RAPS - This course has been pre-approved by RAPS as eligible for up to 1.5 credits towards a participant's RAC recertification upon full completion.
The purpose of a regulatory inspection is to ensure that your facility is in compliance with FDA rules and regulations. Investigators want to know that product was manufactured appropriately and that the current Good Manufacturing Practices are up to FDA standard. An inspection can be very intimidating to all involved, but it is vital if you want an inspection that results in a satisfactory report.
Many organizations conduct supplier audits because they are required to do so by their customers or a regulatory agency. Others conduct the audits because they have been led to believe that it's a good tool for comparing various suppliers against an arbitrary list of criteria. While all of these reasons have varying degrees of validity, none of them articulate the best reason for having a robust supplier audit program. A good supplier audit program should allow an organization to assess and periodically re-affirm the ability of key suppliers to provide conforming product consistently, reliably and on-time. It should be one of the most important initiatives toward fulfilling the goal of having a sustainable supply chain.
In this 90-minute accredited training, you will learn the importance of having a good supplier audit program and how to develop one that is robust.
- Overview of Regulatory Requirements for Quality Audits
- Purpose of Quality Audits
- Audit Preparation/Audit Plan
- Conducting the Audit
- Introductory Meeting/Orientation
- Area Tours
- Document Review
- Time Management
- What is/is not an Audit Finding?
- Classifying Audit Findings
- Audit Wrap-Up Meeting
- Key Elements of the Audit Report
Who will Benefit
This course will be valuable to all individuals working within or managing a manufacturing program that supports either the R&D development of a new drug product or the manufacture of commercial drug product released to the market and would be beneficial to professionals in:
- Quality Control
- Quality Assurance
- Technical Operations
- Contract Manufacturers
- Manufacturing and Filling Operations
- Research & Development
Regulatory affairs personnel as well as individuals who are responsible for the review or audit of such inspections and reports would likewise find this course very worthwhile.