Sanitation and Testing Requirements for Cannabis Production, May 28, 2022

Sanitation and Testing Requirements for Cannabis Production, May 28, 2022

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1 Day Cannabis Certificate Program conducted by NACPT Pharma College, the first Cannabis Diploma provider in Canada!

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  • Time: 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM
  • Duration: 1 Day
  • Level of Training: Beginner | Intermediate | Expert
  • Mode of Delivery: Live, Interactive and Instructor-led Webinar


This program helps develop sanitation procedures for cannabis facilities, equipment and personnel, records, pest controls, training programs, inspection, and investigation for medical cannabis facilities and equipment.

All key personnel, including QAP and RP, must learn the importance of quality control systems and cannabis product testing requirements (including starter materials, in-process, bulk, stability, and finish products) to evaluate the quality of the cannabis products for release or rejection. The QAP and RP also evaluate the CofAs and take appropriate corrective actions and preventive measures.

This training program provides a step-by-step guide to all aspects of quality control requirements for companies with relevant case studies.


*Register for 3 webinars at NACPT and get any available 1 – day certificate training for free.

*Please note that the certificate of completion will be issued at the end of training.


Given below are the main modules the program will cover:

Module 1

  • Cannabis regulatory sanitation requirements
  • Expectation and current guidance
  • Objectives of Cleaning and Sanitation
  • Approved list of detergents and sanitizers

Module 2

  • Cleaning and Sanitation Program for production
  • Cleaning and Sanitation Procedure (SOP) for storage
  • Cleaning and Sanitation Procedure (SOP) for extraction

Module 3

  • Self-Inspection Procedure
  • Cleaning and Sanitation Records
  • Cleaning and Sanitation Verification

Module 4

  • Deviation, Out of Specification and CAPA
  • Training of personnel and record-keeping
  • Cleaning validation requirements
  • Cleaning validation approaches for better performance

Module 5

  • Pest Control
  • Management
  • Case study
  • Analytical Testing Requirements
  • Biological Testing Requirements
  • Physical Testing Requirements
  • Stability Studies
  • Shelf-life establishments
  • Mandatory Testing Requirements
  • Non-mandatory Testing Requirements

Module 6

  • Testing Specification
  • Appropriate Testing Instrument and Software Systems
  • Certificate of Analysis
  • Method Development
  • Method Validation

Module 7

  • Out of Specification Result (OOS)
  • Out of Trent (OOT)
  • Outsourcing and Quality Standards
  • Training Requirements
  • Human Resources documents
  • Packaging, Labeling and Shipping
  • Case Study


After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Able to understand the regulatory requirement for cannabis sanitation and quality control programs
  • Able to determine the testing requirements on various cannabis products
  • Develop and implement effective quality control systems
  • Able to evaluate the testing results for product release
  • Develop and implement effective sanitation programs
  • Develop and figure out validation plans and approaches for better performance


This program will help you acquire skills majorly for the following positions in the cannabis industry:

  • Cultivation Technician
  • Validation Assistant
  • Validation Specialists
  • Validation Scientist
  • Validation Engineers


This program should be attended by anyone who wants to join the cannabis space or the following industry experts for skill enhancement:

Cannabis Production and Distribution

  • Responsible Person (RP)
  • Greenhouse Manager
  • Master Grower

Regulatory Compliance

  • License Producer/Consultant
  • Quality Assurance Person (QAP)


  • Public Health Professionals
  • Economic Development Professionals
  • External Testing Labs

Quality Control and Quality Assurance

  • Quality Control (QC) Manager
  • Qualified Person in Charge (QPIC)
  • Alternative Quality Person in Charge (AQPIC)
  • Technical Writer

Research and Development (R&D), Analytical Development (AD)

  • Technician
  • Technologist
  • Analyst
  • Scientist
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