Two days ago, I was horrified to learn that not a single Campbell soup, juice, or edible food-like product is safe for vegans! I had just plopped down on my couch with my favorite dinner: a HUGE bowl of sliced, steamed sweet potatoes (I’m loving the Japanese ones!) and a head of crispy Romaine lettuce leaves to wrap my potatoes in, when I watched one of my favorite vegan YouTuber’s reaction to learning this shocking information. 547 more words
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In December 2010 the FDA began a project to better understand the industry’s adherence (or lack thereof) to 21 CFR Part 11. This involves the add on’ surveillance inspections of the sponsors’ computer systems during the course of the FDA’s regular inspections. 261 more words
This webinar will discuss the Part 11 requirements and practical techniques for evaluation of the current compliance status of a given organization. You will hear about validation requirements, system security protocols, rules for building computer networks, adding new components to network, back-up of data, access control, rules for passwords, and audit trails. 377 more words
Asking why Computer System Validation (CSV) is important in FDA-regulated industries is like asking why an engine is important to a vehicle.
Before going on to get an understanding of this issue, let us understand that there is a difference between the ways in which the term “validation” is used in the general area of computers and that used in FDA-related circles. 367 more words