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Quality Digest Live -- March 8, 2019

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This week on Quality Digest live we talk to Kelly Kuchinski, product marketing manager at Cority, about FDA and OSHA compliance and how Environmental Health Safe and Quality software can help.

When it comes to meeting federal regulations, the cost of noncompliance can mean your business being shut down or even arrests. Any tool that helps you track and maintain records about your quality system, particularly where it intersects with legal requirements is important, and that is where Environmental Health Safety and Quality --- EHSQ --- software comes in.

Webinar: “Risk Management and Quality Across the Value Chain”

 

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