California’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health or Cal/OSHA is responsible for enforcing workplace safety standards in the state. According to the laws of the state, all employers have to have an effective and running IIPP or Injury and Illness Prevention Program in place that can prevent health and safety issues in the workplace. This includes but is not limited to plans for workplace hazards, safety communication, and safety training programs.…See More
Good Documentation Practices (GDP) is a quintessential part of regulated manufacturing and laboratory environments. GDP has to be adhered to in the regulated industries because it is the only truly authentic method of ensuring that documents are audited and accounted for. GDP is also essential to keep track of and maintain control at all stages of the process and the product. GDP is thus a core requirement of a thoroughly developed Quality System. US Pharmacopeia (USP) has laid out a series of…See More
Having consulted in the patch and policed it for years the number on safety violation was not the offence but the attitudeNot doing the procedures as outline or letting consultant bully the workers…Continue
“Employee says he was trying to unstop a drain at the PS3B Unit on the premises when other workers resumed cleaning the area without notifying the employee or checking to see if he was still working…Continue
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