How to Ensure Accurate Fire Code Reporting of Your Chemical Inventory

Addressing chemical fire code requirements in the laboratory enables organizations to provide safety and satisfy regulatory requirements.

The Made to Cure Industry Solution Experience Process and Quality data stored in systems like Paper Records, On-line Data Historians, LIMS, EBR, ERP, etc., is organized differently to serve the needs of each system’s specialized users.

This creates problems for those who need to perform data analysis that spans these systems to understand the sources of process variability using initiatives like Quality by Design (QbD) and Process Robustness (PRB).

It also presents needless barriers to identifying Critical Process Parameters (CPP’s) and Critical Quality Attributes (CQA’s) for implementation of automated process monitoring with alerts for review-by-exception as part of Continued Process Verification (CPV) initiatives.

This white paper seeks to clarify one of the key aspects of laboratory and site safety by addressing best practices in fire code reporting