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In this course, you learned:

  1. The requirements for verifying the age of individuals entering a Marijuana Retailer’s premises, as outlined in the Cannabis Control Commission’s regulations:
  • There are specific regulations related to age verification as per the Cannabis Control Commission’s Adult Use of Marijuana, 500.140: Additional Operational Requirements for Retail Sale.
  • The responsibility of a Marijuana Establishment Agent is inspecting an individual’s proof of identification and determining their age upon entry.
  • There are consequences of failing to verify that an individual is 21 years of age or older, according to the regulations.
  • The role of a Security Specialist is verifying and scanning identification using the Panasonic FZ-N1 TOUGHPAD & the VeriScan software at Northeast Alternatives.
  1. To familiarize yourself with the Panasonic FZ-N1 TOUGHPAD and the VeriScan software used by Security Specialists for age verification and categorization of patrons at Northeast Alternatives.
  • The components of the Panasonic FZ-N1 TOUGHPAD are as described in the provided diagram.
  • The purpose of the VeriScan software and its functionalities include age verification and patron categorization.
  • There is significance of categorizing patrons into “VIP” or “Banned” groups.
  • The steps involved in scanning an ID using the Panasonic FZ-N1 TOUGHPAD and VeriScan software are positioning the ID, aiming the barcode reading laser, and initiating the scan process.
  1. Recognize the acceptable forms of identification for age verification at Northeast Alternatives and understand the criteria for valid identification.
  • The acceptable forms of identification for age verification at Northeast Alternatives are State Issued Driver’s License, Commercial Driver’s License, Identification Card, Liquor Identification Card, Passport Book/Passport Card, and Military ID.
  • The requirements for an identification document to be considered valid are being in-date, unaltered, and clearly readable and scannable.
  • Various examples of Massachusetts IDs are Driver’s License, Identification Card, Commercial Driver’s License, Liquor Identification Card, Junior Operator’s License, and Under 21 Driver’s License.
  • Examples of non-Massachusetts ID are specifically US Passport Book and Military ID. IDs from different states share common key information, such as full name, birthday, and expiration date, regardless of design differences.