"Workplace Safety in the Cannabis Industry" | 3C





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Published on Mar 8, 2017

Workplace safety in the cannabis industry should be a top priority. People who work behind the scenes in the growing cannabis industry are often being exposed to unregulated and extremely unsafe working conditions. It's beyond just being unsafe, it's a human rights violation.

One way to ensure workplace safety in the cannabis industry is for business owners to be prepared for (and avoid) safety hazards such as: inadequate air flow, exposure to toxic pesticides during application, mixing of chemical fertilizers without protective goggles, unlabeled bamboo stakes, flammable solvents and loose CO2 canisters.

If you are planning on running your marijuana production facility for the long term in the cannabis industry, you must create a safe workplace for your workers, provide your employees with adequate safety training and create products that are safe for consumers.

3C's CEO Nic Easley highlights these important points about workplace safety in the cannabis industry along with other helpful information in this video.

If you would like your facility to be on the cutting edge of workplace safety in the cannabis industry, check out ASA's Patient Focused Certification program here - http://patientfocusedcertification.org

Please contact 3C with any questions or to schedule a free consultation at: info@3ccannabis.com

Nic Easley, Founder and CEO of Comprehensive Cannabis Consulting (3C), has helped more than 100 clients design, start, build, and optimize their commercial cannabis cultivation operations.

3C has helped over one hundred cannabis businesses in the U.S. and abroad to maximize ROI, profitability and shareholder value while maintaining the highest standards of workplace safety and compliance. 3C strongly believes in socially and environmentally responsible business practices.

Nic’s thought leadership is reflected in his many speeches and keynotes at multiple cannabis business conferences worldwide. He has been quoted by major media outlets, and he contributes to numerous cannabis industry publications including The Cannabis Business Times, MJ Biz Daily and The Hemp Connoisseur (THC).

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For additional information on workplace safety in the cannabis industry check out the resources below:


Too Many Cannabis Industry Employees Impaired At Work - Forbes
Apr 3, 2018 - It is a predicament that stems from a lack of attention to the implementation and enforcement of workplace safety regulations in the cannabis industry, the study finds.

Cannabis Industry Safety & Health - Washington State

All employers, including those who grow/produce, process, and sell marijuana products, must provide a safe workplace for their employees. A safe workplace begins with the employer developing and implementing an occupational safety and health program that includes the following: Hazard identification and correction.
Cannabis industry workers need better safety training:



Marijuana occupational safety and health | Department of Public ...
This guide is intended to help assist employers in the marijuana industry build occupational safety and health programs.

Workplace Safety in the Cannabis Industry | KHSU
Nov 29, 2017 - The Humboldt Institute for Interdisciplinary Marijuana Research. Schenker argues there is an urgent need for health and safety guidelines for workers as legalization approaches.


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