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Articles by Control, a senior compliance officer

Movin' On Out

Aug 1, 2011

Visiting a new site or going down memory lane may not get you where you want to go.

All the Wrong Questions

Getting an answer is easy—asking the right question is apparently more difficult.
Jul 2, 2011

Getting an answer is easy—asking the right question is apparently more difficult.

Quality Overload

Sometimes, there are just too many cooks in the kitchen.
Jun 2, 2011

Sometimes, there are just too many cooks in the kitchen.

Common Sense Required

Many factors affect research results.
May 2, 2011

Many factors affect research results.

One Step Forward, Two Steps Backward

Just when things seem to be looking up, the unexpected problem occurs.
Mar 2, 2011

Just when things seem to be looking up, the unexpected problem occurs.

Looking in All the Right Places

Taking care to note, file and re-check information can save one from future mishaps.
Feb 2, 2011

Taking care to note, file and re-check information can save one from future mishaps.

Balancing Act

Remaining calm, cool, and collected during mergers and inspections is a feat in itself.
Nov 2, 2010

Remaining calm, cool, and collected during mergers and inspections is a feat in itself.

Turning a Blind Eye

Cases of overlooking proper packaging, reconstitution, directions, and dissolution.
Aug 2, 2010

Cases of overlooking proper packaging, reconstitution, directions, and dissolution.

The Cold Shoulder

Reports of overlooked controls, dropped pallets, and misplaced documents leave a chill in the air.
Jul 2, 2010

Reports of overlooked controls, dropped pallets, and misplaced documents leave a chill in the air.

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