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Writing error-free procedures while complying with GMP regulations

In the area of GMP regulations, procedures are very vital, for both execution and audits. It is always true that the greater the clarity and comprehensiveness with which these procedures are written; the easier it becomes for users to use them without missing important information for regulators.

Despite the advent of technology into almost all the areas of GMP regulations; there is still the existence of the human factor. It is still the major culprit when it comes to losses that many industries sustain in their quality and production. Technology has pervaded most industries in ways that were not imaginable a couple of decades back; yet, it is not likely that human error will ever be totally eliminated.

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Having said this, it is also true that it is possible to prevent several human performance problems. The starting point of human errors start is the design stage. Human reliability comes into play in a major way in procedures. The key to human engineering, improving and/or fixing and identifying exactly where the weaknesses in the procedures instructions lie is getting a grasp of human behavior and the psychology of error.

A learning session on all the aspects of writing for GMP regulations

An understanding of the weakness in procedures that harm productivity, quality and regulatory standing will be the major learning a webinar from Compliance4All, a leading provider of professional trainings for all the areas of regulatory compliance, will be offering.

The speaker at this webinar is Ginette Collazo, a human error and human behavior expert, who brings vast experience in the technical training, organizational development and human reliability areas. Interested in gaining insights into how to understand and reduce human errors in GMP procedures? Then, all that you need to do is to register for this webinar by logging on to http://www.compliance4all.com/control/w_product/~product_id=501285L...

Discussion of all the areas of human error in writing for GMP regulations

At this webinar, Ginette will discuss everything from content development to formats designed for human error reduction due to procedures. She will start with an outline of SOP writing and describe the role and possibility of human error in content development. She will also discuss the universal purpose of procedures in the background of regulatory compliance.

Ginette will expound the human perspective and the rational for procedure use and describe human error as a root cause. She will also explain the thinking and reading process and touch upon some common mistakes and causes.

Human error rates and measurement, the ways of creating and maintaining a procedure, as well as the goals of a procedure, will all be taken up.

Taking a glimpse at Good Procedure Writing practices

Another of the areas Ginette will traverse during the course of this very interesting session is Good Procedure Writing practices, during which she will dwell upon all its related aspects such as Terminology, Formats, layouts, mixed cases, steps content, common words, references, branching, conditional steps, the use of “Precautions”, “Warnings” and “Cautions”.

Finally, she will also explain procedure styles and the use of electronic information networks for procedure access. All in all, this promises to be a very educative and well-rounded teaching session. All the important people involved in GMP regulation and human factors, such as QA/QC Directors and Managers, Process improvement/excellence Professionals, Training Directors and Managers, those in Plant Engineering, Compliance Officers, Regulatory Professionals, people in Executive Management, Manufacturing operations Directors and Human factors Professionals, will all derive benefits in large measure from this webinar.

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