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21 CFR Part 820 - Quality System Regulation - Applying Principles of Lean Documents and Lean Configuration

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Deadline: April 19, 2017 | Date: April 19, 2017

Venue/Country: Online

Updated: 2017-03-09 19:51:58 (GMT+9)

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All life science businesses are required to maintain their Quality Management System (QMS) processes in a state of control, via controlled documents and objective evidence in the form of records.

Medical device manufacturing plants, required to follow 21 CFR Part 820, have the additional responsibility to ensure that each and every step of the manufacturing process is controlled by work instructions, SOPs, set-up instructions, equipment maintenance, and support functions, and that evidence of this work is maintained by controlled records.

Prior to computer systems and databases, managers and quality personnel created complex visual numbering schemes, cross-referencing methods and complex filing systems for purposes of retrieval and control. These grew over the years into the extremely complex and convoluted systems we find today throughout the life sciences, including the medical device industry.

As is often the case, automation and computers do not always replace the legacy methods, policies, and rules that were necessary with manual and paper systems but are now obsolete.

Unfortunately, that is the case in the overwhelming majority of medical device companies. The benefits of automation and information retrieval systems are not fully realized due to the legacy policy constraints that still hamper them.

In this webinar, we apply the Theory of Lean documents and its corollary Theory of Lean Configuration to present a fresh approach to following 21 CFR Part 820.

Why Should You Attend

If you are constantly struggling to create, manage, and maintain all of the information found in controlled documents, all of which are often redundant, repetitive, and clustered together in an awkward manner, this webinar is something that will give you a different perspective and a very different approach that you can use.

If your design and manufacturing resources are spending too much time on documentation and not enough time on actual design and manufacturing you as a manager need to be looking for ways to simplify their work.

This webinar presents a new approach yet is based on solid principles and proven practices.

Areas Covered in this Webinar

Brief introduction to Lean Documents and Lean Configuration

Quality System Regulation, 21 CFR Part 820, and ISO 13485 as these apply to design control documents

Basic functions found in a life sciences manufacturing plant

Key types of controlled documents and records for manufacturing

Quality Management System (QMS) elements controlled via documentation

Bringing it all together

Learning Objectives

This webinar presents a new approach yet is based on solid principles and proven practices.

Who Will Benefit

Managers, Supervisors, Directors, and Vice-Presidents in the areas of:

- R&D

- Manufacturing Engineering

- Design Assurance

- Quality Assurance

- Operations

- Document Control

For More Info, Please Click below URL:

https://www.demystifiedsolutions.com/trainingDetails/21-CFR-Part-820-Quality-System-Regulation-Applying-Principles-of-Lean-Documents-and-Lean-Configuration-DEMY051427


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