i502 compliance

Washington State Liquor Control Board has issued 67 warnings and penalties, including a temporary license suspension and a large fine to one i-502 operator. The reasons varied, but the second most common warning was for surveillance and security requirements that were not up to the requirements, even after license approval. It is unclear if these […] Read more

The original version released October 2014 can be found here, on page 9. OTS-6612_2Final.pdf VERBATIM WAC 314-55-083 What are the security requirements for a marijua­na licensee? The security requirements for a marijuana licensee are as follows: (3) Surveillance system. At a minimum, a licensed premises must have a complete video surveillance system with minimum camera […] Read more

As Featured in Marijuana Venture Magazine When it comes to i-502 security systems, we have all been focused on compliance. In traditional environments, a business owner may choose to install a security camera system or an alarm system for a myriad of reasons. Unfortunately, once its realized exactly how many cameras are required to be compliant with […] Read more

NOTE: This article was written before the April revisions to i-502’s security requirements and was published 3 days before those changes were made. For more information on those changes, please see HERE. Ensuring surveillance compliance – Hardware The security camera requirements within i-502 are a mess. I have compiled some simple guidelines to help ensure compliance […] Read more

One of the easiest ways to get in trouble when designing your i-502 camera system is not paying close enough attention to what is needed to achieve 45 days of constant recording. Most camera systems sold are configured for motion detection or triggered recording. The i502 regulations for Washington State, though, require constant 24 hour […] Read more