Human error causes 80% of drug manufacturing failures, studies indicate. Want to discover secrets of reducing human error, improving your products and fending off the FDA? By all means, read on ...
What causes drug manufacturing failures and recalls? Human error. Time after time, CAPA investigations single it out as the root cause of violations.
If there were a magic formula for ending human error, we’d share it. But here’s the next best thing — systematic best practices and strategies that have been proven to cut human error and boost success on the factory floor.
Learn them yourself — in half an afternoon.
This is your invitation to log on Tuesday, Dec. 8, and discover the new management science of human-error reduction in drug and biologic manufacturing.
Your guide for this webinar is Ginette Collazzo, Ph.D., an authority on industrial/organizational psychology boasting more than 10 years’ experience with major drugmakers including Bristol-Myers Squibb, J&J, Schering-Plough and Wyeth.
She’ll map 4 best practices for determining the scope of problems:
And she’ll demonstrate a 5-point method for improving staff training and reducing human error:
We’ll cover specifics:
It’s a lot of ground to cover in only 90 minutes, but don’t worry — not only will you gain a new perspective on error reduction, but you’ll get answers to all your questions, too. This webinar is totally interactive, with the presenter fielding your questions via email. Now’s the time to start drawing up your list.
Manufacturing may involve thousands of employees. You may want dozens or hundreds to participate in this critical learning session — and they can! There’s just one low registration fee per location, regardless of how many participants log on.
Forget the band-aid approach. Learn methods and models that are proven to cut human error in half — and even more.
Ginette Collazo Ph.D. has spent more than 10 years in technical training, organizational development and human reliability for Bristol-Myers Squibb, Johnson & Johnson, Schering-Plough and Wyeth. An active researcher in specialized studies related to human reliability, she is the author of numerous publications on these topics.
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