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By Greg Weilersbacher

Many companies limit change control to documentation, such as batch records, SOPs, protocols and specifications, while handling equipment and change control in isolation. As a result, new equipment is often installed and connected to utilities without input from facilities, engineering, validation and quality personnel. This article provides a detailed framework that companies can use to design compliant equipment change control procedures. Read more.

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