The Need for Laboratory Compliance in a Non-Regulated Industry [repost]

What is the role of the Quality Control Laboratory?

The Quality Control (QC) laboratory serves as one of the most critical functions in pharmaceutical manufacturing and control.  The Code of Federal Regulations, 21 CFR 211, Subpart I-Laboratory Controls, outlines the requirements and expectations for the quality control laboratory and drug product testing.

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Our objective is to offer compliance, training, validation, and remediation services to testing laboratories, cultivation facilities, and manufacturing facilities within the pharmaceutical, medical device, and cannabis industries.

We pride ourselves on wide-ranging abilities and a commitment to quality that earns credibility with our clients.

Shaping the future of cannabis

As members of the ASTM International Cannabis Standards Committee, D37, we are focused on creating technical standards and guidance materials for cannabis and its products and processes.  The committee plans to focus on the development of standards in six (6) technical areas:

  • Indoor and outdoor horticulture and agriculture
  • Quality Management Systems (QMS)
  • Laboratory
  • Processing and Handling
  • Security and Transportation
  • Personnel training, assessment, and credentialing

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