c) built to conform to recognized and generally accepted good engineering practices, such as:
i) the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME);
ii) American National Standards Institute (ANSI);
iii) Underwriters Laboratories (UL); or
iv) The American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM).
6) The certification document shall contain the signature and stamp of the certifying professional engineer and the serial number of the extraction unit being certified.
7) A cannabis processing facility shall use food grade ingredients to create cannabis derivative product.
8) A cannabis processing facility may use heat, screens, presses, steam distillation, ice water, and other mechanical methods which do not employ solvents or gases.
9) A cannabis processing facility shall ensure each solvent, with the exception of CO2, is extracted in a manner to recapture the solvent and ensure that it is not vented into the atmosphere.
10) A cannabis establishment agent using solvents or gases in a closed loop system shall be fully trained in the use of the system and have direct access to applicable material safety data sheets.
11) Parts per million for one gram of finished extract cannot exceed residual solvent or gas levels provided in Rule R68-29.
R68-28-6. Security Requirements.
1) At a minimum, each cannabis processing facility shall have a security alarm system on each perimeter entry point and perimeter window.
2) At a minimum, a licensed cannabis processing facility shall have a complete video surveillance system:
a) with minimum camera resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels or pixel equivalent for analog; and
b) that retains footage for at least 45 days.
3) each camera shall be fixed and placement shall allow for the clear and certain identification of any person and activities in controlled areas.
4) Controlled areas included:
a) any entrances and exits, or ingress and egress vantage points;
b) any areas where cannabis or cannabis products are stored;
c) any areas where cannabis or cannabis products are extracted;
d) any areas where cannabis or cannabis products are manufactured, packaged, or labeled; and
e) any areas where cannabis waste is being moved, processed, stored or destroyed.
5) Each camera shall record continuously.
6) For locally stored footage, the surveillance system storage device shall be secured in the facility in a lockbox, cabinet, closet, or secured in another manner to protect from employee tampering or theft.
7) For footage stored on a remote server, access shall be restricted to protect from employee tampering.
8) Any gate or entry point must have lighting sufficient to record activity occurring in low light conditions.
9) Each visitor to a cannabis processing facility shall be required to display an identification badge issued by the facility while on the premises.
10) At all times, visitors shall be escorted by a cannabis processing facility agent.
11) A cannabis processing facility shall keep and maintain a visitors log showing:
a) the full name of each visitor entering the facility;
b) the time of arrival;
c) the time of departure; and
d) the purpose of the visit.
12) The cannabis processing facility shall keep the visitors log for a minimum of one year.
13) The cannabis processing facility shall make the visitor log available to the department upon request.
R68-28-7. Inventory Control.
1) Each batch or lot of cannabis, cannabis derivative product, cannabis product, test sample, or cannabis waste shall have a unique identifier in the inventory control system.
2) Each batch or lot of cannabis, cannabis derivative product, cannabis product, sample, or cannabis waste shall be traceable to the lot.
3) Unique identification numbers may not be reused.
4) Each batch, lot, or sample of cannabis shall have a unique identification number that is displayed on a physical tag.
5) The tag shall be legible and placed in a position that can be clearly read.
6) The following shall be reconciled in the inventory control system at the close of each business each day:
a) date and time material containing cannabis are being transported to a cannabis production establishment or medical cannabis pharmacy;
b) each sample used for testing and the test results;
c) a complete inventory of material containing cannabis;
d) cannabis product by unit count;
e) weight per unit of product;