Perishables, such as foodstuffs, pharmaceuticals or medical supplies all need to be stored in product specified environmental conditions. How do you ensure that you are adhering to the standards applicable to you?
Food Safety (General Food Hygiene) Regulations introduced in England and Wales in 1995 mean that accurate and continuous temperature monitoring is essential for the safe storage of food and to demonstrate due diligence.
Laboratories, blood banks, pharmaceuticals, blood products and general hospital environment all require temperature and humidity to be maintained at a constant to meet health, storage and quality requirements.
Submitted by Jack Hughes on Thu, 2009/03/12 - 16:54
An introduction to the Simple Network Management Protocol or SNMP from an environmental monitoring perspective. It certainly isn't simple, but it does offer a number of benefits for your environmental monitoring projects.