To understand and accept the Good Practice as defined by this Code being important to the production of compliant products for the supply chain to use.
Establish identity control and process control systems that allow each item entering production to be linked to the process, the conditions used, other raw materials used and any process control assessments made.
Recording all process control information in direct connection to the goods in process.
Recording formulation usage data in terms of batch and quantity consumed and its relation to process control.
To operate process control features independent of production that ensure all goods are assessed and confirmed as meeting process control requirements in a fail-safe procedure before they are approved for despatch.
Allow any subsequent testing of any goods processed to be linked to all the relevant process control data.
To demonstrate knowledge and understanding of all aspects of testing and performance requirements and to identify where the necessary process controls and other test methods used both meet and diverge from standardised procedures.
To ensure that a commitment to achieving process control is robust, transparent and available for audit.
To recognise that testing made without identification of materials within the objectives of this CoGP are without meaning or value.
To recognise that achieving compliant production is more important than isolated testing results.
To understand and operate fully and properly within the legal requirements demanded of any company that uses and applies chemicals as part of their operations.