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The Two Things You Need To Do Before Starting on a Serialization Journey

The pharmaceutical industry has undergone a dramatic transformation in recent years; mergers, acquisitions and the emergence of complex manufacturing networks have all added complexity in manufacturing operations with multiple manufacturing… Read more »

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Three Ways to Improve Regulatory Compliance in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

Pharmaceutical companies in the market today need to comply with a huge array of regulations –in most regions, manufacturers must follow Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP), as well as Good Documentation… Read more »

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What You Need to Know About Data Integrity

Over the past year, I’ve noticed a growing concern over data integrity in my conversations with life sciences executives. From 2010 to 2012 the FDA cited just five drug manufacturers… Read more »

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ISO 50001 Offers Energy-Efficiency Compliance and Environmental Certification in One Program

Today’s building owners are facing increasing pressure to make their facilities operate more efficiently on multiple fronts. Certainly, energy prices remain high in many regions and are a primary driver… Read more »

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Choking on Data

Ever hear the phrase “Choking on data, starving for information?” I credit my exposure to this phrase during a meeting I had with my new Vice President as a fresh-out-of-college… Read more »

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NEC 2014 – What’s Changed in Section 240.87 Regarding Arc Energy Reduction

The need to protect workers from the hazards of arc flash has been understood for decades – the National Fire Protection Association’s Standard NFPA 70E first addressed the issue in… Read more »

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Eating an Elephant: Complying with the EU Directive for Energy Efficiency One Bite at a Time

I really enjoy war movies, and if you’ve been around me at all, you’ve probably heard me quote lines from some of them. No surprise then that a quote by General… Read more »

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NEC 2014 – What’s Changed in Section 240.87 Regarding Arc Energy Reduction

The need to protect workers from the hazards of arc flash has been understood for decades – the National Fire Protection Association’s Standard NFPA 70E first addressed the issue in… Read more »

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Eating an Elephant: Complying with the EU Directive for Energy Efficiency One Bite at a Time

I really enjoy war movies, and if you’ve been around me at all, you’ve probably heard me quote lines from some of them. No surprise then that a quote by General… Read more »

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Choking on Data

Ever hear the phrase “Choking on data, starving for information?” I credit my exposure to this phrase during a meeting I had with my new Vice President as a fresh-out-of-college… Read more »

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What You Need to Know About Data Integrity

Over the past year, I’ve noticed a growing concern over data integrity in my conversations with life sciences executives. From 2010 to 2012 the FDA cited just five drug manufacturers… Read more »

2 Comments

ISO 50001 Offers Energy-Efficiency Compliance and Environmental Certification in One Program

Today’s building owners are facing increasing pressure to make their facilities operate more efficiently on multiple fronts. Certainly, energy prices remain high in many regions and are a primary driver… Read more »

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Three Ways to Improve Regulatory Compliance in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

Pharmaceutical companies in the market today need to comply with a huge array of regulations –in most regions, manufacturers must follow Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP), as well as Good Documentation… Read more »

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The Two Things You Need To Do Before Starting on a Serialization Journey

The pharmaceutical industry has undergone a dramatic transformation in recent years; mergers, acquisitions and the emergence of complex manufacturing networks have all added complexity in manufacturing operations with multiple manufacturing… Read more »

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What You Need to Know About Data Integrity

Over the past year, I’ve noticed a growing concern over data integrity in my conversations with life sciences executives. From 2010 to 2012 the FDA cited just five drug manufacturers… Read more »

2 Comments

NEC 2014 – What’s Changed in Section 240.87 Regarding Arc Energy Reduction

The need to protect workers from the hazards of arc flash has been understood for decades – the National Fire Protection Association’s Standard NFPA 70E first addressed the issue in… Read more »

2 Comments

ISO 50001 Offers Energy-Efficiency Compliance and Environmental Certification in One Program

Today’s building owners are facing increasing pressure to make their facilities operate more efficiently on multiple fronts. Certainly, energy prices remain high in many regions and are a primary driver… Read more »

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Three Ways to Improve Regulatory Compliance in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

Pharmaceutical companies in the market today need to comply with a huge array of regulations –in most regions, manufacturers must follow Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP), as well as Good Documentation… Read more »

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The Two Things You Need To Do Before Starting on a Serialization Journey

The pharmaceutical industry has undergone a dramatic transformation in recent years; mergers, acquisitions and the emergence of complex manufacturing networks have all added complexity in manufacturing operations with multiple manufacturing… Read more »

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Eating an Elephant: Complying with the EU Directive for Energy Efficiency One Bite at a Time

I really enjoy war movies, and if you’ve been around me at all, you’ve probably heard me quote lines from some of them. No surprise then that a quote by General… Read more »

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Choking on Data

Ever hear the phrase “Choking on data, starving for information?” I credit my exposure to this phrase during a meeting I had with my new Vice President as a fresh-out-of-college… Read more »

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