FDA Inspections - Managing inspection 483's, warning letters and responses to the FDA

Manchester
Tuesday, 18 November 2014
FDA Inspections - Managing inspection 483's, warning letters and responses to the FDA
Tuesday, 18 November 2014 08:30 - 17:00 (GMT)

Manchester Marriott Victoria and Albert Hotel
UK, HS, MD, MDFDA, CR
+44 (0) 161 832 1188
Water Street
Manchester
M3 4JQ
United Kingdom

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FDA inspections are incredibly stressful events particularly for the less experienced medical device manufacturer.

Understanding how a deficiency is being identified by the inspector and the expected responses and actions by the manufacturer from the Agency is by in large the most critical aspect of any inspection process. Senior Management and Quality Responsibilities within Europe are more used to European Notified Body Non-conformities and thus underestimate the expectations by the US Food and Drug Administration. In particular through…
  1. too fast a response,
  2. a lack of understanding of the “root-cause” and systemic issues and… 
  3. creating a negative impression of the company by the agency.

This 1 day course will help you to understand the bigger picture relating to the FDA inspection programme, the formulation of deficiencies and the expectations by the agency on how you should respond and what actions you should be taking.


Course Outline

  • About the FDA inspection process
  • How the FDA inspector formulates a case / identifies a non-conformity
  • The Form 483 – How it is written, issued and the expected responses
  • Warning Letter – Why it is written, how it is written, issued and expected responses
  • Internal Communication when receiving a 483 / Warning Letters
  • The differences between EU Notified Body Non-Conformities and FDA deficiencies
  • Hints and tips to avoid further action and manage the process effectively.

Course Tutors

  • James Pink
  • Yvonne Middlefell


The start and finish times given are approximate, please contact our office for further information.
 

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