How to Perform a Remote Audit
Supplier Management training is an important component of a c, and Supplier Audits are crucial in a supplier management process, but not all audits need or even should be on-site audits.
Learn when, why and how to perform a remote audit with this efficient and effective webinar. Learn key practical advice for setting agendas, planning with the auditee, looking at remote records, asking questions and reporting on results. Create plans and decisions for when to make partial remote audits to make the best use of your time.
Use the readily available tools to make your remote audit a success.
Why Should You Attend
You should attend this webinar to make the most of your time and your resources in your supplier management and audits. Do not waste time planning and traveling to a supplier before there is a useful need to audit.
This webinar will teach you when, why and how to perform a remote audit to save you time, money and effort. Maybe you want to qualify the supplier audit by remote and perform the on-site audit after manufacturing has begun. Or perform the on-site audit first and then establish remote audits to maintain supplier management. Work out what works best for you and learn the tools to do so.
Areas Covered In This Webinar
The benefits of a remote audit in a supplier management system
Quality management system training
When to plan remote audits
Why to plan a remote audit
How to plan a remote audit including the agenda, contacts, reviewing documents, asking questions and reporting results
How to combine remote audits with onsite audits
How to save time, money, and effort with remote audits
Learning the practical basics of a remote audit
Discuss when and why to perform a remote audit
Who Will Benefit
Quality Assurance Professionals
Material Supply Engineers
Cinta Burgos has been involved in the Biotech and Medical Device industry and medical research for over 20 years; working in various positions in research engineering, validation engineering, and Quality Assurance in large companies as well as small start-ups. Prior to entering the industry she was a microbiology laboratory researcher. The Biotech Box Consulting was Co-founded in 2014 to establish a base for pre-packaged solutions (SOPs, forms and templates) and well as out-of-the box consulting. Cinta operated CB Biotech Consulting from 2003-2013, supporting GLP and GCP laboratories and studies; developing and maintaining Quality Systems from Design Control/Product Development to cGMP manufacturing; conducting ISO, GMP, and GCP audits, managing complaint, risk, and corrective action systems, training, due diligence, and regulatory submission support. She has audited and supported small start-ups as well as in large, global companies. Cinta has a BS in BioPhysics from UCSan Diego, has completed graduate student level work in Mechanical Engineering, is currently on the Board of Directors of ASQ Biomedical NEDG, and is an active member of SWE.
Some products Cinta has helped support or bring to market are pacemakers, stents, oxygenators, filled vial automatic systems, blood substitutes, biosimilars, vena cava filters, neuro shunts and clips, monoclonal antibodies, cell separation, embolotherapy, heart monitoring equipment, IVD, combination devices, medical mobile apps, direct to consumer cosmetic electronic and software controlled systems.
Specialties: Validations; FMEA/Risk Management; Quality Systems and Documentation; Complaints; Design Control; Training; Internal, Supplier, and Clinical Audits