Best Practices Template
With the Best Practices template of Blue Mountain RAM, you can achieve GMP compliance and implement quickly on a limited budget.
The Best Practices Template works well for firms who want to leverage industry Best Practices to jumpstart their operations or for getting into compliance after an audit. With the Best Practices Template solution, you won’t have to compromise functionality. Our team of industry experts designed this template to include a full set of features and functionality that includes:
- Complete control of an asset’s life cycle from induction to retirement
- Enforcement of SOPs and electronic signatures with GMP business rules
- Management of all work – calibration, corrective and preventive maintenance and validation
- Paperless work flow and data capture for maintenance and calibration events
- Management of measurement data and work plans
- Management and notification of calibration and maintenance incidences and/or failures
- Full reporting, including work and asset analysis, querying and audit trails for turning data into actionable knowledge
- Pre-configured Best Practices Template which overlays the Blue Mountain RAM platform
- User documentation for getting started and ongoing use
- Work instructions (SOPs) that can be validated for use and administration
- Business process flow diagrams
Since it’s a tightly, pre-configured software implementation, a complete validation package is available and ready to go, speeding the validation process.
- Software Quality Assurance (SQA) documentation
- User and Functional Requirements
- Traceability Matrix
- Installation Qualification (IQ) and Performance Qualification (PQ) test scripts
- Digital copy of pre-executed Operational Qualification (OQ) tests performed by Blue Mountain
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