As of October 2018, the Cannabis Act will require that facilities possess an Analytical Testing License in order to legally test and assess the quality of cannabis products that are otherwise prepared for distribution.
To confirm the purity and potency of all medicinal and recreational cannabis allotted for sale, the products must be put through an extremely rigorous chemical and microbiological testing process. Facilities with an Analytical Testing License will be able to work closely with other licensed cannabis operations in need of these services, such as companies that focus on cultivation and processing. Those who obtain this license can legally hold and alter small amounts of cannabis and cannabis derivatives. Due to the low quantity of product that facilities are allowed to have on-site at any given time, necessary security measures are lighter than those required for, say, a Cultivation License. Ultimately, the Head of Laboratory is responsible for ensuring that the analyses they oversee are entirely faultless.
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