5 steps to navigating WHO’s temperature mapping guidelines

The WHO’s guidelines for temperature mapping are commonly known as a strong indicator of regulatory compliance. That being said, these guidelines are not a walk in the park to navigate or implement.

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Date: June 26th

Time: 3.30-4.30 PM CET, 2.30-3.30 PM GMT, 9.30-10.30 AM CST

The WHO's temperature mapping guidelines are more than directives; they can be a guiding light when applied correctly.

Therefore, the risk of misinterpretation can have serious consequences for the entire operation. Learning how to interpret them correctly can ease your operational processes and ensure compliance.

This is why we want to invite you to a talk about how you can mitigate risks by utilizing the WHO guidelines correctly.

Join us in uncovering the best practices and strategies to navigate the WHO guidelines for temperature mapping.

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Key takeaways

  • Understanding the WHO’s guidelines for temperature mapping
  • The practical steps to implementing these guidelines in your mapping strategy and processes
  • The pitfalls to avoid when performing a temperature mapping to stay compliant
  • Q&A session

Meet the speakers

  • Jakob Konradsen,
    Co-founder & Chief Quality Officer at Eupry

  • Aleš Ukmar,
    Senior consultant at Eupry

Client Testimonials

  • The calibration of the Eupry temperature loggers is easy and quick. I received a box with the new sensors (…) It took me under an hour to calibrate 40 loggers – including the time it took to find the refrigerators.”

    Kasper H. Christophersen

    Research Associate at Novozymes

  • “Automated temperature monitoring allows us to relax knowing that the temperature is automatically recorded, giving us reliable alarms if temperature deviation occurs.”

    Dora Adanic

    Chief Operating Officer at Genera Research

  • “The Eupry data loggers were easy and convenient to set up, the flexibility of the system offers the possibility to be aware of any change whenever there is a problem, and more importantly, the archives which hold all data in the cloud can be achieved at all times.”

    Elvis Bergue

    Electromechanical and Water Manager at Axonova