Quality control, the life line of any Drug Manufacturing Process, is apparent in monitoring the flow of materials through the manufacturing facilities, starting with establishment and enforcement of rigid standards for incoming materials, proceeding with testing and monitoring of in-process work and concluding with release of finished products which meet all fixed quality parameters.

In addition, in close cooperation with product development, the analytical research branches of laboratories develop an analytical procedure for new products and update methodology for current products.

Quality control scientists regularly attend educational seminars, equipment manufacturers training sessions and university master courses to supplement their training and upgrade their competence.