Our supplier of CIP 100 (an alkaline cleaner) is removing the testing for Pb (lead). The decision was based on a historical review of test data, our approved raw material suppliers description of their respective processes and control and additional ongoing confirmatory testing for heavy metals performed periodically using inductively coupled plasma (ICP). Is this enough justification to accept the change?
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Brian Dalder Forum Moderator 169 Posts
Re: Should we accept our supplier is no longer testing for lead?4 April 2012 at 1:29pm
In my experience, answers to questions like these vary company by company, and would normally be answered by the quality control and/or quality assurance departments of your company.