Our Education Commitment Is Exhibited By Accreditations & Rigorous Curricula Review By Gov't Compliance Regulators

We'll Train Your Team + Document Compliance Records = Turn-Key Responsible Vendor Training That Makes Government Regulations SIMPLE & Ensure You're Always In-Compliance

Made For: Product Manufacturing Agent Cannabis Lab Technician Quality Assurance Expert Cannabis Logistics Manager Production Cannabis Manufacturer Delivery Transportant Agent Cannabis Processing Agent Extraction Technician Lead Cannabis Executive Chef Quality Control Manager Cannabis Kitchen Supervisor Product Packaging Technician

Responsible Vendor Training

Our Acclaimed Status As "The Most Accredited" Responsible Vendor Training (RVT) Provider Exhibits Our Educational Commitment That'll Ensure Full Cannabis Compliance With Government Requirements.
Marijuana Handler Permit Training
Alaska Alcohol & Marijuana Control Board (AMCO)
Authorized: AMCO-Approved
General Employee & Management Team
Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission (AMCC)
MCC Authorized: PENDING
Responsible Vendor Training
Colorado Marijuana Enforcement Division (MED)
MED Authorized: #RV-00034
Responsible Vendor Training
Illinois Department of Financial & Professional Regulation (IDFPR)
Authorized: IDFPR-Approved
Responsible Vendor Training
Maryland Cannabis Administration (MCA)
MCA Authorized: #0124-001
Responsible Vendor Training
Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission (CCC)
MCC Authorized: #DCC462233
Cannabis Worker Certification
Mississippi Department of Revenue (MDOR)
Authorized: MDOR-Approved
Responsible Vendor Training
New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission (CRC)
CRC Authorized: PENDING
Cannabis Server Permit Training
New Mexico Cannabis Control Division (CCD)
CCD Authorized: PENDING
Responsible Vendor Training
New York Office of Cannabis Management (OCM)
OCM Authorized: PENDING
Foundational Dispensary Training
Ohio Board of Pharmacy (BOP)
BOP Authorized: PENDING
Cannabis Worker Certification
Utah Department of Food & Agriculture (UDAF)
Authorized: UDAF-Approved
Responsible Vendor Training
Vermont Cannabis Control Board (CCB)
Authorized: CCB-Approved
Responsible Vendor Training
Virgin Islands Office of Cannabis Regulation (OCR)
OCR Authorized: PENDING
Medical Cannabis Consultant
Washington Department of Health (DOH)
Authorized: DOH-Approved
Medical Cannabis Certification
Washington D.C. Alcoholic Beverage & Cannabis Administration (ABCA)
Authorized: ABCA-Approved
Cannabis Worker Certification
West Virginia Office of Medical Cannabis (OMC)
Authorized: OMC-Approved

Workplace Compliance

Our Cannabis-Specific Compliance Programs Establish "Benchmarked Excellence" In Your Workplace That's Tailored Specifically For Each States' Cannabis Industry & Adheres With All Workforce & Government Requirements.

30-Hour Cal/OSHA Training
California Department of Industrial Relations (DIA)
California Business & Professions Code (Section 26051.5)
Facility Employee Training
Michigan Cannabis Regulatory Agency (CRA)
Employees Training Requirements (R 420.602)
Facility Employee Training
Missouri Division of Cannabis Regulation (DCR)
Employee Training Requirements (19 CSR 100-1.080)
10/30-Hour OSHA Training
Nevada Department of Business & Industry (DBI)
Occupational Safety Training (SB122 - Section 11)
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training
Washington Department of Health (DOH)
Consultant Certificate Requirements (WAC 246-72-020)
General Employee Training
Vermont Cannabis Control Board (CCB)
Employment & Training Requirements (Rule 2 - 2.2.5)
Harassment & Bystander Compliance

All teams receive FREE enrollments into our "Workplace Harassment & Bystander Intervention Program" that'll deliver your BIZ a "universal" workplace compliance solution that's a "turn-key solution" to meet every states' varying legal requirements.

Workplace harassment laws are state-level, meaning compliance requirements for employers differ based on the locations of their teams.

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) reports the people who experience sexual harassment in the workplace (up to 94%*) do not report it, so employers need to do all they can to protect their people & their reputation.

Workplace Requirements

REQUIRED STATE-WIDE

Effective Date: January 1, 2019

Employers Affected: Employers with five or more employees, including temporary or seasonal workers.

Legal Requirements: Employers must provide at least two hours of sexual harassment training to all employees with supervisor duties and at least one (1) hour of training to all employees without supervisor duties by January 1, 2020 and once every two (2) years after that.

