What is ACMPR Insurance?
ACMPR is the anocrym for Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations. If are the owner or operator of a ACMPR Marijuana Growing Facility licensed by Health Canada, AC&D Insurance offers an ACMPR Insurance program specifically designed to meet Marijuana Growers needs. As one of the first Insurance Brokers in Canada to specialise in this industry in Canada, we are able to find quality coverage at the best price.
How do I get a quote for ACMPR Marijuana Grower Insurance?
What types of ACMPR Insurance for property is available for Marijuana Growers?
ACMPR Marijuana Cultivation Property Insurance
Whether you own or rent a commercial space used to cultivate Cannabis, we can provide insurance coverage for Buildings, Equipment, Stock, Crops, and Cargo in-transit.
ACMPR Cannabis Cultivation Property Insurance Options Include:
- Broad form building and equipment
- Stock Coverage
- Crop Insurance
- Business Interruption – Loss of income
- Extra Expense
- Property in Transit
- Stock Throughput
- Equipment Breakdown for production equipment
- Buildings under course of construction or renovation
What types of Liability Insurance Coverage is available for Marijuana Growers?
ACMPR Insurance liability coverage options for Marijuana Growers operations and product sales include:
- Public Liability
- Products Liability
- Contractual Liability
- Tenant’s Legal Liability
- Cyber Liability Extension
- Breach of Confidentiality Extension
- Broad Form Vendors Endorsement
- Fire Fighting Expenses
- Products Recall
- Employment Practices Liability
- Director’s & Officer’s Liability (D&O)
What Are The Requirements for ACMPR Insurance?
In order to provide ACMPR Insurance Coverage for your Marijuana Growing Facility, you must be in compliance with all Health Canada Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR). In addition to standard insurance underwriting information and requirements, most insurance companies require the following:
- Monitored Burglary & Fire Alarm certificate (due at the time of binding).
- Satisfactory copy of insured’s Health Canada license (due at the time of binding).
- Satisfactory electrical inspection (prior to the commencement of grow operations or within 30 days of binding, whichever is sooner).
- If you are requesting coverage for stock, you must have a class 2 or better safe at your premises.