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    SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT TRAINING

    Click on the name of the course to be taken to our website for class schedule, class outline, and to register. Effective development and management of your supply chain network will cut your costs and enhance your customer value through supplier relationship management. This is a sustainable source of advantage in today’s turbulent marketplace, where demand is difficult to predict and supply chains need to be more flexible as a result. The real competition today is not between companies, but between supply chains. The winning approach to supply chains is an integrated perspective that takes account of networks of relationships, sustainability, and product design, as well as the logistics of procurement, distribution, and fulfillment. Logistics and Supply Chain Management Training examines the tools, core processes, and initiatives that ensure businesses gain and maintain their competitive advantage. Cost of this course is $1,999.00.
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    LEADERSHIP ESSENTIALS FOR TEAM LEADERS & SUPERVISORS

    Click on the name of the course to be taken to our website for class schedule, class outline, and to register. In this Leadership Essentials course, you will learn how to establish direction for your team and to influence and align them toward the company's goals, motivating and committing them to action and making them responsible for their performance.
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    AB RSLogix PLC Training

    Business Industrial Network provides on-site Allen- Bradley Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) troubleshooting training as well as seminars. (1.6 CEU) Now also free RSLogix 5000 training software to every attendee. No one else comes close to matching the value we offer.
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    21 CFR Part 820 - Quality System Regulation - Applying Principles of Lean Documents and Lean Configuration

    All life science businesses are required to maintain their Quality Management System (QMS) processes in a state of control, via controlled documents and objective evidence in the form of records. Medical device manufacturing plants, required to follow 21 CFR Part 820, have the additional responsibility to ensure that each and every step of the manufacturing process is controlled by work instructions, SOPs, set-up instructions, equipment maintenance, and support functions, and that evidence of this work is maintained by controlled records. Prior to computer systems and databases, managers and quality personnel created complex visual numbering schemes, cross-referencing methods and complex filing systems for purposes of retrieval and control. These grew over the years into the extremely complex and convoluted systems we find today throughout the life sciences, including the medical device industry.
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    Seminar on HIPAA, Mobile Devices, and Communications - Compliance and Using New Technologies for Healthcare Communications at SFO, CA

    Overview With the recent advances in portable technology, more and more organizations and their users are taking advantage of mobile devices to save time and get work done more efficiently. Texting, portable e-mail, and Apps are revolutionizing the ways health care providers interact with their patients and get their work done. But the use of these devices comes with hidden costs of compliance, especially if they lead to a reportable breach under HIPAA or state laws. HIPAA Privacy and Security Officers have been struggling to keep up with the use of the devices to protect patient privacy and avoid compliance issues. Even if these devices aren't in formal use in your organization, you need to act now to anticipate their use and make sure they are used properly.
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    Branding Your Culture

    Richard Mills provides proven methods to focus on the most important part of your company - your culture. Companies have products, services, intellectual property, financial assets, people and market recognition. The one thing that ties all of these resources together is culture. An organization's culture is the life force that defines its goals, fuels its development and measures its successes. What the marketplace perceives of an organization is usually the products it produces or services that it provides. The outward image of the company is its brand. This is not bad but it is a shortcoming of what is completely "behind the veil". Currently, a vast majority of brand loyalty the link to a company and its culture and not just the product or service. It is the ability to leverage this loyalty and culture that will provide market strength and grow when it would otherwise not occur.
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    Incentivizing True Growth - Targeting the Right Behavior

    Richard Mills delivers in-depth insights on incentivizing individuals, teams and entire organizations with plans that reward positive results and acknowledges mutual success. Territorial concerns and isolationist actions can be avoided with the proper balance of targets, metrics and milestones. When goals are set for a single sector of the organization and they do not match the goals of another sector, then offsets must be applied to compensate for the actual control that each group has to achieve their respective goals.
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    Webinar on Introduction to SPC (Statistical Process Control)

    Overview: Manufacturing involves an attempt to produce items that as closely as possible meet design specifications (e.g., size, strength, etc.). However, all production processes exhibit variation - that is, no two items are identical. What method can be used to reduce such variation? The classic and still most widely used method is called SPC or "statistical process control". SPC is a statistical tool that objectively identifies when it is worthwhile to perform a formal investigation of manufacturing variation, in order to identify and reduce its cause. Contact Detail: NetZealous - Compliance4All, 161 Mission Falls Lane, Suite 216, Fremont, CA 94539, USA. Phone: +1-800-447-9407 Email: support@compliance4All.com http://www.compliance4all.com/ Event Link : http://bit.ly/Introduction-to-SPC-Statistical-Process-Control
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    Seminar on Risk Analysis and Design of Experiments (DOE) in Process Validation and Development San Diego, CA

    This course is designed to help scientists and engineers plan and conduct experiments and analyze the data to develop predictive models used to optimize processes and products and solve complex problems. DOE is an extremely efficient method to understand which variables (and interactions) affect key outcomes and allows the development of mathematical models used to optimize process and product performance. The models also provide an understanding of the impact of variability in controllable and uncontrollable factors on important responses. The concepts behind DOE are covered along with some effective types of screening experiments. Case studies will also be presented to illustrate the use of the methods. This highly interactive course will allow participants the opportunity to practice applying DOE techniques with various data sets. The objective is to provide participants with the key tools and knowledge to be able to apply the methods effectively in their process and product develop
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    Corrective and Preventive Action (CAPA)

