We help Oregon’s cannabis entrepreneurs meet their personal and compliance goals when it comes to marijuana security. With our Free layout and planning services, our solutions are cost effective and professional. We have been designing compliant cannabis security systems since 2012, and have set up our cannabis security program to cater specifically for those in the Cannabis Industry. We are inviting Oregon’s Marijuana entrepreneurs to get to know us. We have taken our experiences and compiled that information into this free Security compliance eBook to share with cannabis business owners, just like you. Let us help you save time and money with our Free Customized Layout and planning Services.
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Oregon Security Camera System equipment requirements
The basic componests of surveillance system inculde the cameras and secondly the recording device (NVR/DVR). In addition to that surveillance equipment Oregon laws require, a printer capable of producing still photos, and that the equipment be set up with a failure notification system that alerts the business representaive within 1 hour of failure. Oregon also, requires a sufficient battery backup system be installed to support at lease an 1 hour of recoding time in the event of a power failure.
For all entry and exit points and in all areas (to and from) where there are mature marijuana plants and usable marijuana products Oregon requires continuous recording for 24 hours a day with recordings held for at least 90 days. Cameras must be at least 720p resolution. Off-Site Backup is required in Oregon for all entry and exit points and limited access and secure areas where there is risk or usable marijuana products. Click Here
Site and Layout planning is critical in designing a compliant OLCC security camera system. All entrances and exits to the facility must have proper camera coverage, where the camera are able to capture clear images of any activity occurring within 15 feet both inside and outside of the premises. All activity in sensitive and limited access areas must video recording. All points of sale and cash exchange areas must have coverage. The surveillance room where the surveillance equipment is secured must have a cameras placed in view of the equipment. Any area that the commission believes to present a public safety risk bases on the overall operation must have proper camera coverage. Our Oregon compliance specialist will be able to provide you with a unique system design based on your floorplan.
In the state of Oregon it is required that all video surveillance equipment meaning and recordings must be stored in a locked and secure area that is only accessible to the licensee, or authorized personnel. Securing the DVR/NVR inside security lockbox made of reinforced steel will help keep your recorder safe. Click here to view our Lock Boxes
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