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FDA Compliant QC and QA Practices: How to Create a Perfect FDA Audit-Ready QMS
Non-compliant QC and QA practices form the root of practically all the findings during FDA audits and are the most common reasons for delays in market approval. It is required to control quality of the goods manufactured via robust quality control (QC) and quality assurance (QA) processes. The practices followed by an organization should be described in the Quality Manual (QM), and form the core of the Quality Management System (QMS). Principles of QC and QA are poorly understood by many companies. Many organizations either use the two terms interchangeably, or do not have a clear distinction between the two aspects of quality. The issues are aggravated in resource-limited settings where QC and QA functions are merged and/or performed by the same individuals.
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This seminar will discuss the common QA and QC related finding at an FDA audit and ways to address them. Key differences between QC and QA, along with best practices to manage the two aspects of quality for better performance and compliant practices, will be discussed. Easy solutions to common issues with QC and QA practices will be discussed using case studies and examples.
Whether you are setting up a new quality system or managing an existing one, this seminar will give you tips to reasonable methods for easy compliance with FDA requirements. This webinar, presented by a leading QA expert will discuss the key elements of QC and QA, the Quality Manual, and the overall QMS from the perspective of an FDA auditor. Key components of each element along with tips to prioritize critical steps to compliance will be discussed. Special considerations in resource-limited settings will be discussed. What works and what doesn’t in creating QC and QA departments, training of personnel, documentation requirements, and compliance checks. The seminar will highlight key strategies to maintain high quality operations that can assure controlled operations, acceptable product, and robust documentation systems. Common errors and potential solutions will be discussed using examples and case studies.
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