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The 5 Fundamentals of GMP Requirements Tracking
Ashley Sherwood

The 5 Fundamentals of GMP Requirements Tracking

If you already know these seven things about GMP, then it's time to dive into the five fundamentals of GMP requirements tracking. If you hear GMP Documentation, Traceability Documents, Requirement Specs or something of that nature, then the topic is probably requirement tracking documentation for good manufacturing practices. So, you start with some requirements. A solution is developed to meet those requirements. You must have a way to confirm that each requirement was ...

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7 Things to Know Before Your First GMP/GAMP Project
Ashley Sherwood

7 Things to Know Before Your First GMP/GAMP Project

GMP stands for good manufacturing practices. GAMP is good automated manufacturing practices. All manufacturing endeavors benefit from attention to quality, but this is especially important when the product is pharmaceutical. As a literal matter of life and death, following GMP for pharmaceutical manufacturing is not just good sense, but also the law. However, it's not always obvious where to start. Here are seven things you should know about GMP. 1. The FDA Sets the Rules That's...

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8 Readability Tips to Try on Your Next HMI Project
Ashley Sherwood

8 Readability Tips to Try on Your Next HMI Project

Why do we code PLCs, design HMIs, create complex SCADA networks? The short answer is - so that somebody can use them to get a job done. For an HMI to be useable, it must be readable. Readability isn't just a matter of word choice. Technical choices like text alignment, line width, or font size can make or break readability. Here are eight tips for ensuring readability in your HMIs:  1. Left-align Text Likewise, justifying text creates awkward g...

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