Right the First Time - eLearning
From the executive suite to the custodial staff, Right the First Time is always the goal of drugmakers. This new training program brings home that message with real-life examples of ethical choices and challenges every employee can relate to.
- A colleague asks you to verify something you haven’t seen. What’s the right thing to do?
- A coworker asks you to speed up batch review beyond what you can handle. What’s the right thing to do?
- An employee discovers a coworker varying from an SOP but is afraid to challenge. What’s the right thing to do?
- An employee encounters a friend in a social setting who is aware of an adverse event but is reluctant to share information about it. What’s the right thing to do?
Each scenario challenges employees with questions of how they’d handle the situation. You discover both wrong and right ways to proceed. The message is driven home:Doing the Right Thing is Always the Right Answer.
In certain situations, it may not be obvious what the right thing is. Right the First Time addresses potentially sticky issues including:
- How to identify subtle pressures that lead to unethical behaviors
- How to respond when requested to behave unethically
- How to handle awkward situations involving ethical dilemmas
- Importance of doing the right thing the first time
- And much more.
GMPTraining.com, designer of this eLearning course, is widely recognized for its GMP training for pharmaceutical manufacturers, focusing on regulatory compliance.
You’d pay thousands of dollars to create this custom staff training. This 14-minute course and training package does the job — for far less.
Workplace errors can lead to FDA sanctions. It’s not worth the risk — especially when an easy-to-use eLearning course like Right the First Time can head off the problem. Build productivity. Order NOW.
Right The First Time – eLearning edition will be delivered to you on disc in one of three formats. Please choose the one that’s best for you:
CD (The program is set to run directly off the provided CD.)
Web (The program is set to load onto your company intranet/internet.)
LMS (The program is set to run in your learning management system.)