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Successful Japan Lead Auditor course

We successfully delivered our highly praised GMP Auditor/ lead Auditor training course in Osaka, Japan, for the third time a few weeks ago. The course will be presented again in Osaka next year in early March 2020

Design Criteria for an Effective QMS

Most of you will already have a QMS that has already been designed so  the contents of this video will help you to consider how you can evolve an existing QMS to cope with new regulatory...

What to include in an audit report

An audit report is an essential part of the audit and this article lists the key items that you should ensure are in your audit report contents.

A Quality Manual – what is it and what should it contain?

A Quality Manual is a very useful document that not only gives guidance and direction to an organisation’s own personnel, but gives a potential customer, inspector or auditor an appreciation of an organisation from the outside. If designed well it can be used as a tool to sell an organisation, to show what a positive quality ethos they have and can show how good an organisation is and how seriously it takes its Quality Management System.

Planning to perform audits

As with everything else in life, planning is everything. An audit is much more effective for everyone concerned if the auditor takes a short amount of time to plan the audit correctly. This article incudes a checklistlist of things to include in the planning of any effective audit.

GMP Auditing Articles and News

Read our articles on GMP auditing relating to regulatory compliance in the Pharma industry . The 5 most recent articles are shown in the slider and the rest are shown in date order below.

Non-conformity – not following a procedure

A common finding when auditing is discovering that the organisation or department that you are auditing is not following their own internal procedure or policy.  This is a non-conformity, and should be raised as such.  The problem is – what clause of the standard actually states that you should follow your procedures?  On investigation this is not as easy to find as you might like to think!

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Procedure or documented procedure?

In many standards that exist there are often statements such as “there must be a procedure to control training records”.  Whilst I am sure that none of you will disagree with a statement such as this there is an element of unclarity in the statement itself.  It surrounds the use of the word “procedure” and what is meant by a procedure. 

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Management Review – what is it for?

In this post we look at the reasons for performing Management Review, where the idea of Management Review has come from, what should be discussed, what the outcomes should be, who should attend and how often they should take place.

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The benefits of being IRCA registered

Our 5-day Pharmaceutical Lead Auditor course is registered with IRCA, the International Register of Certificated Auditors.  This is the world's premier organisation for professional auditors and sets down minimum standards for auditors and auditor training courses. ...

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Basic audit findings and clauses

When you are auditing you will often find non-conformities. These occur when the department, process or organisation that you are auditing is not following a requirement of the standard that you are auditing against. For many of you who perform audits in the...

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Audit preparation

I perform a number of audits throughout the year. Most are supplier audits but some are internal audits. In order to make the audits as efficient as possible I recommend good planning for the audit – rather than just turning up on the day and “going with the flow”.

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The Focus of Audits – Have we got it right?

Most people will have some involvement with being audited.  In general audits are classified into one of three different types; namely first party, second party and third party.  First party audits are often called internal audits or self-inspections.  Here you are...

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Auditing – Opening and closing meetings – How to do them professionally

No matter what type of audit you are involved in it is essential that it starts and finishes well. Opening and closing meetings offer the forum to do this. A well run and professional opening meeting sets the scene for the audit and, if done well, creates a great first impression. Likewise, a well run closing meeting draws the audit to a close in a professional and controlled manner.

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