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Whether you are a novice in managing audits, or a well-experienced professional, managing audit with multiple auditors and multiple audit paths can be especially challenging.
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This course is designed to help you overcome these challenges.
Today’s Quality System and regulatory audits are becoming more complex, as regulations and practices change. With the advent of the revised European Union Medical Device Regulations, (EU MDR) and the implementation of the Medical Device Single Audit Program (MDSAP), many companies will experience a reduction in the overall number of external audits, but a significant expansion in the scope and coverage of the audit. ISO registrars may be auditing for compliance to multiple regulations and product specific requirements. Companies will continue to be expected to provide documents, records and SME’s in a timely manner. With the advent of programs such as MDSAP, response times may be more restrictive, and delays could result in derogatory audit results.
For global and matrixed organizations, these expanded audits can be especially challenging, due to operations in various geographies, time zones, and regulatory environments. Preparation is vital and this course is designed to provide the processes and tools to help you with that preparation and to ensure effective audit management, regardless of the audit’s complexity.
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Deb Simpson is a seasoned Quality Systems management professional and consultant in the Life Sciences industry. As the most senior Quality leader, Deb has successfully led and managed countless external audits for her employers and clients, including ISO, FDA, AATB, and compound audits. Deb holds certification as a lead auditor for both ISO 9001 and 13485, and has experience with a variety of regulated products, including implantable, injectable, and combination products, both active and inactive.