Webinar on Proactive Internal Auditing-The Key to Establishing, Maintaining, and Improving Quality Systems

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Date Aug 4, 2014
Time 13:00 pm
Cost $249.00
Online
This webinar provides a broad overview of the internal auditing functions starting with the concept of quality systems and their objectives, primarily using graphical methods. The webinar focuses on the role of the internal audit function throughout the product lifecycle. It focuses on the importance of using knowledge to prevent failure and to improve the quality system.
The internal audit is part of a monitoring system that provides Senior Management with the knowledge to act as needed to maintain and improve the associated quality processes. While  the internal audit is inherent in the device regulations, the internal audit in the pharmaceutical environment has been less structured but has become more formalized structured in the FDA 2006 guidance, The Quality Systems Approach To the Pharmaceutical Good Manufacturing Practices. In 2008, ICH published, ICH Q10, Pharmaceutical  Quality Systems, that describes the role of audits in maintaining and improving the quality system. The FDA adopted ICH Q10 in 2012.
The FDA regulated industry at all levels fear FDA inspections. The most likely reason for this fear is that deficiencies will be found that require significant actions and time to correct. A proactive internal auditing system providing ongoing communications to management combined with appropriate management action can relieve these fears and provide greater confidence.
Middle and Senior Management from all functions involved in establishing and executing corporate strategy and objectives. It is particularly applicable to companies new to the FDA regulated industry.
Senior quality management will gain insight on how quality systems work and will be able to better understand senior management responsibilities. Provide knowledge that can be used to persuade others concerning quality matters.
 
Finance, Sales and Marketing, Operations, Procurement, and Human Resources who have an active or supporting role in Quality.
Other quality personnel who have the desire and/or potential to advance to quality leadership.
Areas Covered in the Session :
Defining and describing the modern quality system and its life-cycle
What are the objectives of internal auditing?
Defining the audit process and its cycle
Organizing the quality audit functions
Can a job description be written for an internal auditor?
Auditing Responsibilities
in the internal audit is not the same as FDA inspection
Auditing may be both subjective and objective
The inter-functional audit team
Going way beyond the audit checklist
Categorizing findings-CAPA, remediation, or improvement
The audit report life-cycle
Internal Auditing trends
FDA enforcement of internal audit requirements
 
Who Will Benefit:
Middle and Senior Management
Companies new to the FDA regulated industry
Quality Assurance
Quality Control
Regulatory Affairs
Senior quality management
Compliance Director
Vice Presidents
Consultants
Project Leaders
Research & Development
Sales and Marketing, Finance & Cost Accounting, and Procurement Departments
Operations Department
Human Resources who have an active or supporting role in Quality
Other quality personnel who have the desire and/or potential to advance to quality leadership
 Price Tags:
Live
Single Live : For One Participant
$ 249
Corporate Live : For Max. 10 Participants
$ 899
For more information and enquiries contact us at
Compliance Trainings
5939 Candlebrook Ct, Mississauga, ON L5V 2V5, Canada 
Customer Support : #416-915-4458 
Email : support@compliancetrainings.com

 


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