    Overview: Medical Device managers, engineers, QA personnel, as well as lean program leaders. Do you find yourself constantly struggling to create, manage, and maintain all of the information found in Corrective and Preventive Actions (CAPA)which is often redundant, repetitive, and chained together in a cumbersome way? Do you find that your design and manufacturing resources are spending way too much time on documenting the CAPA process and not enough time on actually correcting and preventing systemic issues? This webinar presents a fresh new approach based upon solid principles and proven practices - as well as an alternative that avoids many of the pitfalls of traditional ways of preparing these documents.
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    Is it Method Verification or Validation

    Overview: The Webinar will discuss the distinction between and requirements for method validation and method verification, to comply with ISO/IEC Standard 17025:2005 for laboratory accreditation in food/water microbiology. Quantitative and Qualitative methods have different performance measurement requirements and require different statistical analyses. Why should you Attend: Without a clear understanding of the different analytical approaches for verification and validation, laboratories often end up doing more unnecessary, costly work, with little benefit. Very often the inappropriate analytical strategy used is unacceptable to meet the requirements for accreditation and the effort needs to be repeated. Learn to do it right the 1st time.
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    Benefits of your SPC Program for Maximizing the 10 Keys

    Overview: Statistical Process Control charts have been called the Voice of the Process. Progressive manufacturers utilize control charts to "listen" to their processes so that potentially harmful changes will be quickly detected and rectified. However, not all SPC programs deliver to their highest capability as there are many elements to get right to achieve maximum utility. Why should you Attend: The webinar will provide a high level overview of Statistical Process Control. Ten important keys to maximize the benefits of SPC in any company are described in detail. The ten keys range from technical considerations to management practices. An understanding of these important factors will allow SPC to be implemented effectively so that the expected benefits may be realized.
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    Seminar on HIPAA Privacy, Security and Breach Notification Compliance

    This session is designed to provide intensive, two-day training in HIPAA compliance, including what's new in the regulations, what's changed recently, and what needs to be addressed for compliance by covered entities and business associates. The session provides the background and details for any manager of healthcare information privacy and security to know what are the most important privacy and security issues, what needs to be done for HIPAA compliance, and what can happen when compliance is not adequate. Audits and enforcement will be explained, as well as privacy and security breaches and how to prevent them. Numerous references and sample documents will be provided.
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    ICH Q11- API Manufacturing - 2017

    Overview: This webinar will address approaches to developing and understanding the manufacturing process for a drug substance. The information obtained will enable completion of the drug substance information in Module 3 of a CTD application. The webinar will address aspects of development and manufacture of the drug substance including steps to reduce impurities. Both traditional and enhanced approaches are discussed.
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    The DHF, DMR, DHR, and Technical File - Design Dossier 2017

    We will consider the following: The Design Control requirements of the CGMPs, 21 CFR 820.30 The Design History File - documenting Product Design Control and its nine elements The Device Master Record and the Device History Record The EU's Medical Device Directive The "Essential Requirements"; and their documentation The remaining elements of a Technical File / Design Dossier Trends Two attendee projects
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    Design Controls for Medical Devices - Regulations, Myths, Challenges, and Best Practices 2017

    Design Controls are essential for producing safe and effective medical devices. And Design Controls are considered a critical process by the FDA. Yet is still one of the most frequent areas for 483 and Warning Letter observations. This 2 days seminar will help you understand and develop design controls processes and tools that are a competitive strength for your company. Intrinsic quality, safety, and effectiveness of a device are known to be established during the design phase. Yet, statistics show that a significant percentage of all medical device recalls are due to design problems. And design problems can have disastrous results for your customer and for your company.
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    Expectations for Products Used in Early Phase

    FDA issued a guidance document covering GMP requirements for Phase 1 products. These guidelines remove some of the problems that are encountered with early phase products and are in addition to those that cover the CMC sections for IND submissions at Phase 1.
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    Manufacturing Safety - What you don't Know can Harm you

    In this webinar, we will explore the hazards related to the manufacturing facility on many fronts. To understand the plant work environment as it relates to safety, the employer must consider what the equipment the workers are exposed to on a daily basis.
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    Why Organizations need to use CAPA, What is its Purpose?

    Overview: In this webinar, we will review CAPA as part of Quality Management System (QMS), reasons why organizations need to use CAPA, what is its purpose. We will describe CAPA concepts and procedures. We will also describe FDA investigation procedure of CAPA. Why should you Attend: Corrective and preventive actions both include stages for investigation, action, review, and further action if required. Implementation of corrective and preventive actions is the path towards improvement and effectiveness of Quality Management Systems.
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    21 CFR Part 11 Guidance for Electronic Records - 2018

    Overview: This includes development of a company philosophy and approach, and incorporating it into the overall computer system validation program and plans for individual systems that have this capability. Why should you Attend: This webinar will help you understand in detail the application of FDA's 21 CFR Part 11 guidance on electronic records/electronic signatures (ER/ES) for computer systems subject to FDA regulations. This is critical in order to develop the appropriate validation strategy and achieve the thoroughness required to prove that a system does what it purports to do.