Data Integrity on the Shop Floor - METTLER TOLEDO

Data Integrity on the Shop Floor


Achieve Weighing Data Integrity while Ensuring Regulatory Compliance

Who should attend: 

  • Engineering Manager
  • ​Quality Manager​
  • Production Manager
  • Lab Manager
  • Plant Manager
  • Facility Manager​
  • Anyone in the Pharmaceutical or Biotech industry with an interest in Industrial Weighing relating to Batching, Data Communication, Filling & Dosing, Formulation and Recipe Weighing, Over Under Weighing, Precision Weighing, SQC & SPC, Tank Vessel & Hopper Weighing and/or Validation


Weighing processes are sometimes oversimplified or neglected, but remain as critical steps in pharmaceutical manufacturing. Dispensing raw materials, mixing and processing, checking granulation, tablet pressing, and filling and packaging are all processes that require weighing and documentation for complete, compliant batch records. As such, good documentation principles apply to these activities as stated in current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) guidelines.​

Automating all or part of data gathering with electronic solutions can help make sure documentation is accurate, traceable and stored safely. Understanding the benefits of weighing solutions with automated documentation is the key to designing regulatory compliant systems.​

Join METTLER TOLEDO to learn about Data Integrity and the ALCOA+ framework, important factors to consider when designing systems, and key solutions to common pharmaceutical weighing applications.​


You will have the opportunity to join different optional e-demos at the completion of the webinar.​

This webinar is free but registration is required in order to receive the login link. Register today to save your spot! 

Andrew Bowman, Global Head of Solutions Consulting
1 hour plus eDemo
Wed Sep 22 2021 15:00 +0000 [ English ]

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