Major CGMP Issues - US FDA Concerns in 2022

Live Webinar | John E. Lincoln | From: Nov 17, 2022 - To: Dec 31, 2022

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This webinar will evaluate the chief areas of FDA CGMP and EU compliance inspections to see actual and anticipated changes in emphasis, and how to better prepare with a company's proactive internal inspection/audit program.

Areas Covered:-

  • Recent industry trends, bad and good
  • The FDA’s Strategic Priorities
  • Major foreseeable problem areas for 2022 onward - The "Heavy Hitters"
  • A company gap analysis
  • Correcting problem-prone areas
  • Avoid complacency from past “good” audits
  • The Most Frequent / Serious 483’s – 483’s that generate Warning Letters
  • The risk-based phased approach – what does that mean
  • Prove “State of Control”
  • Entropy - a major "player"

Why Should You Attend:-

A review of recent US FDA Inspectional Observations / FDA Form 483 Observations, as well as FDA statements and actions, indicate the major areas of regulatory concern. The past is no indicator of present or future concerns. The Agency uses publicized high-profile cases to drive compliance in the regulated industries. Certain CGMP areas, e.g., CAPA, are receiving increased scrutiny. "Risk-based" (patient risk) is another. Failure to correct problems leads to Warning Letters or more severe regulatory actions. The requirement for "better science" must be evident in compliance. "Business as usual" is never acceptable, but do some of a company’s documents reflect that outdated thinking? Also changes from the EU, MDD to MDR, ISO 13485:2016 ... confusion over what is "Risk". Don't be caught off guard by these major shifts in emphasis. Refine internal audits and get your company prepared to address the FDA's most recent requirements both in the US and outside.

This tougher emphasis also affects clinical trial expectations, product submissions, and company response requirements. This change has a major impact on individual compliance objectives, efforts, and measurements of success. The definition of "Risk" in systems and documentation can make the difference in a "Pass" or "Fail" regulatory inspection.

Who Should Attend:-

  • Senior Management
  • Regulatory Affairs
  • Quality Assurance
  • Production
  • R&D and Engineering
  • All personnel involved in a U.S. FDA-regulated environment especially those involved in new product development, line extensions, and incremental product improvements, have to evaluate those changes to existing FDA-cleared 510(K)'s and then document their decisions in harmony with regulations.