I'm hoping that I can get some advise on how to execute an effective label verification process.
Here is some background information:
We are a small company that produces vitamin supplements only. We hire contract manufacturers to make our products and we are responsible for providing the labels.Our label verification process is very all over the place as of right now. The most difficult stage of the whole process is keeping track of label revisions before the final approved label is sent to the printer.
Any suggestions on how to make this process simpler or more defined?
How should we track label revisions during the drafting process?
How many people should be reviewing the label before final review and sign off by QA?
Should we incorporate label numbering system with a format that can help those reviewing the label to easily identify what product/ label revision number they are looking at instead of having to look through the label and find what is different from the previous label revision?
Any advise would help!