While we don’t advise legally on the matter of child resistant packaging regulations and requirements, we do have a good understanding of the laws surrounding them. The packaging that we produce follows some of the laws such as: 4.0 mil in thickness, 100% opaque, continuously child resistant and for some states Tamper evident features, as well. Once our bags pass our quality control analysis, which includes Oxygen Transmission Rate (OTR), Color Spectral Structure Analysis, Gas Chromatography Analysis (GC), Solvent Retaining, C.O.F, Seal Curves, and Heat Resistance. A few of the more important dispensary packaging regulations include the OTR tests, where we are able to test the rate that oxygen gas permeates through a film at specified conditions of temperature and relative humidity. Gas Chromatography Analysis is important, as well, because it allows us to separate and analyze compounds in the bag’s material that can be vaporized without decomposition. Lastly, solvent retaining means that we are able to test the solvent retention, making sure that our bags don’t have an excess of solvent retention, which causes the bag to either get an odor and/or the ability to spoil the product inside.