COURSE ID 2965

Combination Product Risk Management Principles: Part 1

An Engineering and QA Perspective

AVAILABLE ON-DEMAND
Duration: 90 Minutes
Course Instructor

Frank Carroll

Price
$ 295
Discounts: We offer a 10% group discount when you register 2 or more attendees (up to 10). Contact us for groups over 10.

Course description

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Managing the complex lifecycle of combination products requires the efficient utilization of resources of a pharma/device company regardless if the company is vertically integrated, utilizes bth in-house and contract manufacturing, or is a truly virtual company.

Part 1 of this will define and apply recognized risk management principles in the identification of required GMP’s and Quality Systems Regulations, developing a risk-based, tiered supplier and material qualification system, and developing effective Master Supply Agreements and Request for Quotations (RFQ’s).

The course is appropriate for all operations, quality, development, and project management functional areas but will emphasize the perspective of Engineering and Good Engineering Practices where applicable.

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Identify and understand the FDA classification of combination products
  • Compare and contrast the use of risk management requirements from ICH, FDA, and professional engineering societies
  • Identify the minimum GMP and QSR requirements for combination products
  • Implement a risk‐based supplier and material qualification process
  • Implement best practices for developing Master Service Agreements and Requests for Proposals/Request for Quote
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This course is intended for professionals involved in the Pharmaceutical, Medical Device, Biopharma and Biologics industries.

Managers, Directors, and Specialists working in Engineering, Supply Chain, Manufacturing, Packaging, QA/QC and Project Management will benefit greatly by attending this training.

All operations, quality, development, and project management personnel who are involved in ensuring Good Engineering Practices should attend.

Course Instructor

Frank Carroll

Director, Supply Chain and Facilities, Zosano Pharma/ZP Group LLC

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