What Is TQM?
A core definition of total quality
management (TQM) describes a management approach to long–term
success through customer satisfaction. In a TQM effort, all
members of an organization participate in improving processes, products,
services, and the culture in which they work.
Assurance” is the sum total of the organized arrangements made with the object
of ensuring that all drug substances & drug products are of the quality
required for their intended use and that quality systems...
What is Barcoding?
The small image of lines, or bars, and spaces are affixed to nearly everything you can imagine, for identification purposes. Specifically, barcodes use a sequence of vertical bars and spaces that represent numbers and...
What are quality inspections?
Defining “quality” for an inspection system is not easy, because an inspection system is only one piece of a larger and complex legal system. At bottom, inspections are meant to...
The Five Whys Technique is a simple problem-solving technique that helps to get to the root of a problem quickly only by asking "Why?" five times successively.
The 5-Whys is a simple
A quality policy is a brief statement
that aligns with your organization's purpose and strategic direction, provides
a framework for quality objectives, and includes a commitment to meet
applicable requirements (ISO 9001, customer, statutory or regulatory) as well
A quality manual is a document that states the company’s intentions for operating the processes within the quality management system. It can include policies for all areas of the business that affect your...
down the procedure for the line clearance of the area / equipment.
SOP is applicable to all stages of manufacturing operations carried
out before the start of operation / stage during the manufacturing / packing to