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Best Practices for Writing Effective SOP's for Quality Professionals

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Category Writing Effective SOPs, Writing effective Standard Operating Procedures, Writing effective Work Instructions, International Organization for Standardization, QMS structure, how to structure SOPs, SOPs and Work Instructions, how to write clear and readable documents, Common problems with SOPs

Deadline: March 27, 2018 | Date: March 27, 2018

Venue/Country: Fremont, California, U.S.A

Updated: 2018-03-08 21:09:17 (GMT+9)

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This training program will guide attendees in writing effective Standard Operating Procedures and Work Instructions. It will also discuss how to assess and write to the audience and how to review and revise SOPs and Work Instructions.

Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) are a critical ingredient in an effective and efficient Quality Management System. SOPs are typically one of the first things an investigator asks for in an inspection. Well written SOPs send a message to the FDA and Notified Bodies that your QMS is complete, accurate, and followed. More importantly, well written SOPs ensure that your personnel can consistently and accurately follow your processes resulting in correct outcomes and quality work. This webinar will help you structure your QMS and develop accurate, clear, unambiguous SOPs.

Objectives of the Presentation

Understand the mandates for documentation set forth by the regulators, such as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), and other governing bodies

Understand QMS structure

Know how to produce effective written correspondence

Understand how to assess and write to the audience

Know how to organize and deliver information based on the message

Understand how to structure SOPs

Know how to review and revise SOPs and Work Instructions

Understand common problems and areas for improvement

Why Should you Attend

This course will address how to write effective Standard Operating Procedures and Work Instructions in support of your company's activities. Attendees will learn how to organize and deliver information for the intended audience and purpose. They will learn how to write clear and readable documents, and how to revise and refine the documents.

Anyone who wants a comprehensive overview of the structure of the language and writing for reporting that the industry requires will find this webinar helpful. You’ll learn how to effectively write SOPs that remove ambiguity for employees so that procedures can be followed exactly the same way, every time.

Areas Covered

FDA and NB expectations for SOPs

Lessons learned from 483s and warning letters

Common problems with SOPs

How to structure your QMS and SOPs

How to outline and format your SOPs

Using process maps to make procedures clear

Using diagrams and visuals

Maintaining and controlling SOPs

Ensuring adequate training to your SOPs

Assessing and writing to the audience to produce effective written SOPs and Work Instructions

Reviewing and revising documents

Who will Benefit

Scientists, engineers, and technicians in research and development

Quality assurance (QA)


Information technology (IT)


Operations professionals

Document Control Specialists

Quality and Compliance Specialists

Internal Auditors and Managers

Training Specialists

CAPA Specialists

Administrative staff who prepare documentation in support of manufacturing operations

For Registration

Note: Use Promo Code YDEZ6H and get 10% off on registration (Valid till MARCH 31st 2018)

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