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DHSS: Infusion Manufacturing Draft Rules Facility


Title 19 – DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND SENIOR SERVICES Division 30 – Division of Regulation and Licensure Chapter 95 – Medical Marijuana


Key Issues:

  1. Limits

  2. Manufacturing

  3. Training

  4. Sanitation

19 CSR 30-95.060 Infused Products Manufacturing Facility


Purpose: Under Article XIV of the Missouri Constitution, the Department of Health and Senior Services has the authority to regulate and control Medical Marijuana Facilities. This rule explains what regulations apply only to Infused Products Manufacturing Facilities.


(1) Infused Products Manufacturing Facility Licenses.


(A) The number of manufacturing facility licenses will be limited to eighty-six (86) unless the department determines the limit must be increased in order to meet the demand for medical marijuana by qualifying patients.


(B) A facility license will be issued for a single facility in a single location. Combinations of licenses at the same location must be approved pursuant to 19 CSR 30-95.040(3)(C).


(2) Manufacturing Facility Requirements.


In addition to the requirements for manufacturing facilities in 19 CSR 30-95.040, manufacturing facilities shall also comply with the following.


(A) Facilities must ensure all facility employees are trained in at least the following.


1. The use of security measures and controls that have been adopted by the facility for the prevention of diversion, inversion, theft, or loss of marijuana;


2. Procedures for responding to an emergency, including severe weather, fire, natural disasters, and unauthorized intrusions;


3. The differences between the types of infused products manufactured at that facility and their methods of production; and


4. The facility’s safety and sanitation procedures.


(B) Facilities must develop, implement, and maintain an odor control plan, which shall address odor mitigation practices including, but not limited to, engineering controls, such as system design and operational processes, which shall be reviewed and certified by a professional engineer or a certified industrial hygienist as sufficient to effectively mitigate odors for all odor sources.


(C) Manufacturing facilities shall not transfer medical marijuana from the facility, except to a testing facility, until the medical marijuana has been tested by a testing facility, according to the provisions of 19 CSR 30-95.070, and the manufacturing facility has received verification from the testing facility that the medical marijuana passed all required testing.


(D) Manufacturing facilities that produce ingestible medical marijuana-infused products shall comply with the applicable food safety standards set forth in 19 CSR 20-1.025, 1.040, and 1.050, as applicable.


Such facilities are prohibited from producing frozen desserts, as defined by 19 CSR 20-1.030, or acidified foods, as defined by 19 CSR 20-1.042.






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