DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "How to Write Effective SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures) Training Course" conference has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Standard operating procedures (SOPs) play a crucial compliance role with regulations. It is therefore essential that they are well written and easy to use. If SOPs are not followed correctly, the validity of data generated is compromised, leading to inspection findings and non-compliance issues which could lead to delays in bringing a drug/device to market.
This interactive SOP course has been specifically designed to help you develop the skills to write and produce the content of SOPs using a best practice process, review and implement SOPs and ensure you comply in a regulated environment.
You will come away with the confidence to use a process to write, update and implement effective SOPs.
Benefits of attending:
- Master the art of writing user-friendly SOPs
- Learn how to prepare the content of SOPs
- Discover how to implement and manage SOPs effectively
- Carry out effective SOP training
- Ensure your SOPs incorporate appropriate regulatory requirements
Who Should Attend:
- All those in pharma, biotech, generics, devices and animal health industries who are involved in preparing, reviewing and/or managing SOPs
- Ideal as an introduction and also helpful to those wanting to ensure they are aware of best practice
- Particularly relevant for those in GxP areas including clinical research, pharmacovigilance, QA, regulatory affairs and GMP
Key Topics Covered:
Fundamentals of effective SOPs
- When are SOPs needed and why?
- The difference between SOPs, policy documents, work instructions and local guidance
- Determine the scope, roles and responsibilities associated with SOPs
- Identify the essential structure of SOPs - Share best practice: what makes a good SOP?
- Identify who should write, review and authorise SOPs
- Current thinking in writing SOPs and an example of a good SOP
- Example of a best practice SOP
Write concise and user-friendly SOPs
- Translate the flow of operations into the document
- Write SOPs that are sufficiently detailed, but not restrictive and limiting
- Understand the target audience and account for end users' needs
- Tips for how to write the content, format, style and presentation
- Defining SOP content using mind-mapping and flow-charting
SOP implementation and management
- Review and approval processes for SOPs
- Handling updates - when should SOPs be updated and how?
- Distribution, version control
- SOP training
- How to maximise end-user compliance
- Exercise: write an SOP using best practice methodology
Ensuring your SOPs meet regulatory requirements
- What needs to be included for compliance in GxP areas?
- Current regulatory trends
- Tips for what auditors and inspectors look for when they review SOPs
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