A Work Order is a processing event that affects the aggregate weight of cannabis in a Bulk Lot and converts the cannabis from one form to another. This includes such processing events as drying, trimming, curing, oil extraction, decarboxylation, encapsulation, and more. Follow the steps below to create a new Work Order.
Required permission(s): work_order_create
In the Work Orders module, click New. This opens a New Work Order page.
Alternatively, open a Bulk Lot's Work Orders tab and click New in the Output to Work Orders section. This opens a New Work Order page with the Bulk Lot pre-selected as an input lot.
Enter a name for the new Work Order in the field provided.
The licence holder should develop a naming convention for Work Orders that suits the needs of their facility and is easily traceable.
Select a Work Order Type from the drop-down menu. The Work Order Type describes the specific processing event taking place.
Click Edit Work Order Types to Create a New Work Order Type.
Open the Location drop-down menu, and select the location in which the processing event is taking place.
Visit the Vault Locations and Picking Bins tab to Add a New Processing Location.
Add inputs. A Work Order must use at least one Bulk Lot as an input.
To input cannabis from a Bulk Lot:
Click Add Input Lot. This opens the Add Input modal.
Select a Bulk Lot to use as an input, and click Proceed to Specify Input Amount.
Specify the amount of cannabis to input from the Bulk Lot. Check Use Entire Lot to select the entire Bulk Lot as a Work Order input. To input only a portion of the Bulk Lot, check Use Custom Amount, and enter the weight to input in the field provided.
Click Proceed to Review to advance to a review page.
Review the details on the modal. If everything is in order, click Confirm & Add to confirm the Bulk Lot as an input for the Work Order.
Repeat this process if the Work Order will use multiple input Bulk Lots.
Add untracked input, if applicable. Untracked input refers to weight and/or volume of non-cannabis material going into the Work Order. For example, if the processing team is creating an encapsulation Work Order, they may want to account for the weight and volume of glycerin and gelatin they'll use to create the capsules.
Click Add Untracked Input. This opens the Add Untracked Input modal.
Enter the input weight, input volume, and a brief description of the input's origin in the fields provided.
Click Add to add the untracked input.
Repeat this process for if the Work Order uses inputs from multiple untracked sources.
Click Create Work Order. This opens a new Work Order Profile in the Open status.
Visit the Work Order Workflows section to see examples of how Processing Technicians can use a series of Work Orders to produce a variety of product types.