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Articles by Control, a senior compliance officer

The Blame Game

When accusations fly: 'Tis better to give than to receive.
Dec 2, 2008

When accusations fly: 'Tis better to give than to receive.

Holey Smoked Fish Flakes!

Production problems come in all shapes, sizes, and ... species.
Nov 2, 2008

Production problems come in all shapes, sizes, and ... species.

Human After All

To err may be human, but to really mess things up, you need management.
Oct 2, 2008

To err may be human, but to really mess things up, you need management.

Hits and Strikes

Operators are hit hard by breakage problems and strike out on FDA inspections.
Sep 2, 2008

Operators are hit hard by breakage problems and strike out on FDA inspections.

Suspicious Times

Agents report unusual chemistry, abnormal data analysis, and unconventional work practices.
Aug 2, 2008

Agents report unusual chemistry, abnormal data analysis, and unconventional work practices.

Deviations and Delays

They may have seemed harmless at first, but these ideas took a big bite.
Jul 2, 2008

They may have seemed harmless at first, but these ideas took a big bite.

The Use of Complaining

Customers complaining lead to some serious explaining.
Jun 2, 2008

Customers complaining lead to some serious explaining.

Troubled Waters

WFI system deficiencies and damp tax records cause problems for two plants
May 2, 2008

WFI system deficiencies and damp tax records cause problems for two plants

Vapors, Venison, and Videos

Essential components of a good inspection: good ingredients, proper inserts, and ... deer?
Apr 2, 2008

Essential components of a good inspection: good ingredients, proper inserts, and ... deer?

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