Controlled and Regulated Chemicals: Ensuring Compliance in Research and Manufacturing
White Paper Feb 16, 2021
Any industry that handles large amounts of chemicals needs to be able to correctly identify and handle both controlled and regulated substances. Pharmaceutical industries face demanding regulatory requirements relating to the safe and legal use, storage and supply of chemicals. As companies and regulatory complexity continue to grow, simply name searching or using key words to check chemical libraries for the applicable regulations will not suffice. However, compliance checking via the chemical structure can be exploited to easily and automatically find out if a chemical is regulated or controlled.
Download this whitepaper to:
• Discover how to determine what chemicals are regulated or controlled
• Explore common challenges and simple steps that can be taken to improve compliance
• Decipher how regulatory requirements differ between countries
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