I am in an R&D environment and have a monitoring system, that has changed
several times: manual collections, a couple of different electronic monitoring
systems, changes in configuration of the system, etc... and therefore, I have
data from several different sources.
Because of these changes I have the following questions:
1. What are your polices for keeping/maintaining Temperature, Humidity and
Light Environmental data?
2. How long do you keep/maintain the data?
3. If you change monitoring systems/equipment, how long would you maintain
the legacy data?
4. How would you maintain legacy data?
5. Who maintains the legacy data?
6. If you get rid of a chamber, how long do you maintain the data from that
7. If you moved to a new facility, how long would you maintain the data from
the previous facility?
8. Who decided what your policy would be and where is the policy
Any answers to these questions, as well as any other information or
observations, would be greatly appreciated,
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Stability Sample Processing
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Forth Worth, TX 76134
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