Government Compliance: Solutions for Laws & Regulations
Meet ALL Compliance Requirements & SUCCEED in a Complex Industry
Fortunately, most government agencies have public information departments EAGER to assist by providing information to help ensure you’re compliant in the cannabis industry.
But it is complex and enforcement agencies have no obligation to notify businesses that they must comply with the law, so it is YOUR responsibility to deal with regulations from:
- Federal: purposes of regulating inter-State/Province/Territory cannabis commerce.
- State/Province/Territory: In every country, there are multiple legal jurisdictions with a variety of cannabis laws where you’re operating commercially. It’s HARD to comply.
- City/Local Government: Local regulations voted by representatives of residents who live or work in that city, commonwealth, territory, county, municipality, or township.
We develop custom eLearning solutions to MEET government requirements with a training platform to ensure tracking and reporting for compliance never becomes a burden.
It is a perfect line of defense to ENSURE compliance and ready for an audit by having all your training records in one (1) place… if it isn’t documented, then it “didn’t happen“…
Accreditation & Membership
Government Compliance (examples)
Medical Cannabis Registry
The medical cannabis registry information changes daily with cannabis patients and laws always evolving. Using a platform for training helps with the patient application process, medical cannabis centers, laws and regulations, forms, statistics, law enforcement, legal counsel and medical caregivers.
Use a training platform to promote public safety and reduce harm by regulating the cannabis industry through consistent training about the laws and regulations for strategic integration of process management, functional expertise, and innovative problem-solving that establishes public trust.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA) sets the standard for protecting sensitive medical data, the HIPAA Rules are flexible to accommodate the enormous range of entities that must comply with them and appropriately train employees to ensure you’re compliant.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) ensures that employers are responsible for providing a safe and healthful workplace. Setting and enforcing standards through training keeps your business compliant with all applicable OSHA standards.
To protect both human health and the environment, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) enforces regulations based on laws passed by Congress. Provide training so your employees comply with laws governing air, water pollution, and hazardous waste.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA) requires adherence to strict guidelines and procedures. You need to stay compliant and make sure you’re assessing your staff’s literacy and familiarity HIPPA regulations with regards to cannabis.
Food & Drug Regulators
The food and drug regulators can serve as a regulatory and quasi-judicial agency for the manufacturing, testing, analysis, and sale of cannabis. They help ensure public safety and trust through fair administration and enforcement of cannabis laws through regulations.
Department of Agriculture
The Department of Agriculture regulates agriculture producers and processors so these programs will also affect cannabis production, processing, wholesale, and retail activities. Use training to strengthen and advance agriculture that promotes a safe and high-quality cannabis supply.
Department of Revenue
This department administers tax laws and enforces laws and regulations concerning cannabis commerce. Provide best-of-breed training for cannabis tax laws, how to prepare reports for revenue, and train employees to be compliant with government regulations.
Accessibility Compliance & LMS Standards
Making Moodle Accessible: Learning Management System (LMS)
Moodle LMS is a complex system with many parts and its code is always evolving so modules can be enabled as needed. One of the BIGGEST challenges organizations face today is accessibility in the eLearning solution.
As an internationally developed tool, Moodle core-code is designed to MEET a variety of world accessibility for all users regardless of age, ability, or situation. Our eLearning solutions are designed to make sure new developments are accessible when building a solution and use established best practices:
- ADA/Section 508
- WCAG 2 Level A
- IMS Content Packaging v1.4
- IMS Common Cartridge1
- IMS Enterprise v1.1
- IMS Learning Information Services (LIS) version 2.0
- IMS Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) v2.0
- IMS Caliper
- xAPI (with Tin Can API launcher)
- SCORM 1.2/AICC
- Open Badges
“LMS Roadmap” for Continuous Improvement (2 updates / year)
LMS Roadmap for eLearning Innovations & Development
Due to the increasing number of regulations and need for operational transparency, organizations are increasingly adopting the use of consolidated and harmonized sets of compliance controls. We’re currently developing our Moodle LMS platform in the following areas:
- Usability: Organization, and navigation of courses and activities.
- Plugins Infrastructure: Improve development & management of plugins.
- Support Infrastructure: Improving support documentation and services.
- Accessibility: Social inclusion for people with all kinds of disabilities.
- Small Touchscreens: Optimzing training for phones and tablets.
- Offline: Our Mobile App provides offline training capabilities.
- Outcomes & Competencies: Tracking of what people know.
- Learning Plans: Better tracking of what people need to know.
- Workflow: Guiding learning processes between different people.
- Rollover: Handling regulation processes for compliance courses.
- Logging: Improved access to events data.
- Analytics: Automated analysis of learning data to find trends and events.
- Reporting: Easily customize reports that combine data from various areas.
- Notifications: Real-time messaging to mobile devices of events.
A Message From Our Founder
Chief Training Officer & Founder
Be honest… How would you describe your employee training?
Disorganized? Understaffed? Undertrained? Over-worked? Non-existent?
Well if you said anything other than, “A well-oiled machine,” you’ve come to the right place. Assuming you have a team, it’s likely a loosely assembled group, all scrambling around sending emails, updating employees on new regulations, running in-person training, establishing Standard Operating Procedures, and doing their best to “figure it out”…without anyone necessarily knowing what anyone else is doing.
They’re busy. And they try hard. But are they really getting anything done? Is their work making a MEASURABLE difference to your company? When I asked this question about my own company, I didn’t like the answer. That’s why I created Green CulturED. As a partner, you’ll be able to grow a dedicated, COORDINATED team of cannabis industry rock stars. And best of all, critical (but time-consuming) tasks such as recruiting, training and retaining top talent will become effortless, and you’ll finally have a team all moving toward the same goal… …growing YOUR company! So if you like the idea of transforming your ordinary (or non-existent) training into a well-developed eLearning solution, then schedule a demonstration today.
They’re busy. And they try hard. But are they really getting anything done? Is their work making a MEASURABLE difference to your company? When I asked this question about my own company, I didn’t like the answer. That’s why I created Green CulturED.
As a partner, you’ll be able to grow a dedicated, COORDINATED team of cannabis industry rock stars. And best of all, critical (but time-consuming) tasks such as recruiting, training and retaining top talent will become effortless, and you’ll finally have a team all moving toward the same goal…
…growing YOUR company! So if you like the idea of transforming your ordinary (or non-existent) training into a well-developed eLearning solution, then schedule a demonstration today.