Secure Your Space with Self-Closing, Self-Locking Doors
Video Transcribed: What is the third security requirement for medical marijuana growers? I am Tulsa medical marijuana attorney, Ope Adegbuyi.
According to the OBN, the third requirement is that each building shall be equipped with self-closing, self-locking doors, constructed of substantial material, commensurate with the type of building construction, provided however, a door that is kept closed and locked at all times when not in use, and when in use is kept under direct observation of irresponsible employee or agent of the registrant is permitted in view of a self-closing, self-locking door.
Doors may be sliding or hinged. If door hinges are mounted on the outside shall, sorry, such hinges shall be sealed, welded, or otherwise constructed to inhibit removal. Locking devices for such doors shall be either of the multiple position combination, keyless entry, or key lock type, and in the case of key locks shall require key control, which limits access to a limited number of employees, or in the case of multiple position combination or keyless entry systems, the system shall be limited to a minimum number of employees and can be changed upon the termination of employment of an employee having knowledge of the combination.
So basically this requirement means that you have to have either a self-locking door or a door that is controlled by a keypad or a keyless store, and you’re supposed to limit access to that key combination or key to a few employees and must change the code or change the keys whenever you let an employee go.
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