Cannabis Regulation Posters

to help your business stay 100% compliant

In order to further assist California cannabis businesses in maintaining regulatory compliance, we have put together posters for each of the three former state-wide cannabis regulatory bodies, with a full-list of compliance deadlines and triggers:

  • Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC)
  • CalCannabis Cultivation Licensing, CDFA
  • Manufactured Cannabis Safety Branch, CDPH

On July 13, 2021, California’s three state cannabis licensing authorities – the Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC), CDFA’s CalCannabis Cultivation Licensing, and CDPH’s Manufactured Cannabis Safety Branch – consolidated to form the Department of Cannabis Control (the “DCC” or “Department”).


With the creation of a single point-of-contact, the DCC has begun the process of streamlining licensing and regulations. The Office of Administrative Law (OAL) has approved the Department’s action to move the commercial cannabis regulations of the BCC, the California Department of Food and Agriculture, and the Department of Public Health into one central location in the California Code of Regulations (CCR). 

While the text of the regulations in these posters remains unchanged as of now, the cited sections have changed. The consolidated regulations can now be found at CCR, title 4, division 19, sections 15000 through 17999.

 

You can now download these posters digitally for instant access, and also request complimentary physical versions of these compliance posters (22″ x 28″) to be mailed directly to you.

While the digital posters can be downloaded and saved on your computer or bookmarked in your browser for quick access, the physical posters are meant to be hung in your facilities for easy reference by you and your team.

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