In many circumstances it may be sufficient to simply track the number of widgets you have in stock. But if you make or distribute products that impact health or human safety then you are required to maintain materials traceability records. These records enable sources of defects or contamination to be discovered and the resultant products to be quickly recalled so as to minimize further injuries or deaths.
Many companies currently maintain these traceability records in paper form. They are now under increasing pressure from their customers and government agencies to capture electronic traceability records in a database. These databases are needed to avoid the delays and uncertainties in searching through paper records in the event of a recall. They can also be used to minimize the scope of resultant recalls and avoid shutting companies down or putting them out of business.
Learn how you can integrate materials traceability with normal inventory tracking functions by using barcode technology.
Discover how the latest advances in barcode, labeling and RFID solutions are employed in today’s business. In this presentation, you will quickly find out how to save money through improved efficiencies while insuring that you have the needed traceability records when (and not if) problems arise.
This presentation should be of interest to organizations that make or distribute products for the defense, aerospace, automotive, medical, food, pharmaceutical, cosmetic and environmental industries. It should also be of interest to organizations that need to track hazardous chemicals, waste and precious materials.
The presentation will be given by Dr. Peter Green, who is the Chief Technology Officer of BellHawk Systems Corporation. Dr. Green is a recognized expert in the use of barcode and mobile data collection technology for inventory tracking and materials traceability.
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