Flow Charts Sample Clauses

Flow Charts. This is one of the basic quality tool that can be used for analyzing a sequence of events. The tool maps out a sequence of events that take place sequentially or in parallel. The flow chart can be used to understand a complex process in order to find the relationships and dependencies between events. You can also get a brief idea about the critical path of the process and the events involved in the critical path. Flow charts can be used for any field and to illustrate events involving processes of any complexity. There are specific software tools developed for drawing flow charts, such as MS Visio. You will be able to freely download some of the open source flow chart tools developed by the open source community.
Flow Charts. You should provide a flow chart of the manufacturing process for each drug substance. For drug substances prepared from more than a single microbial strain, a common flow chart is acceptable, with indications of where the processing diverges. A flow chart should show the steps in production, equipment and materials used, the room or area where the operation is performed, and a complete list of the in-process controls and tests performed on the product at each step. You should include in-process holding steps and indicate time and temperature limits. Your flow chart should also identify manufacturing steps that 10 Many medical products are manufactured with, or otherwise use, ruminant-derived material because this material can provide necessary nutrients for cell growth. Bovine derived materials are frequently used. If a proposed rule published in 2007 entitledUse of Materials Derived from Cattle in Medical Products Intended for Use in Humans and Drugs Intended for Use in Ruminants” (72 FR 1583, January 12, 2007), is finalized as proposed, drugs for humans could not be manufactured from, or otherwise contain, prohibited cattle materials without written permission from FDA.are computer controlled. You may reference other sections of your IND for more detailed process information. You should also document equipment dedicated to specific areas or products.
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Flow Charts. Diagrams: ................................................................................................................................................................................ Listings: ................................................................................................................................................................................. ATTACHMENT 3 Escrow Agreement SUPPORTING MATERIAL Insert details of supporting material relevant to the Licensed Software, for example: technical documentation sufficient to allow a competent computer programmer to understand and maintain the version of the software to which the documentation relates. relevant maintenance tools and compilers and assemblers (if standard tools, description thereof will suffice) and third party software utilities. description of code generation. description of third party software required for support and availability thereof. identification of key personnel involved with the development of the software. operational manuals, listings, flow charts etc. details of machine/processor/system configuration. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Flow Charts. 3. Detailed Description
Flow Charts. – Goetsch and Davis (2006:520) describes a flow chart as a graphic representation of a process. A necessary step in improving a process is to flowchart it. In this way, all parties involved can begin with the same understanding of the process. The application for flowcharting is the inputs, steps, functions, and outflows of a process to more fully understand how the process works, who or what has input to and influence on the process, its inputs and outputs, and even its timing.
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