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Christine Park, Quality Expert, discusses Management Review & FDA Inspections in her latest video clip.
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This 6 item content package, authored by Christine Park, quality expert, includes a 2 ½ hour webinar recording and powerpoint training presentation, SOP template, powerpoint training presentation template which enables you to prepare your own Management Review presentation and an excel spreadsheet document which enables you to easily track management review items. READ MORE...
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Written by a former FDA Investigator with 20+ years experience, this incredible content package includes 22 procedural templates, SOPs, excel spreadsheets and tools which will help you identify, categorize, organize, investigate and effectively execute CAPAs. Read More - Click Here
This package contains three (3) content elements in effectively managing suppliers, including:
1. Supplier Quality Agreement Master Template
2. Supplier Gap Assessment Matrix (Excel spreadsheet document)
3. Supplier Prioritization Tool (software tool)
The Supplier Prioritization tool is designed to assist in prioritizing supplier management activities based on a quantitative approach to risk.
Consideration is given to business, risk, product regulatory classification, as well as supplier performance criteria.
It is based on a simple 1,2,3 ranking for each of the identified criteria.
It is customizable to fit any quality system requirement, whether IVD Pharmaceutical, biotech or med device.
Author Christine Park provides a video capability demonstration of the tool. enKap VP Terri Melvin introduces Christine, and she begins the presentation by showing 2012 Supplier-related Warning Letter trends - Click Here to view
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Watch John Stromp, the author of our e-textbook - industry's definitive "how to" training and auditing resource on Part 211 Regulations) speak about various topics...click here for more information and complimentary excerpts
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Our Author, Rob Packard of Medical Device Academy (http://medicaldeviceacademy.com) writes in this excerpt from his article, 7 Ways to Investigate Complaints when Devices are not Returned, “Regulators also look for trends associated with a specific lot of raw materials or manufacturing operator. To perform this type of analysis, I recommend a systematic approach. The tool I recommend…Continue
Posted by Terri Melvin on June 19, 2013 at 8:30am
Our author Rob Packard of Medical Device Academy writes, “How can you evaluate an auditor's ability to interview people, take notes, follow audit trails and manage their time? The most common solution is to require that the auditor "shadow" a more experienced auditor several times, and then the trainee will be "shadowed"…Continue
Posted by Glenn Melvin on June 9, 2013 at 8:00pm
In this excerpt, our author, Rob Packard of Medical Device Academy (http://medicaldeviceacademy.com)
writes, “An OEM may receive dozens or even hundreds of product quality complaints each year. During a recall, there may be hundreds of complaints per month. One of the greatest challenges in complaint handling is making sure that you have done enough when you are unable to…Continue
Posted by Terri Melvin on June 7, 2013 at 10:30am
1. Read and re-read the draft regulations now
2. Read blogs and discussion threads related to the draft regulations for the next couple of months
3. Take a webinar on the draft regulations
4. Draft a plan for revising procedures (date) and updating technical documentation (date)
5. Get management approval for…Continue
Posted by Terri Melvin on June 5, 2013 at 9:30am