Medical Cannabis Training in Frederick Educates Regulators and Cannabis Industry Leaders on Industry Standards, Safety
October 25, 2016 | Geoff Marshall
FREDERICK, MARYLAND — Starting on Monday, November 7th and running through November 10th, industry experts from Americans for Safe Access (ASA) will hold a training program for medical cannabis growers, manufacturers, retailers and regulators to educate them on the many components of the medical cannabis industry. The training will be held on-site at the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation in Frederick, MD, and for the first time, include remote training options for those who want to take the training but can not travel to Frederick.
Read more here: http://patientfocusedcertification.org
The 4-day training in Frederick will use a combination of lecture and hands on exercises to provide a professional credential for professionals working in the cannabis industry. During this training, participants will receive a detailed overview of cannabis as medicine, the history of cannabis laws in the U.S., best security practices for cannabis businesses, and the human body’s endocannabinoid system. The course will cover PFC’s National Cannabis Standards in the areas of Cultivation and Processing; Manufacturing, Packaging, Labeling and Holding; Distribution (Dispensing); and Laboratory Operations as well as pesticide use guidance, sustainability considerations, preparation for internal and external audits and more.
See more on the Frederick PFC training here: http://www.safeaccessnow.org/pfc_training_10_7_2016
PFC programs are recognized by governments, healthcare professionals and cannabis industry professionals from around the country and internationally. PFC is the nation’s only certification program based on quality standards issued by the American Herbal Products Association (AHPA). As a leader in medical cannabis education since 2002, PFC staff have trained thousands of medical cannabis providers, patients, caregivers and practitioners.
“Medical cannabis is a safe and effective medicine, but the industry needs clear standards to become transparent, safe and reliable, just as other industries have done,” explained Dr. Jahan Marcu, Chief Auditor for PFC. “Americans for Safe Access created the Patient Focused Certification (PFC) program to bring modern and science-based standards to each sector of the industry--retailers, growers, manufacturers and testing labs. Product safety protocols are a part of every legitimate industry.”
For reporters interesting in learning more, or attending the Frederick training, please contact Anna Zuccaro at 914-523-9145 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.