Transportation and Delivery of Marijuana Items
(1)Marijuana items transferred by licensees.
(a)Marijuana items transferred between licensed premises may only be transported by:
(A)A licensee or licensee representative of the originating or receiving license; or
(B)A wholesale licensee or wholesale licensee representative on behalf of the originating or receiving licensee.
(b)Marijuana items transferred by a licensee to a PRMG or to the residence of a registry identification cardholder or designated primary caregiver may only be transported by the originating licensee or a licensee representative of the originating licensee.
(c)Samples of marijuana items that are obtained by a laboratory licensee pursuant to OAR 333-007-0360 (Sampling and Sample Size Requirements for Compliance Testing) may only be transported by the laboratory licensee or a laboratory licensee representative of the receiving laboratory.
(2)Physical transport requirements for licensees.
(a)An individual authorized to transport marijuana items on behalf of a licensee or laboratory licensee must have a valid Driver License.
(b)A licensee or laboratory licensee must:
(A)Store marijuana items in the delivery vehicle within a locked, secured area, shielded from view from the exterior of the vehicle;
(B)When transporting perishable marijuana items, provide appropriate temperature control within the transport vehicle;
(C)Use a delivery vehicle that is equipped with an alarm system and is insured at or above the legal requirements in Oregon;
(D)Deliver marijuana items to all destinations and return any remaining marijuana items to the origin premises within 60 hours of original departure;
(E)Document all overnight stops in the planned route of the manifest and include the address, estimated arrival time at, and estimated departure time from the location of each overnight stop;
(F)Package all marijuana items for transport in shipping containers and assign and affix a UID tag to all receptacles containing marijuana items as required by these rules;
(G)Provide a copy of the manifest to each location receiving the inventory described on the manifest, but may prepare a separate CTS manifest for each receiving location in order to maintain transaction confidentiality;
(H)Contact the Commission immediately, or as soon as possible under the circumstances, if a vehicle transporting marijuana items is involved in any accident or other situation involving product loss;
(I)Travel directly from the originating location to the destination location as described in the manifest route;
(J)Notify the Commission in advance of every stop at an unlicensed location that exceeds two hours in duration and is not already listed in the manifest route; and
(K)Immediately make the vehicle and its contents available for inspection upon the Commission’s request if the delivery vehicle is stopped at an unlicensed location.
(c)A licensee or laboratory licensee may not:
(A)Make any unnecessary stops in between the originating and destination locations except to other licensed premises receiving inventory as described on the manifest;
(B)Remove the marijuana items from the vehicle until they arrive at the destination recorded in the manifest. Licensees or laboratory licensees may not transfer marijuana items to, nor store marijuana items in a hotel or any other unlicensed premises;
(C)Except as allowed in (8) of this section, void or change a manifest after departing the originating premises; or
(D)Travel with any persons not listed on the manifest.
(3)CTS Manifest General Requirements.
(a)Prior to removing a marijuana item from the originating location for the purposes of transport or delivery, the originating licensee, laboratory licensee, grow site administrator, medical marijuana processing site, or medical marijuana dispensary must use CTS to generate a printed transport manifest containing the following information:
(A)The originating location’s license number and address as it appears in CTS;
(B)The destination location’s license number and address as it appears in CTS;
(C)The UID, product name, and quantity (by weight or unit as applicable) of each marijuana item;
(D)The actual date and estimated time of departure;
(E)A written description of the route that will be used to get to each location;
(F)The arrival date and estimated time of arrival or completion of delivery;
(G)The delivery vehicle make, model, and license plate number; and
(H)The name, contact information, and signature of the individual accompanying the transport.
(b)A physical, printed copy of the generated manifest must accompany every transport of marijuana items.
(c)An originating licensee transporting marijuana items to a retailer licensee must generate a manifest at least 24 hours in advance of initiating transport, if the marijuana items being transported exceed:
(A)25 pounds of usable marijuana;
(B)One pound of cannabinoid concentrate or extract; or
(C)1,000 units of sale of any individual cannabinoid product.
