The Uncertified Handler Affidavit has been replaced by the Exempt Handler Affidavit.
ONLY FOR OCAL CANNABIS OPERATIONS.
Use this form to notify CCOF that you will be moving or you plan to add a new facility or new equipment to your existing OCal certification.
ONLY FOR OCAL CANNABIS OPERATIONS. Describe your OCal product handling practices, including receiving, cleaning, sanitation and facility pest control. Update this form when making changes to OCal processing or equipment.
ONLY FOR OCAL CANNABIS OPERATIONS. Give us your facility address so we know where to inspect and attach a site map and production flow diagram. Update this form when you want to add a new type of OCal processing or equipment.
ONLY FOR OCAL CANNABIS OPERATIONS. This form applies to uncertified storage facilities used by CCOF operations to store unsealed product or product in permeable packaging. It also applies to uncertified brokers, traders, wholesalers, or distributors that provide OCal products to CCOF OCal certified operations. It is not required for uncertified handlers supplying OCal product in sealed, impermeable containers with final retail labeling that identifies the OCal status and original certified producer.
|Should I notify CCOF if my business ownership or name has changed?||
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A CCOF certified operation may use another certified organic location for animal grazing and/or management if records are maintained that fully disclose all activities and transactions. Use this form to add a certified organic offsite location to your Organic System Plan.
Use to register for CCOF's OSP Walk-Through Service, a comprehensive and complete overview of certification for your staff. CCOF provides time to meet with our staff and learn how to use our systems to improve your user experience.
Yes! Always submit changes that may affect compliance to CCOF for review. Changes to your facility location may require an update to your OSP and an additional inspection.
If your address is changing because your office or billing location has changed, simply complete the Equipment, Facility or Address Change Form and confirm that no organic storage, processing, or packaging occurs there.
Yes, certified organic operations can use shared commercial kitchens to make their products, but they must certify the kitchen for their own use. In your application – called an Organic System Plan (OSP) – you will explain how you keep your products separate from any non-organic products or materials in the kitchen. You will also describe how organic product contact surfaces and processing equipment are cleaned and sanitized.