A medical cannabis manufacturer must install and maintain a professionally monitored security alarm system that provides intrusion and fire detection of all:
facility entrances and exits;
rooms with exterior windows;
rooms with exterior walls;
For purposes of this part, a security alarm system means a device or series of devices that summons law enforcement personnel during, or as a result of, an alarm condition. Devices may include:
hardwired systems and systems interconnected with a radio frequency method such as cellular or private radio signals that emit or transmit a remote or local audio, visual, or electronic signal;
a duress alarm;
a panic alarm;
a holdup alarm;
an automatic voice dialer; and
a failure notification system that provides an audio, text, or visual notification of any failure in the surveillance system.
A manufacturer's security alarm system and all devices must continue to operate during a power outage.
The commissioner must have the ability to access a medical cannabis manufacturer's security alarm system.
The manufacturer's security alarm system must be inspected and all devices tested annually by a qualified alarm vendor.
39 SR 1080
February 20, 2015
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