It's All About The Weed: How To Avoid Legal Problems With Your Weed Delivery Service
Posted on: 28 April 2019
If you run a cannabis dispensary and you've decided to provide delivery service, don't take any unnecessary chances. Weed delivery services require you to maintain tight control over the entire operation. Here are four tips that will help you avoid legal problems where your delivery service is concerned.
Don't Start Without a License
Now that you'll be offering delivery for your weed products, don't start without the proper license. You may have a license for your dispensary. However, if you're caught providing delivery services without the required licenses, you could risk losing your entire business. It's also important to note that each of your drivers will need to carry a valid copy of the delivery license in their car at all times. When designating drivers for your delivery service, be sure to provide a copy of the delivery license for each vehicle that's authorized for use during deliveries.
Ensure Regulatory Compliance
Once you have your weed delivery service operational, you'll need to ensure total regulatory compliance. Failure to maintain regulatory compliance could result in the loss of your delivery license. To maintain compliance, the first thing you need to do is equip each delivery vehicle with a functioning GPS device. Second, ensure that each GPS is activated during all normal business hours. Third, ensure that your drivers create delivery records for each transaction. Finally, never allow your drivers to carry more than the allowable amount of weed-related products in their vehicles at one time.
Don't Take Chances With Your Drivers
When it comes to operating a weed delivery service, it's crucial that you never take chances with your drivers. Always conduct thorough background investigations before hiring any drivers for your weed delivery service. Ensure that all drivers are over the age of 21 and that they're legally licensed to drive. Finally, ensure that each driver carry their necessary identification whenever conducting a delivery. This should include their drivers license, as well as their employee identification badge.
Invest in Dispatch and Delivery Software
If you'll be providing weed delivery service through your dispensary, invest in dispatch and delivery software. Regulations require you to maintain detailed records regarding all dispatches and deliveries. Delivery and dispatch software will allow you to track each delivery and process transactions as they occur. This ensures up-to-the-minute accuracy of dispatch and delivery history.
If you're starting a weed delivery service, use the tips provided here to help you avoid pitfalls and missteps that could get you into legal trouble.Share