Webcast Zeroes in on Avoiding Recalls

Mon, 10/01/2007 - 6:18am
In the chemical processing world, peace of mind comes by achieving expectations for safety, quality, and customer satisfaction. Thats no easy task. Chemical streams demand constant attention. Everything must be traced and monitored from unit quantities to expiration dates. To shed light on this complex problem, CHEM.INFO magazine is presenting a streaming audio and video webcast titled "Avoid the Recall Nightmare: Why Lot Traceability Makes Good Business Sense" on Wednesday, Nov. 7. You can register for the free event, which will include 30 minutes of informative presentations and 30 minutes of live Q&A, by going to

In this educational webcast, you will hear from leaders of the industry who will talk about the most pressing issues and regulations impacting chemical processing plants today. You will also learn how the latest lot traceability methods can deal with these and bring safety, quality, and profitability to your plant. The webcast will examine how an enterprise solution can keep you in compliance and accurately track batches from their points of origin through the manufacturing process — and ultimately to the customer. In addition, it will show how you can save time — and react faster — by not having to trace lots manually.

The webcasts three panelists will be Joseph G. Acker, president of SOCMA (the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Association); Lori Pauly, solution specialist at Tectura; and Eric Olander, president of Electrochemical Products Inc. The moderator will be Lisa Arrigo, editor-in-chief of CHEM.INFO magazine.


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