What is the Oklahoma Cannabis Track-and-Trace System?
According to the latest information provided by the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA), as of June 30, 2021, all licensed operators in Oklahoma must use the Metrc track-and-trace system to track all medical marijuana and medical marijuana products being grown, processed, transported, tested, and sold in the state.
How do I get started on Metrc?
Step 1. Metrc User Training: First, you will need to attend mandatory training to obtain system credentials to access the system. Operators should sign up at this link for Oklahoma Metrc Training. From there, Metrc will grant you your credentials to access the system.
Step 2. Order Metrc Tags: Next, you will need to order your plant and package tags.
Step 3. Assign Tags to Inventory (Existing Operators Only) If you are already in operations and have existing inventory, you will need to organize the inventory by unique batches and assigned plant tags and package tags to your inventory.
Step 4: Beginning Inventory: Once all your inventory is tagged, you can create your beginning inventory in Metrc. Please see the Metrc Oklahoma Supplemental User Guide for details on creating your beginning inventory. To go live, enter your inventory into the platform and use the Metrc system for all track-and-trace-related recordings.
How Does Roshi Help with Metrc Compliance?
While Metrc can directly record track-and-trace activities, operators who use the Roshi platform increase productivity and compliance.
The Roshi platform helps operators seamlessly manage Metrc through our user-friendly mobile application. Roshi’s compliance management solution includes the ability to:
- Manage METRC activities for cultivation, manufacturing, and distribution via Roshi’s iPhone and Android Apps
- Leverage barcode scanning from any device
- Build METRC compliance into your operational workflows
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Resources for Metrc Oklahoma
To learn more about Metrc Oklahoma, visit the following sites:
- Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) Seed-to-Sale
- METRC Oklahoma and METRC Oklahoma FAQs
- Oklahoma METRC Supplemental User Guide