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Be sure to carefully study *why* they want the SOPs. Is it for FDA
certification? ISO? Once you know what certification or compliance they're
going for (if any), then get a copy of the reqs involved and study hard. I
was once hired to write FDA SOPs. After a few months my client pegged me as
their FDA expert and even had me doing their pre-audit audits. It ended up
being very lucrative. The key is to learn those reqs.