Licensed Premises Restrictions and Requirements
(10) A licensee must keep a daily log of all employees, contractors and license representatives who perform work on the licensed premises. All employees, contractors and licensee representatives present on the licensed premises must wear clothing or a badge issued by the licensee that easily identifies the individual as an employee, contractor or licensee representative.
(a)A licensee must record the name and permit number of every current employee and license representative in CTS.
(b)If a current employee or license representative is not required to have a marijuana worker permit, the licensee must record the name and date of birth for that individual.
(c)A licensee must record the name and date of birth for every contractor who performs work on the licensed premises.
11) The general public is not permitted in limited access areas on a licensed premises, except for the consumer sales area of a retailer and as provided by section (14) of this rule. In addition to licensee representatives, the following visitors are permitted to be present in limited access areas on a licensed premises, subject to the requirements in section (12) and (13) of this rule:
(a)Laboratory personnel, if the laboratory is licensed by the Commission;
(b)A contractor, vendor or service provider authorized by a licensee representative to be on the licensed premises;
(c)Another licensee or that licensee’s representative;
(d)Up to seven invited guests per week subject to requirements of section (12) of this rule; or
(e)Tour groups as permitted under section (14) of this rule.
(12)Prior to entering a licensed premises all visitors permitted by section (11) of this rule must be documented and issued a visitor identification badge from a licensee representative that must remain visible while on the licensed premises. A visitor badge is not required for government officials. All visitors described in subsection (11) of this rule must be accompanied by a licensee representative at all times.
(13)A licensee must maintain a log of all visitor activity allowed under section (11) of this rule. The log must contain the first and last name and date of birth of every visitor and the date they visited. A licensee is not required to record the date of birth for government officials.