitting an application in the medical or recreational marijuana industry. Quantum 9 provides the following documentation in your submission that is a must have in any submission regardless of the state:
Standard Operating Procedures (Producer, Processor, Wholesaler, and Retail)
Quality Control Protocol (Producer, Processor, Wholesaler, and Retail)
Good Manufacturing Practices (Producer, Processor, Wholesaler, and Retail)
Quantum 9 Provides:
- Business Plans
- Site Plans including Schematic Designs
- Security Plans including Diversion Plans and Safety Procedures
- SOP and GMP pertaining to Growing, Processing and Dispensing Cannabis
- Quality Assurance and Control Plans
- Inventory Control and Record Keeping Plans
- Genetic Selection Plans
- Cannabis Waste and Disposal Plans
- Alcohol and Drug-Free Workspace Policies
Licensing Information Released by the OLCC
Applications will begin being accepted on January 4th, 2016.
There is an annual license fee of $1,000 established by Measure 91 plus a non-refundable application fee of $250 per license application.
There is not a limited to how many licensees an applicant can apply for and an applicant is eligible to win multiple license types.