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Five Best Practices for Using Email in FDA Regulated Industry
Emails are the most frequent mode of communication due to their ease of use, convenience of access, and automatic tracking. However, email records are also the most common area of concern during audits by FDA. Almost all the communication during a product development, marketing, pharmacovigilance, and practically all aspects of the regulated industry depends on emails between team members, management, legal, and financial compliance professionals. Emails act as the key evidence to demonstrate timely reporting, decisions, project management activities, and regulatory activities. Proper security measures, archiving, organizing and storage of emails are critical competencies expected of all FDA regulated companies. Most companies lack comprehensive policies on email use and lax enforcement of rules. In addition, company often lack training in email etiquettes, best practices for formal and informal communication, remote access of emails, and security measures for using public and private broadband outside corporate offices.
Why should you attend:
This webinar, presenting by a leading quality assurance industry expert will discuss FDA expectations from email policy, and best practices for avoiding errors and accidents. The session will highlight key regulatory requirements, dos and don’ts, common areas of concern, and trouble-shooting practices for FDA regulated industry using case studies and examples from the presenter’s vast experience helping companies big and small in dealing with email-related issues. The webinar will provide precise and complete list of measures and checklists to be implemented by FDA-regulated companies to bullet-proof their email systems. The training is designed to provide a well-rounded training to all stakeholders in all aspects of the FDA rules and practical tips for complying.
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