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Posted By Kristen Cifranic
October 30, 2013 Category: Regulatory Compliance

FDA Drug Product Labels: PACKAGING and LABELING CONTROL Sections 211.122, 125, & 130 A firm must establish written labeling procedures covering the receipt, identification, storage, handling and examination of all labeling.  Procedures should cover the reconciliation, issuance, returns, and security of labeling.  There must be written procedures to assure that the correct label is used on the drug product, including the identification of each batch with a lot number. All high pressure cylinders, large cryogenic vessels and cryogenic home vessels are required to bear an adequate drug product label.  This label is usually the responsibility of the manufacturer, filler, transfiller, etc. There can be only one drug label on a high pressure cylinder or cryogenic vessel, and that label is usually applied by the manufacturer, filler, transfiller, etc. of the drug product.  Cryogenic home vessels come from the manufacturer with a DEVICE label, which should not be confused with the required drug label.  Further, the device label must not be removed.  Cylinders owned by one company, but filled by another company may bear a small ownership or possession sticker in addition to the drug product label. Upon receipt from the printer, a new batch of labels must be counted to verify the quantity of labels received, and they should be examined and compared against the approved master label to assure correctness. If a firm uses a small, grocery-store type

Do you have written procedures? (SOP, Policy and Procedure Manual)

Do you have written procedures  (SOP, Policy and Procedure Manual)

Posted By Kristen Cifranic
October 24, 2013 Category: Training Education, Regulatory Compliance

Do you have written procedures? SOP, Policy and Procedure

Is your Servomex analyzer calibrated correctly?

Is your Servomex analyzer calibrated correctly

Posted By Kristen Cifranic
October 02, 2013 Category: Equipment, Oxygen

Are you calibrating your analyzer as required? Oxygen analyzers are required to be calibrated each fill day with a specialty calibration gas that has a COA like our calibration gases. The FDA does not allow USP oxygen to be used to calibrate analyzers. (i.e. you can't use the oxygen you get to fill your tanks to calibrate your analyzer!) For Servomex Analyzers: Oxygen Specialty Calibration Gas, E cylinder SG-100-1 Nitrogen Specialty Calibration Gas, E cylinder SG-200 For Oxygraf Analyzers: Oxy/Air Mix Calibration Gas, E

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