Suitability

Invalid Components and Composition in CDT is Illegal Error Messages

Invalid Components and Composition in CDT is Illegal Error Messages The error messages may occur when a User attempts to Save and Check In an existing Formulation. Formpak will check the Item in the Composition of the Formulation to ensure only permitted Item Classes are used in the Composition. Also the error may occur if a User attempts to Modify an existing Composition of a Formulation and the User does not have the required Permission. If the User attempts to Save and Check In Components whi...
Read More

Suitability Check in Find Matching Items

Suitability Check in Find Matching Items In Find Matching Items you have the option to include a Suitability Check as part of your search. This option is found in the ‘Library Details’ group. To access this group, you will need to click the double arrow ‘Expand’ button. Once the option is selected you are given the option to specify the Party, Application, Dosage and TO. First the system will find items matching the search criteria, then they will be checked against any s...
Read More

Suitability Constraint Conditions Overview.

Suitability Constraint Conditions Overview Exclusivity: This is a global constraint that is always present. Conforms if either:- The ‘Library’ of the Item is not ‘Exclusive’. The Company is one of the Item’s ‘Intended Parties’. Note that only one party needs to be Intended; this allows access to e.g. third- party manufacturers, testing laboratories etc on behalf of the exclusive Party Limit Property Minimum:Conforms if the value of the Property for the I...
Read More

Suitability Example List

Suitability Examples See the article links below for examples of different suitability checking Suitability Constraint Conditions Overview Suitability Constraint Conditions Overview. Suitability – Limit GHS labelling on final product How do I add suitability constraints which limit GHS Labelling on the final product? Suitability Constraints are compliance rules which are applied when you perform a Suitability Check. Suitability – Exception for Party Suitability exceptions are used wh...
Read More

Suitability Overview

Suitability Overview Suitability Constraints are rules or compliance checks which can be targeted at parties including regions, customers, suppliers, even your own business, for example to reflect policies about ingredient use. The rules can be applied in many different circumstances, to combinations of item types, single items, items in applications and relating to the application and dosage. When ‘Suitability Check’ is triggered the item is checked against all the rules that apply...
Read More

Suitability – Add Constraint for Acute Toxicity

Suitability – Add Constraint for Acute Toxicity The acute toxicity hazards e.g. Harmful if swallowed H302, Harmful in contact with skin H312, are based on LD50 calculations and do not have a TFV hazard. Therefore, if we want to avoid these hazards in application, we cannot use a ‘Property Maximum’ condition and instead need to use the condition ‘Limit Property Minimum’ targeted at the Acute Toxicity Estimate (ATE) Properties. Example 1: Avoid Toxic / Fatal if Swallo...
Read More

Suitability – Add Exceptions Based on Application

Suitability – Add Exceptions Based on Application Some clients may ‘ban’ an ingredient from being used in their products, except they allow it for specified applications. For example, they may ban ingredient ethanol from their products, except if the product will be used in an application of alcoholic drinks or fine fragrance. You can reflect this situation in Suitability Management, using ‘Exceptions’. As a summary the exceptions have to be exactly equivalent to th...
Read More

Suitability – Add Exclusivity Constraint

Suitability – Add Exclusivity Constraint This constraint can be used if you have a product which is exclusive to a customer or group of customers (e.g. different divisions of the same company or a client and their third-party manufacturer) and should not be submitted to other customers. Exclusivity is required to be a global constraint because it must check all parties to determine compliance. Add a New Suitability Constraint Select which formulation(s) is required to be exclusive for whic...
Read More

Suitability – Ban lower level allergens on a Label (EUH208)

Suitability – Ban lower level allergens on a Label (EUH208 for CLP) This constraint can be used if you have a customer or group of customers who want to prevent lower level allergens appearing on their product label due to the CLP requirement for EUH208. An example of EUH208 is ‘Contains Citral. May produce an allergic reaction’. To the customer or group of customers with this requirement, add a Suitability Constraint as follows: Add a constraint with a ‘Property Maximum&...
Read More

Suitability – Customer raw materials allowed

Data Import and New Property (for Customer ‘allowed’ raw materials and suitability) Background Sometimes a customer provides a list of allowed raw materials, meaning any other ingredients are prohibited within their formulations. Formpak can help in this scenario by: Importing the status of ‘allowed’ for each raw material Advising on properties, so the status for a formulation can be calculated from the status of the raw materials Advising on suitability, so that during p...
Read More