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Dispensary Application Accelerator: Recall Plan
  • Dispensary Application Accelerator: Recall Plan

    The Dispensary Application Accelerator Recall Plan™ is designed as a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) solution for today’s Cannabis Entrepreneur seeking to apply for a cannabis business license. 

    This Dispensary Recall Plan is 18 pages of comprehensive procedures on details for Recall procedures for cannabis and cannabis products sold by a Retail Dispensary to a customer. The document is editable to customize to your exact specifications and can be modified with any custom materials you want to include based on your business needs and state regulations. Each Dispensary Application Accelerator Product comes with a set of technical standard operating procedures (SOP) that can be used as a living organizational document. 


    A recall plan is a written procedure that is designed to prevent unsafe or potentially harmful products from reaching consumers. All organizations, regardless of size, should have a recall plan in place. A strong recall plan may prevent illness or injury to consumers and could reduce a company’s liability. Conversely, a poor or nonexistent recall plan could lead to an adverse health event resulting in legal, financial, or regulatory liability.


    What is included in a recall plan? A written recall plan may include many parts, all of which should be tested with mock recalls. A recall plan should include the following parts: 


    • A primary individual responsible for the plan (i.e. recall coordinator) and a recall team Evaluation of the complaint or condition; collecting information, determining the need for a recall

    • Written traceability procedures - Identification of affected Marijuana Businesses, distribution list and product information 

    • Notification of parties impacted and regulatory agencies - this includes a recall notice 

    • Removal of affected products

    • Effectiveness Check

    • Termination of Recall


    This Dispensary Recall Plan is designed for the implementation of procedures for the recovery of products that customers may have had an adverse reaction to. It documents the necessary steps the state will require to evaluate and determine why the dispensed product may have caused this reaction and the necessary reporting steps.


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