Cannabis Risk Management

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Live webinar airing on June 9, 2022 at 2:00 PM EDT
Sponsored by Ambient.ai, Hanwha, Netwatch North America and Salient Systems
Presented by Alex Hearding

Learning Objectives:

  1. Consider the legal requirements for cannabis businesses in regards to security technology and employee, visitor and inventory safety and security.
  2. Outline the biggest mistakes or risks that security management often overlook in this sector.
  3. Create a holistic risk management program, focusing beyond legal security requirements.
  4. Identify cannabis business risks that could affect an organization’s people, environment, reputation and — ultimately, business resiliency.

Credits:

IACET
0.1 IACET CEU*
Participants completing this course may be eligible to receive Continuing Professional Education credit or CPEs toward ASIS re-certification.

Risk management professionals involved with cannabis organizations must be aware of the specific legal requirements regarding safety and security in this sector, including security technology, employee checks, and visitor and inventory requirements. This webinar will cover additional, and often overlooked, security risks and mitigation strategies for cannabis businesses, including vaults and storage, guards and transportation. Aside from legal requirements to construct and provide a mature security and risk management program for a cannabis business, stakeholders must consider other unique and inherent business risks, including product and property safety and security, worker safety, and environmental, social and cybersecurity issues. 

Cannabis

AlexH

  Alex Hearding, has experience starting marijuana businesses including license application, facility design, construction, operational development, and management. He currently provides services including occupational safety & health services and training and risk management for the cannabis industry.

 

Ambient.ai
Hanwha
Netwatch North America
Salient Systems

 

 
Originally published in June 2022

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