SEPTEMBER 26-27 | CARL PATTERSON
A successful audit is dependent on understanding what we could expect from regulators. This can be observed by looking at the focus of recent inspections within the industry. Such case studies will help companies to analyze their own practice and address similar issues in advance. This seminar is intended to help you prepare for and manage an FDA inspection in a proactive and effective manner. Regulators expect audits and self-inspections of the manufacturer to assure the quality of its own operations and those of its suppliers and contractors via repeated audits. FDA and other regulators have contributed to and endorsed ICH Q10, Pharmaceutical Quality System, which explicitly recommends audits as a key element in the review of process performance and product quality and also in the management of outsourced activities and purchased materials.
Why You Should Attend:
Because of the extreme criticality of GMP audits and the potential consequences, many pharmaceutical manufacturers have adopted a program of internal GMP audits in order to find and correct areas where the firm is not in full compliance with the GMP regulations before an FDA audit occurs. There are several problems with this approach, however. The auditors may not fully understand the regulations and may not have been trained in audit techniques. Another impediment is that an internal auditor is monitoring his/her friends. It is very difficult to point out errors committed by a friend since by calling attention to a lack of compliance may be interpreted as “telling on” the friend and possibly causing a problem for them.
This seminar will provide you with the knowledge, understanding, skills and confidence to audit all aspects of pharmaceutical manufacture and control, whilst retaining the cooperation and respect of the other auditors.
|SEMINAR OBJECTIVES||WHO SHOULD ATTEND|
1. 10 Most Commonly Cited GMP Deficiencies
- Quality Assurance Departments
DAY 1 (11 AM to 1 PM)
10 Most Commonly Cited GMP Deficiencies
DAY 2 (11 AM to 1 PM)
Detailed Investigations: How to avoid an observation
COURSE DIRECTOR: CARL PATTERSON
Carl Patterson is a seasoned Pharmaceutical Manufacturing, Aseptic Processing, and Quality Assurance Professional who is based in San Diego, California. As soon as he discovered the importance of biotechnology in the area, he was inspired to enter the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry. However, his avid interest in all things biology, microbiology, and biochemistry officially began when he served in the U.S. Army as a Preventative Medicine Specialist and a Licensed Vocational Nurse.