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In this e-book you'll find answers on how deviations are defined, what must be observed in handling deviations, who is responsible for managing deviations and what interfaces to other systems there are.
1st edition 2015
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Excerpt from the GMP Compliance Adviser In spite of qualified equipment, trained employees and validated processes, the daily routine in pharmaceuticals is rife with situations in which prescribed workflows are not observed or processes fail to deliver the expected results. For this reason it is important not only to define the workflows for production in "normal cases", but also to specify how such deviations are to be handled. This will ensure that acceptable product quality can be obtained even in the event of unforeseen circumstances. You will learn all you need to know about
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