This came across my desk this morning, and I followed up by speaking with the presenter. It’s targeted at FDA regulated environments adopting GMP, but would work equally well for ISO 9001 or AS9100 users.

The event is “How to write error free procedures and comply with GMP regulations” and is given by Dr. Ginette Collazo, a human error and behavior expert with 15+ years experience in organizational development. ┬áIt’s a 90-minute webinar scheduled for April 18th, 2017, at 1:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time. Cost varies, so check the registration page for pricing (on the right side of the page where it says “Training Options.”)

As I said, even though it’s targeted at GMP regulation users, it would be equally useful for ISO or AS users, so just overlook the GMP stuff. Given that so many ISO and AS nonconformities are attributable to human error in one capacity or another, and so many would be resolved by better-written procedures, I think it’s critical.

The agenda includes:

  • The human perspective
  • Human error as a root cause
  • The thinking and reading process
  • Common mistakes and causes
  • How to create and maintain a procedure
  • The goals of a procedure

To register, click here.

Full disclosure: I’m mentioning this only because it looks interesting and of use to my readers. I have no relationship with the presenter or AtoZ Compliance, and am receiving no incentive or payment for this announcement.

    About Christopher Paris

    Christopher Paris is the founder and VP Operations of Oxebridge. He has over 25 years' experience implementing ISO 9001 and AS9100 systems, and is a vocal advocate for the development and use of standards from the point of view of actual users. He is the author of Surviving ISO 9001:2015. He reviews wines for the irreverent wine blog, Winepisser.