Check if is possible.


The tracing system is described in the .


A good tracing stands or falls depending on the correct input of the and the of the various .

All are recorded in . The following points must be checked:

  • of incoming goods in the system;
  • Coding of the products.

Actions by abnormalities:

  • If products are not coded, this must still be done.
  • The registered batches must be checked a possibly reregistered in order to make the tracing correct again.
  • Blocking of products until tracing works correct again.
  • It must be checked whether the given training has been effective.
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