What you should know
To assure data integrity in life sciences industry laboratories, it is necessary to address procedural, behavioral, and technical controls. While it is regulated companies who are accountable for data integrity within their organizations, both regulated companies and laboratory instruments and their data management suppliers must be responsible for ensuring that all aspects of compliance are addressed.
This white paper outlines the controls that are needed to address data integrity in the laboratory, provides an overview of the procedural and behavioral issues that must be addressed, and explains how the LabSolutions CS analysis data management system fulfils the responsibilities for technical compliance with regulatory requirements for data integrity.
Download the white paper to learn more about LabSolutions, courtesy of Shimadzu.