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New Jersey Cannabis Safety and Security Plan

This 10-page New Jersey Cannabis Safety and Security Plan is part of what’s required to fulfill the requirements for the Conditional License. It covers the following topics:

  • Security Personnel and Contractors – Qualifications and Job Requirements
  • Alarm and Video Surveillance Systems
  • Visitor and Employee Access Control

..and every other item required by section NJAC § 17:30-9.10 (Page 93).

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All applicants for New Jersey cannabis licenses will be required to submit, as part of their Conditional Conversion Application, a Safety and Security Plan that conforms with NJAC § 17:30-9.10 (Page 93)

We have created a 10-page Safety and Security Plan that includes all of what’s required by NJ law for the Security component of the Condition Conversion licensing phase, and contains applicable policy citations from the NJ Adult-use law and cannabis regulations. It contains the following:

(c)(ii.1) plans for the use of security personnel, including contractors;

(c)(ii.2) the experience or qualifications of security personnel and proposed contractors;

(c)(ii.3) security and surveillance features, including descriptions of any alarm systems, video surveillance systems, and access and visitor management systems, along with drawings identifying the proposed locations for surveillance cameras and other security features;

..plus all of the items discussed in NJAC § 17:30-9.10 (Page 93). 

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For the annual license, a lot more is needed, and we will post that document in a few days, once we have it completed. The annual license requirement for Safety and Security includes all of the following requirements:

(c)(ii) A summary of the applicant’s safety and security plans and procedures, which shall include descriptions of the following:

(c)(ii.1) plans for the use of security personnel, including contractors;

(c)(ii.2) the experience or qualifications of security personnel and proposed contractors;

(c)(ii.3) security and surveillance features, including descriptions of any alarm systems, video surveillance systems, and access and visitor management systems, along with drawings identifying the proposed locations for surveillance cameras and other security features;

..and the items required from N.J.S.A. 24:6I-36 (page 58) which are:

(c)(ii.4) plans for the storage of cannabis and cannabis items, including any safes, vaults, and climate control systems that will be utilized for this purpose;

(c)(ii.5) a diversion prevention plan;

(c)(ii.6) an emergency management plan (aka “Safety procedures, including a disaster plan with procedures to be followed in case of fire or other emergencies, and personal safety and crime prevention techniques”);

(c)(ii.7) procedures for screening, monitoring, and performing criminal history record background checks of employees;

(c)(ii.8) cybersecurity procedures;

(c)(ii.9) workplace safety plans and the applicant’s familiarity with federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations;

(c)(ii.10) the applicant’s history of workers’ compensation claims and safety assessments;

(c)(ii.11) procedures for reporting adverse events; and

(c)(ii.12) a sanitation practices plan.

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