Cannabis in the News: Sessions Ends Obama Era Legal Marijuana Policy, States Push for Legal Marijuana Banking and More

Attorney General Sessions Reverses Legal Marijuana Policy Since 2013, the Justice Department policy was to not enforce federal marijuana laws against businesses or individuals in states with medical or recreational marijuana laws with the exception of cases involving minors or gangs, sales across states and the cultivation of marijuana on federal property. On January 4, […]

Fire Protection: Housekeeping Basics

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) estimated that, in 2013, there were 1,240,000 fires, resulting in 3,240 civilian fire fatalities, 15,925 civilian fire injuries, and $11.5 billion in direct property loss. These fire losses demonstrate the need for proper fire prevention procedures. While all fires start small, they can quickly spread out of control when […]

Preparing your Business for Cold Weather

As the weather changes, so do the hazards you should be prepared for. An incident, such as a burst pipe, can cost your company hundreds or even thousands of dollars. Proper preparation can not only help to prevent this type of incident, but can also reduce injuries and minimize additional costly risks to the facility […]

Why it’s Important to Hire the Right Dispensary Staff

The success of your marijuana dispensary will, to a certain extent, hinge upon who you hire. Having knowledgeable and friendly budtenders and staff may set you apart from the competition in this highly competitive field. It may also help you to avoid dangerous situations, comply with legal regulations and improve the overall success of your […]

Being Ready for the Unexpected: Your Emergency Preparedness Plan

An Emergency Preparedness Plan is important to establish and review before it becomes necessary to use. Having well-thought-out procedures in place can save lives, reduce property damage, and lessen the resulting disruption of daily business operations if an emergency occurs. Creating Your Plan According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), a plan should begin […]