(d)Notwithstanding (3)(b) of this rule, a manifest is not required for a sales transaction or transfer of marijuana to a consumer, patient, or caregiver when the physical transfer of the marijuana occurs at the premises of a licensed retailer or at a medical marijuana dispensary.
(4)CTS Manifest Requirements for Transports to Consumers. When transporting marijuana items to a consumer as allowed by these rules, the manifest must include:
(a)The information required on the manifest by section (3)(a) of this rule, except for a destination location license number;
(b)The name of the individual receiving the marijuana item;
(c)The address of the destination; and
(d)All information for the manifest required under OAR 845-025-2880 (Delivery of Marijuana Items by Retailer).
(5)CTS Manifest Requirements for Transfers to PRMGs, Registry Identification Cardholders, or Designated Primary Caregivers.
(a)Prior to transferring marijuana items to a PRMG, registry identification cardholder, or designated primary caregiver, a licensee, grow site administrator, medical marijuana processing site, or medical marijuana dispensary must use CTS to generate a printed transport manifest containing:
(A)The information required on a manifest by section (3)(a) of this rule, except for a destination location license number;
(B)The name of the individual receiving the marijuana item;
(C)The address of the destination, if the delivery is not completed at the originating location;
(D)If delivered to a registry identification cardholder, the registry identification card number;
(E)If delivered to a designated primary caregiver on behalf of a patient, designated primary caregiver identification card; and
(F)If delivered to a PRMG, the marijuana grower and grow site registration card number of the PRMG.
(b)A licensee, grow site administrator, medical marijuana processing site, or medical marijuana dispensary transporting marijuana to individuals or locations not in CTS must record whether each marijuana item was accepted by the recipient or rejected and returned to the originating location inventory, and if accepted, record the transport as complete in CTS.
(6)CTS Requirements when Receiving from Locations in CTS. Upon receipt of a delivery of marijuana items, the receiving licensee, laboratory licensee, grow site administrator, medical marijuana processing site, or medical marijuana dispensary must:
(a)Record each applicable UID as accepted and received or rejected in CTS as applicable;
(b)Verify the marijuana items received are as described on the manifest and record receipt of the marijuana items in CTS if accepted; and
(c)Separately and for each UID, document any differences between the quantities specified on the manifest and the quantities received in CTS.
(7)CTS Requirements when Receiving from Locations Not in CTS. When receiving marijuana items from a source not subject to CTS tracking but otherwise allowed by these rules or OAR Chapter 333 Division 8, a licensee, grow site administrator, medical marijuana processing site, or medical marijuana dispensary must:
(a)Use CTS to record an incoming manifest including the registry identification card number, designated primary caregiver identification card number, or grow site registration card number, as applicable;
(b)Assign and affix a UID tag to each quantity of marijuana items received;
(c)Use CTS to record the incoming transport no later than the time of daily inventory reconciliation as required by these rules; and
(d)Verify the marijuana items received are as described on the manifest and record receipt of the marijuana items in CTS.
(8)Licensee Transport of Marijuana to Intermediary Stops. A licensee may remove marijuana items from a manifest after departing from the originating premises if:
(a)The route of the original manifest lists the trade name, license number, address, and estimated arrival time for each licensed premises that will be visited as an intermediary stop;
(b)All marijuana items in the vehicle are included on a CTS manifest at the time of departure from the originating premises;
(c)Marijuana items that are removed from the original manifest at an intermediary stop are immediately added to a new CTS manifest. The destination license on the new manifest must be listed on the original manifest route as an intermediary stop;
(d)Changes to the original manifest under (8)(c) of this rule are only made while the marijuana items subject to the change are physically located within the licensed premises of the intermediary stop to which they are being transferred; and
(e)The amount of marijuana items being transported in the vehicle does not exceed:
(A)25 pounds of usable marijuana;
(B)One pound of concentrate or extract; or
(C)1,000 units of sale of any individual cannabinoid product.
Rule 845-025-7700 — Transportation and Delivery of Marijuana Items,