Key Factors to Write an Effective Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) and Work Instructions (WIs)
This webinar is designed to outline the characteristic of an effective work instruction, and Standard operating procedure.
The webinar is also designed to help differentiate Work Instructions from Standard operating procedures. Attendees will learn the steps used to write effective work instructions and Standard operating procedures.
Why Should You Attend: The current shift in FDA thinking is that manufactures do not give their employees enough direction to perform their jobs. This thinking is reflected in many warning letters that written to organizations by several FDA field offices. The problem is compounded by the confusion in the pharmaceutical, Biotech, and Medical device organizations as to what a Standard operating procedure is, and what a Work Instruction is.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Who Will Benefit:
- How to write a work instruction
- How to write a standard operating procedure
- Properties of an effective work instruction
- Properties of an effective Standard operating procedure
- The differences between work instructions and Standard operating procedures.
- Quality managers
- Quality Engineers
- Process Engineers
- Manufacturing Engineers