Most of our clients have tools that need calibration on an annual basis. Managing this process is not as easy as it should be because if you don’t know where your tools are, what they are used for and for how long you basically have no control. This information had to be kept in a separate log/database in order to keep track of what tool needed to be calibrated when. Most of these tools are truly mission critical especially when they are directly or indirectly part of an auditable process or activity. Utilization of only calibrated tools during your Research & Development phase of the product life cycle and your ability to proof it is instrumental for your organization.
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