Tag: Calibration

  • How to Designate, Control, and Track Standards

    Blue Mountain Regulatory Asset Manager (Blue Mountain RAM) can: Accept the designation of certain equipment to act as calibration Standards Monitor condition as Overdue (for calibration) or Failed (most recent calibration) Offer appropriate Standards for assets under calibration, by presenting Standards of the same Standard Class as listed on the asset (“Standard Class” is a […]

  • Going Mobile Drives Paperless: Dendreon Success Story

    As part of our Going Mobile Drives Paperless blog series, we teamed with Dendreon Corporation to co-present a webinar to share their success of going mobile and driving paperless in their facility with Blue Mountain RAM. This blog is a summary of the Dendreon success story on going mobile. If you are interested in watching […]

  • Going Mobile Drives Paperless: Microsoft® Surface

    Going Mobile Drives Paperless: Microsoft® Surface

    In the latest blog, we analyzed the growing use of the Apple® iPad including the benefits and drawbacks of using it for maintenance and calibration work. In this blog, we want to highlight the Microsoft® Surface in comparison to the Apple iPad.  These two tablets are the primary choices among Life Sciences in their manufacturing […]

  • Combining Calibration and Maintenance Functionality in Blue Mountain RAM

    Need a solution that increases efficiency while providing a solid return on investment? Watch and learn about how combining calibration and maintenance functions in Blue Mountain RAM can help you save money on the bottom line. To learn more about our products and services, call your Regional Sales Manager at 800-982-2388.

  • Leveraging Technology for Maintenance and Calibration: Document Storage

    Document Storage in a Paperless Environment Now that we have covered (in this paperless series), the benefits of leveraging technology for maintenance and calibration along with some of the necessary components, specific functionality of paperless systems and how it all has affected work execution, we will now dive into how to manage documents in a […]

  • Leveraging Technology for Maintenance and Calibration: Work Execution

    Work Execution in a Paperless Environment In this blog series, we discussed the benefits of leveraging technology for maintenance and calibration along with some of the necessary components and specific functionality of paperless systems. As we move forward, we will discuss how going paperless has changed the face of work execution and how maintenance and […]

  • Contract Laboratory Qualification

    I’m happy to have the chance to update the site with another editorial, and amazingly, it still takes little time to think of another topic to pencil in for posting. There are so many to choose from. Finding the time to write them can be another story, but here I am. I’m on yet another […]

  • Pipettes in a Regulated Environment

    For me, all of this started not with pipettes, but with automatic burettes. We were in fact not allowed to use pipettes in that laboratory, in favor of class ‘A’ volumetric glassware. The sample preparation deliveries supported HPLC test methods, and I can’t say I blamed the scientific director for disallowing their use, due to […]

  • Top 5 Reasons to Attend SMRP’s Annual Conference

    Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professional’s (SMRP) Annual Conference takes place this year in Indianapolis, Indiana from October 14-16, 2013 with a focus on productivity, best practice solutions, and emerging trends in 5 great pharmaceutical and biotech presentations. The Pharmaceutical and Biotech Special Interest Group (SIG) gains additional attention this year in the conference with […]

  • Bound by Overly Stringent Process Tolerences in Calibration Management

    Welcome, Metrologists, QA Personnel, Regulated Personnel and otherwise, Where to start? This being the first of a series of editorials on life in the field of calibration in regulated environments; I ponder the genre of materials that I could contribute, should contribute, in addition to things I would like to blog, but probably shouldn’t… What […]