A Michigan healthcare marijuana testing laboratory suspended in August for alleged security violations has agreed to spend a $100,000 fine to resolve state charges.
Iron Laboratories of Walled Lake also agreed to enhance its procedures and give more information and reports to state regulators.
The laboratory entered into the settlement agreement with the Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA), state officials announced Wednesday.
In August, the MRA took emergency action to suspend the lab’s operations for alleged violations associated to testing and reporting outcomes for pesticides, microbials and THC content material.
Numerous provisions in the settlement agreement need to be completed ahead of Iron Laboratories is permitted to resume operations.
In addition, Iron Laboratories agreed that its chief operating officer, Michael Goldman, would not:
- Participate in solution testing.
- Enter or alter information in the statewide monitoring technique.
- Engage in any economic transactions with customers for 180 days.
If Iron Laboratories fails to comply with these needs, it could be topic to more fines or other sanctions, state regulators mentioned.
“While we are pleased that the licensee worked promptly to resolve these difficulties, it is clear that these actions never ever need to have occurred in the initially location,” MRA Executive Director Andrew Brisbo mentioned in a news release.
“It is crucial that our security compliance facilities – and all of our licensees – adhere strictly to the law and the administrative guidelines.”
A copy of the settlement agreement can be identified right here.