Compliance Checklist Is Available For Environmental Monitoring Practices

Food and drug companies selling to the U.S. market can now obtain a free FDA 21 CFR Part 11 Checklist to ensure full regulatory compliance of their environmental monitoring practices. The Dickson Co. developed this quick reference guide to help users integrate Dickson’s FDA-compliant data loggers and chart recorders into full-compliance best practices.
 
Chris Sorensen, Dickson vice president of sales and marketing explains, “A guiding principle of all Dickson R&D efforts is that the temperature, humidity, pressure and electronic signal monitoring instrumentation that we release to the market is unsurpassed in terms of ease-of-use. Creating this FDA 21 CFR Part 11 Compliance checklist is an extension of this core value and provides an easy to understand guide for choosing between the secure version of Dicksonware or the more generic version that is not designed for regulatory compliance. It’s our job to make our customers’ jobs as easy as possible when it comes to environmental monitoring and regulatory compliance.”
 
To download the checklist, visit: http://www.dicksondata.com/upload/1061227536_Validation_Checklist.pdf.

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