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.
Companies can prepare and train their staffs effectively for prior inspection management, but once the audit begins, certain difficult situations, requests or issues may arise that may prove hard to manage properly.
In this 90-minute accredited course, you will hear about real life examples of inspection issues on different topics such as Opening Day, Documentation, Tours, SME situations, Safety, and Inspection team situations. We will examine what went right and how the situation may have been handled differently.
What to expect during an FDA inspection
- The opening meeting, daily close out and final meeting
Real-life scenarios and how to properly respond
- How to handle difficult questioning, how to properly interact with the inspectors during the course of the audit
- Real life scenarios will be examined, how they were handled and what the result was
Tips for a successful audit
- Organizing the inspection rooms, teams and conducting the proper pre-audit training
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.