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    Pharmaceutical Drum Lift: Uni-Hoist HMM (Hoist Manual Mobile)

    The Hanningfield Uni-Hoist HMM (Hoist Manual Mobile) is an manually powered hand-wound lifting device for the handling of various loads including containers, drums, IBCs, cone mills, vacuum conveyors, mixers etc. The maximum SWL (safe working load) of the Uni-Hoist HMM is 150kg.

  • Electronic Clinical Outcome Assessments (eCOA)
    Electronic Clinical Outcome Assessments (eCOA)

    Accurate patient data does more than support claims, it supports the work of your entire organisation.

  • Pharmaceutical Laboratory Mill
    Pharmaceutical Laboratory Mill

    The Uni-Mill M05-U is designed for small scale milling applications, making it perfect as a pharmaceutical laboratory mill. The unit is compact and lightweight, making it suitable for bench-top use or placement inside an isolator.

  • Dual-Channel Switch LNA Module: QPB9319
    Dual-Channel Switch LNA Module: QPB9319

    Qorvo offers the new QPB9319 highly integrated front-end module with operation in the 1.8 – 4.2 GHz frequency range for TDD base station, wireless infrastructure, small cell BTS, and pre-5G/5G massive MIMO applications. This LNA module integrates a two-stage LNA and a high power switch in a dual-channel configuration.

  • Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Readiness Program
    Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Readiness Program

    FSMA is the most sweeping reform of food safety laws in 60 years, requiring a top-down approach to hazard prevention. Your facility and processing, your personnel practices and training, and your supply chain must be in compliance with FSMA regulations. A wide range of safety initiatives is being put into effect to protect consumers. To avoid mandatory food recalls you must correctly implement Preventative Controls. This guide will help you prepare for and comply with FSMA regulations.


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  • Case Study: Excavating Company Gains Environmental Compliance For Vehicle Wash Water
    Case Study: Excavating Company Gains Environmental Compliance For Vehicle Wash Water Brownsville, Penn.-based, Brubacher Excavating, Inc. performs a full range of excavating, pipe and utility installation, roadway construction, general earth moving activities and related site development services in Southeastern Penn. Although the company washes its heavy equipment regularly, its dump trucks and tractors account for the most frequent use of its wash bay.
  • Replacing A Paper-Based GMP System With An Electronic Monitoring System
    Replacing A Paper-Based GMP System With An Electronic Monitoring System

    As a trusted source of innovative solutions in clinical diagnostics, Fujirebio Diagnostics' sought to replace an its paper-based GMP record system and manual process with an electronic monitoring system.

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    One of the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies, AstraZeneca, has over 67,000 employees. Among those are about 13,000 at 17 principal research and development centers in eight countries — including the United States.

  • Payment Card Industry Compliance: Are Companies Really Compliant? The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DS ) is a multifaceted document with 12 security sections and more than 250 individual requirements contained in the supporting detailed audit procedures. Even the most established and capable Level 1 merchants have trouble translating all the requirements in order to become 100 percent PCI-compliant. By Protiviti Inc.
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  • Case Study: Faster Document Access Saves Housing And Finance Authority $1M Yearly CHFA’s processes were very paper intensive. A single file ranges from 300 pages for a single family loan to more than 7,000 pages for a commercial loan. Staff continue to add documents throughout the life of the loan. By Hyland Software
  • Case Study: SmeadSoft Gives Monroe Bank Fast Access To Information To Improve Risk Management And Customer Service After reviewing eight vendors, the bank’s evaluation committee chose SmeadSoft’s Records Management System because it was easy to use and aligned closely with key banking operations—such as loan and deposit documentation and compliance. By SmeadSoft
  • Case Study: Stride Rite Footwear Improves Productivity By Nearly 300 Percent! At Stride Rite Distribution Centers (DCs), compliance labeling is a major undertaking. The retail stores that sell Stride Rite shoes all have their own requirements for how they would like the shoes labeled when they receive them and most retailers require their own custom labels. By Avery Dennison Printer Systems Division