CCL Label Event – “The Human Factor”

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CCL Label Event “The Human Factor”

When: October 24,2013

Event: CCL Label Grand opening of its new facility in Quebec.

The teams from Global Vision and QCanywhere were recently asked to take part in the grand opening of CCL Label’s new production facility in Montreal. As one of its key partners Global Vision exhibited its latest innovative proofreading technologies to the hundreds of attendees from around the world.

Proofreading, inspection and quality control were paramount on the the attendees agenda as multiple new regulations are coming into effect worldwide.

 

The Global Vision team demonstrated its software and hardware systems for text, artwork, print, barcode and braille inspection that help maintain regulatory compliance:

 

Chemical

OSHA – Hazard Communication Standard

Controlling fonts and font sizes is required labels on chemical and hazardous products

 

Docu-Proof – Text Inspection

Validates that the correct font and text size is used on the label.

Verifies that the correct font, size and style are used to differentiate the Signal word

 

Digital-Page – Artwork Inspection

Verifies artwork including pictograms.

 

 

Food

EU Regulation 1169/2011

New label requirements including minimum font requirements on food packaging

 

Docu-Proof – Text Inspection

Validates that the correct font and font size is used during typesetting. The font type and size have a direct correlation to the X-Height of the final Printed Package.

Verifies that the correct font, size and style were used to define Allergies or Intolerances.

 

Digital-Page – Artwork Inspection

Inspects X-Height in mm on the artwork before it is printed.

Validates previous artwork to EU 1169/2011 version artwork, to ensure stylistic differences are present.

 

ScanTVS – Print Inspection

Inspects X-Height in mm on the final printed packaging.

Validate previous package to EU 1169/2011 version of the package, to ensure stylistic differences are present.

 

 

Braille

ISO 17351:2013

Braille is required on medicinal products in the European Union (EU)

 

BraillePoint – Braille Dot Measurement Tool

To inspect that Braille Dot Height meets the 0.20 mm requirements to ensure readability by visually impaired persons.

 

 

Pharmaceutical

Directive 2001/83/EC

Packaging content must match the approved QRD template from the EMA

 

Docu-Proof– Text Inspection

Ensures that the approved content contained within the QRD template is consistent with the   carton, folding boxes of the medicinal products.

 

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