Haw. Code R. § 11-850-61 - Tracking requirements

Current through February, 2022

(a) A dispensary licensee shall track electronically the dispensary's inventory of cannabis and manufactured cannabis products through each stage of processing, from propagation to point of sale, disposal, or destruction, and maintain a record of clear and unbroken chain of custody at all stages, including during transport of the inventory between dispensary facilities and between a dispensary facility and a laboratory. A dispensary licensee shall also track electronically inventory that is quarantined, recalled, returned, or reprocessed.
(b) A dispensary licensee shall track electronically all sales of cannabis and manufactured cannabis products to qualifying patients, primary caregivers, qualifying out-of-state patients, and caregivers of qualifying out-of-state patients from all dispensaries in the State and shall have a sales system that automatically prohibits sales in excess of the legal limits, as set out in section 11-850-42, and that cannot be overridden manually.
(c) A dispensary licensee shall acquire, operate, and maintain a secure computer software tracking system that interfaces with the department's computer software tracking system to allow the department real time, twenty-four hour access to the dispensary licensee's tracking system and inventory records. The dispensary licensee's tracking system shall capture and report all the data required by the department's tracking system and permit the department to access such data in event the department's computer software tracking system is inoperable or is not functioning properly and sales are made pursuant to an alternate tracking system under subsection (e).
(d) In the event of a breach or failure of its tracking system, a dispensary licensee shall suspend operations dependent on the tracking system until the tracking system is fully operable. The dispensary licensee shall notify the department immediately upon the breach or failure, and again when it resumes operations.
(e) In the event the department's computer software tracking system is inoperable or is not functioning properly, the department may implement an alternate tracking system to temporarily enable qualifying patients, primary caregivers, qualifying out-of-state patients, or caregivers of qualifying out-of-state patients to purchase medical cannabis or manufactured cannabis products from a licensed dispensary.

Notes

Haw. Code R. § 11-850-61
[Eff DEC 14 2015] (Auth: HRS §§ 321-9, 329D-27) (Imp: HRS §§ 329D-6, 329D-7, 329D-8, 329D-11, 329D-13, 329D-14, 329D-18, 329D-19) [Am and comp 2/24/2022] (Auth: HRS §§ 329D-7, 329D-8) (Imp: SLH 2017, Act 170, §3)

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