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What are the receiving procedures at Fisher Clinical Services in Allentown, PA?
1) Require a 24-hour notification of shipment, including the approximate arrival date and storage condition of shipment.
2) An accurate packing list, which includes the following.
     < A detailed description including synonyms
     < Lot#'s and expiration dates
     < Each inventory unit, lot# and quantity per lot# listed individually
3) A Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) is required for all active drug products to ensure that all safety precautions are taken during product handling. (A MSDS is available through the manufacturer.)
4) A Certificate of Analysis (C of A) is required for all drug product. (A C of A is available through the manufacturer) The C of A provides Fisher Clinical Services (FCS) with necessary physical descriptions and manufacturing specifics of the lot referenced.
5) A Certificate of Compliance (Cove C) is required for all primary contact components. (A C of C is available through the manufacturer) The Cove C provides FCS with proof of batch production approval and documentation that the batch was manufactured using current Good Manufacturing Practices. (cGMP)
6) The shipping containers should be clearly identified with the product description, storage condition, lot# and quantity enclosed. If the product is a material pooled, each shipping container should be marked with the range contained within.
7) Receiving hours are from 7:00am until 4:00pm. 24-hour notice is required for shipments that may arrive outside of these parameters. This is to ensure appropriate personnel are available for handling product upon arrival.

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