Laboratory document dating
Over 500 laboratories across the US and Canada use Document Control, including: No more hunting through manuals.
Provide your employees with the most up-to-date copies of policies and procedures relevant to their job description in an easy-to-use online system.
Care must be taken when inks are deemed to be indistinguishable using any testing method.
Take control of your laboratory's documents and procedure manuals.
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Laboratory documents provide the means to review laboratory activities.
They provide an audit trail to demonstrate to an inspector that certain activities have taken place.
Sometimes two inks can look identical to the naked eye but further tests may be able to distinguish between them. For example inks can be examined using infra red or ultraviolet reflectance at various wavelengths or using visible light but examining emissions from the ink in the infra red area of the spectrum (infra red luminescence).
Our examiners use an instrument known as a VSC 2000HR to carry out non-destructive specialised lighting examinations.