Organizing Data and Document Archives: Finding a Needle in a Haystack for FDA Inspections – Webinar Recording/Transcript
Are your documents as organized as you think they are? Can you easily put your hands on the documents FDA investigators request? Or are you searching for that needle in a haystack?
Paper documents unscanned. Naming conventions that don’t make sense. Emails as GXP documentation. Poor communication with the vendors that generate your data. Non-functional (or non-existent) SOPs. Documents missing altogether. Yes, data retrieval is in a sorry state at far too many drug, device, biologics and diagnostics companies.
But your next inspection day doesn’t need to become a scavenger hunt. Create effective new SOPs for electronic document management or improve existing ones. It’s easy — when you know how.
FDAnews has invited a leading GXP (GCP/GLP/GMP) consultant to help you get control of your data. In 90 fast-paced minutes you’ll learn the basics of developing best practices and SOPs that turn inspection nightmares into routine management tasks.
- How to determine which data are most likely to be requested during an inspection
- Developing assessments to gauge the risk of not being able to find a document
- The “Top 10” questions to ask about your archival process
- What to do when documents are not in the general archives
- When emails do count as GXP documentation
- How to explain missing documents to investigators
- If source data is electronic, how to provide access to the regulatory authority
- If source data is paper that was scanned, what to do with the originals
Don’t go searching for the needle in a haystack on inspection day.
Meet Your Presenter
David L. Chesney, MSJ, is the Principal and General Manager for DL Chesney Consulting, LLC, providing GMP and GCP compliance consulting and training services to clients worldwide. He served for over 20 years as Vice President, Strategic Compliance Services for PAREXEL Consulting. Prior to joining PAREXEL Consulting, he served 23 years with the FDA, serving as an Investigator, Supervisory Investigator, Director of Investigations and ultimately as District Director in San Francisco, managing all FDA operations in Northern California, Nevada and Hawaii. He also served as an Evidence Development instructor for FDA at the national level.
Who Will Benefit
- Auditors or others who host regulatory inspections
- QA/QC managers and staff
- Document managers and staff
- Regulatory affairs managers and staff
- IT managers and staff
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April 20, 2022