Oregon Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division

Rule Rule 333-007-0300
Marijuana Testing: Purpose and Effective Date


(1) The purpose of these rules is to establish the minimum compliance testing standards for marijuana items. These rules are applicable to:
(a) A licensee; and
(b) A registrant who is not exempt from the testing requirements.
(2) The testing requirements do not apply to:
(a) A grower if the person is transferring usable marijuana or an immature marijuana plant to:
(A) A patient who designated the grower to grow marijuana for the patient; or
(B) A designated primary caregiver or an organization or facility caregiver of the patient who designated the grower to grow marijuana for the patient; or
(b) A designated primary caregiver or an organization or facility caregiver of a patient if the caregiver is transferring a marijuana item to a patient of the designated primary caregiver or organization or facility caregiver.
(c) Immature plants or seeds.
(3) A person registered with the Authority under ORS 475B.785 (Findings) to 475B.828 (Marijuana grow site security systems) who is subject to these rules may not:
(a) Transfer a marijuana item that is not sampled and tested in accordance with these rules; or
(b) Accept the transfer of a marijuana item that is not sampled and tested in accordance with these rules.
(4) A person licensed by the Commission must comply with these rules at all times.
(5) If a registrant, who is exempt from the testing requirements, chooses to have a marijuana item tested for pesticides, the requirements of OAR 333-007-0450 (Failed Test Samples) and 333-007-0500 (Quality Control and Research and Development Testing) still apply.
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Jun. 8, 2021