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Shurafa

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Originally Posted by Vibe-Rater
Finding the fine line between overdoing it and not is the challenge.


I cannot agree with you more.

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Shurafa

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Shurafa, I worked for 16 years in the pharma industry where MOC (or Change Control) procedures were strictly followed. QA people requested that everything was documented... even technical changes... but that industry is highly regulated so it's understandable that  non-technical people request these controls.



Batman,

I overlooked your post. You brought an interesting point which is the sensitivity of the workplace to the regulations. I assume nuclear plants for instance would be very strict also in such matters. Where is Peter?

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A learning experience is one of those things that say, "You know that thing you just did? Don't do that."

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Properly utilized the MOC system reduces the risk that the thing you just did had serious EH&S impacts.
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