Oregon Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division

Rule Rule 333-064-0110
Reporting Marijuana Test Results


(1) For purposes of this rule the definitions in OAR 333-007-0310 (Definitions) apply unless the context indicates otherwise.
(2) A test report must clearly identify for the licensee or registrant:
(a) Whether a sample has exceeded an action limit for an analyte in OAR 333-007-0400 (Standards for Pesticides Compliance Testing) and 333-007-0410 (Standards for Solvents Compliance Testing), Exhibit A, Tables 3 or 4, or has otherwise failed a test as described in OAR 333-007-0300 (Marijuana Testing: Purpose and Effective Date) to 333-007-0500 (Quality Control and Research and Development Testing).
(b) A “detected” pesticide result as required in section (6) of this rule.
(c) The batch unique identification number required under OAR 333-007-0350 (Batch Requirements for Compliance Testing) and the test batch number associated with the samples tested, as required by OAR 333-064-0100 (Marijuana Item Sampling Procedures and Testing).
(d) Identification of the test as a compliance test or a quality control or research and development test.
(e) If applicable, a statement that the test was done on a sample from a remediated marijuana item.
(3) Within 24 hours of completion of the laboratory’s data review and approval procedures a laboratory must report all failed tests for testing required under OAR 333-007-0300 (Marijuana Testing: Purpose and Effective Date) to 333-007-0500 (Quality Control and Research and Development Testing) except for failed water activity, whether or not the lab is reanalyzing the sample under OAR 333-007-0450 (Failed Test Samples):
(a) Into the Commission’s seed to sale tracking system if performing testing for a licensee or a registrant who is subject to CTS tracking under OAR chapter 333, division 8; and
(b) To the Authority electronically at www.healthoregon.org/ommp if performing testing for a registrant, along with a copy of the test order information required in OAR 333-007-0315 (Ordering Tests), regardless of whether the laboratory is also reporting into CTS on behalf of a registrant that is subject to CTS tracking under OAR chapter 333, division 8.
(c) If the laboratory discovers that an error has occurred after reporting, an amended report shall be generated and communicated to the licensee or registrant, the Commission for licensees, and the Authority for registrants. The laboratory shall ensure that results entered into the CTS are accurate and updated if necessary to reflect the amended report. The laboratory shall ensure that the amended report, communication, and updates to CTS as described in this rule are completed within 48 hours of learning of the error.
(4) The laboratory must report all test results required under OAR 333-007-0300 (Marijuana Testing: Purpose and Effective Date) to 333-007-0500 (Quality Control and Research and Development Testing) that have not been reported under section (3) of this rule into the Commission’s seed to sale tracking system if performing testing for a licensee or a registrant who is subject to CTS tracking under OAR chapter 333, division 8.
(5) A laboratory must determine and include on each test report its limit of quantification (LOQ) and action level for each analyte listed in OAR 333-007-0400 (Standards for Pesticides Compliance Testing) Table 3 and 333-007-0410 (Standards for Solvents Compliance Testing) Table 4.
(6) When reporting pesticide testing results the laboratory must include in the report any target compound that falls below the LOQ that has a signal to noise ratio of greater than 5:1 and meets identification criteria with a result of “detected.” This additional reporting is not required if the laboratory’s LOQ is less than or equal to one half of the action level in Table 3.
(7) A laboratory must include in a test report the results of all associated batch quality control samples, with the date of analysis of the quality control samples and the acceptance limits used to determine acceptability.
(a) Batch quality control samples are the method blank and laboratory control sample.
(b) The report must clearly show the association to the client samples in the report by listing the batch identification numbers.
(8) A laboratory that is reporting failed test results to the Commission or the Authority in accordance with section (3) of this rule must report the failed test at the same time or before reporting to the licensee or registrant.
(9) If requested by the Authority, a laboratory must report sampling and testing information to the Authority, in a manner prescribed by the Authority.
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