The DCC-LIC-015 Transportation Procedures Form is a template delivered to you instantly in MS Word format with California-compliant placeholder text. Our supplied placeholder answers have been proven successful in previous California cannabis application submissions. This Department of Cannabis Control form is required only for Distribution license applicants.
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These are the questions asked on the Department of Cannabis Control’s DCC-LIC-015 Transportation form. Scroll down a bit on the right to see a sample of the placeholder answers we provide.
1. Identify whether the applicant intends to transport cannabis goods, or will be contracting for transportation services.
2. If transporting cannabis goods, provide the following information:
2.a. Whether the applicant intends to transport to all license types, or is limiting transportation to only certain license types.
2.b. The geographic regions the applicant will transport to and from, and whether the applicant expects to transport overnight.
2.c. Vehicle and trailer information, which includes:
2.c.i. Number of vehicles to be used.
2.c.ii. Type of vehicles or trailers to be used, including make, model, year, and vehicle identification number (VIN).
2.c.iii. Registration and insurance information for each vehicle being used.
2.c.iv. Whether the applicant has or will be applying for a motor carrier permit, list permit numbers (if applicable).
2.d. Driver information, which includes:
2.d.i. All employees that are or will be transporting cannabis goods, either as a driver, or a passenger, including name and age of employee, driver’s license information, and list the roles and responsibilities for each employee.
2.d.ii. Will any security personnel accompany employees transporting cannabis goods? Specify whether security personnel will be employees or contracted. If contracting for security, provide the name of the company, license number, contact person, and phone number.
2.e. Information regarding the storage of cannabis goods in the vehicle, which includes:
2.e.i. A description of how the applicant intends to store cannabis goods in each vehicle or trailer, i.e., what area of the vehicle or trailer will be used for storage.
2.e.ii. A description of how the applicant intends to secure cannabis goods in each vehicle.
2.e.iii. A description of how the applicant will ensure that cannabis goods are not visible or identifiable from outside each vehicle.
2.f. Information regarding all security measures the applicant will have in place for the transportation of cannabis goods, including, but not limited to:
2.f.i. Describe the alarm systems for each vehicle.
2.f.ii. Other security measures used during the transporting of cannabis goods.
2.g. Whether the applicant is located within a building or on the same parcel of land as another licensee, for which transportation by motor vehicle is not operationally feasible, and how the applicant will be transporting cannabis goods, if not by motor vehicle.
3. If contracting for transportation services, provide a list of transportation services used, and a copy of the contract for each, if applicable.
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This Transportation Procedures document is for cannabis distribution businesses applying to the California Department of Cannabis Control for an annual license.
Transportation is a function only performed in California by licensed cannabis distributors. Simply put, Transportation is the movement of cannabis goods between licensees, where Delivery is the movement of cannabis from the retailer to the consumer. If you are a retailer and need a Delivery Procedures document, click here.
Here is a sample page from the Transportation Procedures Form Template (DCC-LIC-015):