"ENCOURAGED" STATE-WIDE

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REQUIRED STATE-WIDE

Effective Date: October 1, 2019

Employers Affected: Employers with three or more employees

Legal Requirements: Employers must provide at least two hours of training to all employees within six months of hiring.

REQUIRED STATE-WIDE

Effective Date: January 1, 2019

Employers Affected: Employers with 50 or more employees.

Legal Requirements: Employers must train new employees within a year of their start date and every two years after that.

REQUIRED STATE-WIDE

Effective Date: January 1, 2020

Employers Affected: Employers with 15 or more employees.

Legal Requirements: Employers must provide sexual harassment training at least once per year. They can use the model sexual harassment prevention training developed by the Illinois Department of Human Rights or develop their own sexual harassment prevention training program, so long as it complies with the Illinois Human Rights Act.

REQUIRED STATE-WIDE

Effective Date: November 1, 2017

Employers Affected: Employers with 15 or more employees

Legal Requirements: Employers must use a checklist developed by the Maine Department of Labor to create the sexual harassment training program they will use. Every employee must be trained within one year of their start date.

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REQUIRED STATE-WIDE

Effective Date: April 12, 2018

Employers Affected: All employers.

State Requirements: Employers must provide employees with annual, interactive sexual harassment training. The training needs to include an explanation of sexual harassment, examples of conduct that amounts to sexual harassment, and the ways employees can report sexual harassment.

REQUIRED NEW YORK CITY

Effective Date: April 1, 2019

Employers Affected: Employers with more than 15 employees.

New York City: Employers must train every employee within 90 days of their hiring. The training must include an explanation of sexual harassment, the employer's complaint process, bystander intervention, and the responsibilities of supervisors and managers.

"ENCOURAGED" STATE-WIDE

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REQUIRED STATE-WIDE

Effective Date: January 1, 2020

Employers Affected: Employers in certain industries, like hotels, motels, retail corporations, security guard entities, and property service contractors.

Legal Requirements: Employers must provide qualifying employees with a specified list of assault and harassment prevention resources and a panic button, and must meet the record keeping requirements.

REQUIRED STATE-WIDE

Effective Date: October 30, 2020

Employers Affected: Employers that have tipped employees.

Legal Requirements: Employers must provide sexual harassment training to all employees within 90 days of hiring.

***Four (4) states - Colorado, Massachusetts, Rhode Island & Vermont - do “encourage training”, but do NOT require it yet cannabis employers rely on these compliance programs to help with any potential legal defenses if they ever get sued by an employee.=.
"Universal" Workplace Harassment Programs
Movements Like #MeToo Are Empowering People In The Workplace & Recent Studies Have Shown That Cannabis Industry Workers Experience Harassment HIGHER Than Other Industries.

Employee Harassment Training

Training Time: 1-Hour Program

Training Overview

Employee harassment training is a process that educates appropriate workplace behaviors that'll EMPOWER teams with knowledge to address any potentially offensive actions.

Supervisor Prevention Training

Training Time: 2-Hour Program

Training Overview

Supervisor intervention is engineered to meet the requirements every legal jurisdiction & operations rely on this training to help with critical legal DEFENSE under state & federal law.

Workplace Bystander Intervention

Training Time: 1-Hour (Optional)

Training Overview

Bystander Intervention is recognizing a potentially harmful situation or BAD interaction & choosing to respond in a way that could positively influence the outcome.
Platform Roadmap​

Great Solutions Require Community Collaboration To Have Impacting Results so Our Platform Roadmap Showcases New Features That We'll Implement via "Ideas" You'll Add & Ones Most-Voted.

Accreditations & Authorizations

Our "Claim-to-Fame" Is Being The Most Accredited (or Authorized) Training Provider In The Industry To ENSURE What We Do Actually Meets ALL Those Never-Ending Regulator Requirements.

International Standards

Steering International Standards, Our Compliance Training Showcases "Global Excellence", Meticulously Designed For The Cannabis Industry, Guaranteeing Your Workforce's Unwavering Regulatory Compliance.

Cannabis Product Handler

ANAB/ANSI National Accreditation Board

ANAB Authorized: PENDING

Occupational Safety and Health Administration
OSHA General Industry Training

Occupational Safety & Health Administration

OSHA Authorized: 10/30-Hour Trainer

Worker Protection Standard

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Agency Authorized: PENDING

Food Handler Course

Food & Drug Administration (FDA)

State Authorized: IDFPR-Approved