FDAnews Announces — How to Write Error Free Procedures Workshop, June 14-15, Raleigh, NC

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The How to Write Error Free Procedures workshop is designed for people who are responsible for writing procedures, instructions, batch records, forms, validations or any other controlled document. Through a combination of discussion and interactive exercises this workshop will teach attendees the proper way to write procedures and other documents to minimize the human factors that lead to human errors.

How to Write Error Free Procedures
**Presented by Ginette M. Collazo and FDAnews**

June 14-15, 2016 · Raleigh, NC

http://www.fdanews.com/humanerrordrugdevice    

This workshop is designed for people who are responsible for writing procedures, instructions, batch records, forms, validations or any other controlled document.

Through a combination of discussion and interactive exercises this workshop will teach attendees the proper way to write procedures and other documents to minimize the human factors that lead to human errors. Specifically attendees will learn:

  •     The reason for procedures. Participants will begin the course with a discussion of the importance of using procedures and how they can be used to train, execute and troubleshoot to prevent human error. Participants will also learn when, how and why to categorize procedures as a root cause.
  •     How to create and maintain procedures. Participants will be taught the 7 steps needed to write error-proof procedures and then work with fellow attendees to develop a working plan and checklist to execute the steps.
  •     Writing rules and content development. Participants will practice writing steps, sub-steps and conditional statements. Each submission will be evaluated in a group discussion and changes will be suggested. By the end of the exercise attendees will have all the tools needed to write clear and succinct procedures.
  •     Human error deviations. Participants will be taught when to perform a process vs. procedure analysis and why it is important to do so before establishing a procedure revision as a CAPA for human error.

The workshop will conclude with participants using case studies to brainstorm root causes. Using situations identified throughout the workshop, participants will try and apply the appropriate tool to identify the error.

Who Will Benefit:

  •     QA/QC directors and managers
  •     Process improvement/excellence professionals
  •     Training directors and managers
  •     Manufacturing operations directors
  •     Human factors professionals
  •     Plant engineering
  •     Compliance officers
  •     Regulatory professionals
  •     Executive management

Workshop Details:
How to Write Error Free Procedures
**Presented by Ginette M. Collazo and FDAnews**
June 14-15, 2016 · Raleigh, NC
http://www.fdanews.com/humanerrordrugdevice

Tuition:
$1,797

Easy Ways to Register:
Online: http://www.fdanews.com/humanerrordrugdevice
By phone: 888-838-5578 or 703-538-7600

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