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Faculty: Susanne Manz


  • Date: 1/12/2022 01:00 PM - 1/12/2022 02:30 PM
  • Location: Online Event

Description


    1. Almost every paragraph of the Quality System Regulation says that manufacturers shall “establish” procedures.This webinar will help you to write complete, clear, unambiguous, and flexible SOPs that accomplish that objective.You will learn techniques for creating concise and easy to read SOPs that your employees can understand and will follow.Well written SOPs ensure result in more consistent process output and quality results.
      Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) are a critical ingredient in an effective and efficient Quality Management System.SOPs are typically one of the first things an investigator asks for in an inspection.Well written SOPs send a message to the FDA and Notified Bodies that your QMS is complete, accurate, and followed.More importantly, well written SOPs ensure that your personnel can consistently and accurately follow your processes resulting in correct outcomes and quality work.
  1. Why You Should Attend:


    “Inadequate SOP” observations still rank among the most frequently cited 483 and Warning Letter observations. SOPs are one of the first things an auditor/ investigator will review during and inspection. Most importantly, poorly written procedures make it difficult for your employees to understand and consistently follow procedures.This can lead to disastrous consequences including quality problems and even recalls. Poorly written SOPs can and do impact your business.

    Areas Covered in the Session :

    • Overview of the Regulations
    • FDA Expectations
    • Lessons Learned and Common Mistakes
    • Best Practices
    • Preparing for an FDA Inspection
    • FDA expectations for SOPs
    • Lessons Learned from 483s and warning letters
    • Common problems and mistakes
    • How to structure your QMS and SOPs
    • How to outline and format your SOPs
    • Should, Shall, May, Do Not, Guidance
    • Complete and concise
    • Using process maps to make procedures clear
    • Using diagrams and visuals
    • Maintaining and controlling SOPs
    • Ensuring adequate training to your SOPs
    • Best Practices
  2. Who Should Attend:

    • Quality Systems Specialists
    • Document Control Specialists
    • Quality and Compliance Specialists
    • Internal Auditors and Managers
    • Training Specialists
    • CAPA Specialists
    • Quality/Compliance managers or directors for Medical Device companies
    • General Managers wanting to learn how to understand Quality System requirements
    • Subject Matter Experts who write procedures