By : Compliance Online
Date : 2012
Location : United States US / Palo Alto
FDA scope during inspection, preparation for the inspection, what to do during close-out interview. What documents not to show to FDA.
FDA inspections compliance training, FDA interviews closing out, close out interviews, FDA interviews responses
Does the FDA call in advance or just show up at my door? Where do I let the inspector go? Do I give them a tour? What should I let them see? Who should I let them talk to? Are they ever going to leave? The FDA inspection is the most nerve-wracking event in the life of a regulatory professional - you're in charge of compliance, usually in the background, and NOW you're in the spotlight, and if your performance isn't good, it's not the show that may close, it's YOUR COMPANY! However, adequate planning, training, composure, and understanding should result in many encore presentations!
This session will discuss how to prepare for the inspection, what to do during the inspection and the close-out interview, and how to respond to the inspection. Also contained in this session will be the limits of FDA's scope during an inspection, including what documents you are not required to show them, and the permissibility of photographs and affidavits.
Areas Covered in the Seminar:
- How to prepare for an FDA inspection.
- Development and contents of an SOP for FDA inspection.
- Personnel training before inspection.
- How to behave during an inspection.
- Limitations of scope of inspection.
- Response to investigation findings.
Who Will Benefit:
This webinar will provide valuable assistance to all companies that market in the U.S., since they are by definition subject to FDA regulation, in the Medical Device, Diagnostic, Pharmaceutical, and Biologics fields. The employees who will benefit include:
- Executive/senior management
- Regulatory management
- QA management
- Any personnel who may have direct interaction with FDA officials
Jeff Kasoff, RAC, is the Director of Quality at Byrne Medical, a leading manufacturer of consumables and instrumentation in the endoscopy field. In this position, Jeff is responsible for oversight of the quality system, including phase approval of design history files. For the past 13 years, Jeff served as Director of Regulatory Affairs at Life-Tech, Inc., where he was responsible for corporate compliance. Jeff began his regulatory career as the first full-time employee of Optex Biomedical, a device start-up, where he initiated their regulatory policies and procedures and prepared their submissions. Jeff received his Regulatory Affairs Certification in 1996.
Organizer : Compliance OnlineComplianceOnline is a Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society(RAPS) RA Professional Development Portal provider. ComplianceOnline is committed to enhancing the ongoing professional development of regulatory affairs professionals and other stakeholders through appropriate regulatory affairs learning activities and programs ComplianceOnline has agreed to follow RAPS-established operational and educational criteria