Validation Master Plans (VMPs) are written to guide and implement an organization with its validation strategy. The Validation Master Plan is different from a validation procedure (SOP), which describes the WHY for performing validation activities. The VMP describes the WHERE and HOW of a process validation program.Price:$250.00. Contact info : OnlineCompliancePanel Phn. no. +1-510-857-5896 Fax-+1-510-509-9659 firstname.lastname@example.org Event link https://www.onlinecompliancepanel.com/webinar/DEVELOP-IMPROVE-MASTER-VALIDATION-PLAN-507598/AUGUST-2017-ES-TRAININGREGISTRY
This course will help participants examine issues on the project from multiple viewpoints. While a General Contractor certainly has one perspective on the project, so too do the Owner, Architect/Engineer, Subcontractors, and other Stakeholders. By learning to present issues in the right framework we decrease adversarial behaviors on the project and increase the likelihood that our proposals for additional work will be accepted.
Participants will also learn to negotiate better terms and conditions before contracts are awarded. The clients have a belief that everything is free on bid day, but there are ways that Contractors can push back and still get the work.
The FDA in 2011 instituted its latest interpretation. Many have not chosen to take it seriously or change their business model. The paradigm has shifted and this presentation will articulate what has changed and how we need to react. Validation as derived from industry practice has a new spin. This presentation will take you through that development and demonstrate how some in the industry have reacted to the new expectations.
Stephen Hull, a 20 year veteran of medical device reimbursement will provide first hand insight into the core requirements of key global markets and offer advice on how to best assemble your global evidence strategy.
Detailed slide materials will provide the frameworks and pathways for reimbursement across the target markets.
The session will also describe the latest developments in new requirements or hurdles posed in each market.