How to Host Regulatory Audits (FDA, EU and Health Canada)
Website https://compliance2go.com/product/?pid=CP2014-407 |
Category Biotechnology , Medical Device , Pharmaceutical
Deadline: January 15, 2022 | Date: January 15, 2022
Venue/Country: Houston, U.S.A
Updated: 2014-12-09 19:12:18 (GMT+9)
Call For Papers - CFPDESCRIPTIONWhy you should attendGetting through a regulatory audit and how to prepare for it, is vital for companies to know and often helps determine the direction of the audit. Preparation is key as well as knowing what inspectors will focus on and actions to avoid. This webinar will give attendees a template to use to help devise a training program to those responsible for meeting inspectors, the audit team, those who will deal with inspectors as well as upper management. Finally, after getting through an audit, observations made still need to be responded to and this webinar will give suggestions as to how best to address them. Description of the topicThe term “audits” and what it implies, whether performed by regulatory auditors, internal audit teams or third party customers, often invokes both anxiety and questions as to how best to prepare for them. The more a company prepares for an audit, the more likely the results will be to their benefit. Hosting an audit involves the training of all those who may have interaction with the auditors, along with knowing what to expect, how best to address issues raised and above all, how to avoid the mistakes that many companies often make. This webinar will help establish an outline for both the preparation for an audit, along with recommended practices for hosting one. Topics covered will include items to address prior to the audit, during the audit and actions required once the audit has been completed. Attendees will be given the chance to ask questions relating to past experiences with audit
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