Massachusetts Compliance & Training Program For Cannabis Companies (Nation’s First) Deemed A Success

Massachusetts Compliance & Training Program For Cannabis Companies (Nation’s First) Deemed A Success

MJ Biz reports It was down to the wire for some Massachusetts marijuana companies to meet a Jan. 1 deadline to train managers and employees under a new compliance and safety program that is the first of its kind in the nation. The state’s Responsible Vendor Training Program is designed to support licensee compliance and enhance the safety of customers and employees. Most cannabis businesses report they see the program as an investment in employees that also allows them to avoid large noncompliance fines. However, required training on some topics might not pertain to all employees’ job duties, and some Massachusetts marijuana businesses point to the fact that people are being trained on state-mandated topics that don’t necessarily apply to their current job duties. “We trained over 1,000 people between Oct. 16 and Dec. 30,” McNamara said. “We had three trainers on the ground, including me, leading classes all across Massachusetts, including Nantucket. We had an additional three trainers leading live webinar classes.”Marijuana training solutions provider Cannabis Trainers added three classes on Dec. 30 to ensure its clients met the deadline, said Maureen McNamara, founder of the Denver-based company. What’s covered in the training? In October, the Cannabis Control Commission (CCC)…

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