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Old 18th December 2011, 12:33 AM
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Question Implementation of Traceability Matrix in Validation Life Cycle of Equipment

Normally traceability matrix is mandatory in software validations.
How helpful/relevant is this concept for equipment validations?
Equipment I am referring to is broadly in two categories:
1) Fabricated to customer requirements with PLC controls.
2) Pre-fabricated (kind of off the shelf) equipment with PLC-controls.

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Re: Implementation of Traceability Matrix in Validation Life Cycle of Equipment

A Quick Bump!

Can someone with this expertise respond?

Thank you very much for your help!!

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Old 19th December 2011, 03:33 PM
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Re: Implementation of Traceability Matrix in Validation Life Cycle of Equipment

I have personally used a trace matrix on equipment validation and found it quite useful. We took a traditional IQ/OQ/PQ approach and used the trace matrix to map requirements to verification tests in OQ.

I feel it's a great tool to help assess coverage, show completeness, track progress, identify and isolate regression testing, etc.
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