Laboratory Controls – Anticipate the Systems Based FDA Inspection

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Date Sep 6, 2018
Time (2:30 pm to 3:45 pm)
Cost 16,440.00
Online
This training on laboratory controls will focus on all of the systems that are in a laboratory that will be audited by an FDA inspector in a typical systems-based inspection. After this webinar, you will fully understand how to prepare your laboratory for FDA. Many QA and QC personnel in the pharmaceutical industry are not familiar with the FDA systems-based inspection model. They are also not aware of the types of 483 observations that many FDA auditors make today. One of the most scrutinized areas during these inspections is the laboratory. Because of this, it is important for lab personnel to know the techniques used the FDA inspections during these types if audits. Knowing the systems, the FDA will look at is also key so that the lab can be properly prepared for the audit.

Areas Covered in the Session :
  • Defining the Systems Based Inspection
    • What are Lab Controls?
    • FDA inspection techniques
    • Why FDA switched to Systems based Inspections
  • Preparing for a Laboratory Audit
    • Training of analysts in proper inspection behavior
    • Review of materials, equipment, tests and assays
  • Inspection Expectations and Results / Real Life citations
    • Responsibilities of QC / QA personnel during the audit
    • Addressing observations or findings
    • Real life citations

Who Should Attend:
  • Quality Control Departments
  • Quality Assurance Departments
  • Manufacturing Departments
  • Regulatory Affairs Departments
  • Operations Departments
  • Senior Management

 


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