24 Elements of a Successful
Supplier Quality Agreement
Do you want the confidence that you have your suppliers under control?
Would you like the ability to craft a supplier quality agreement that covers all bases?
How about a model for a quality agreement the FDA will approve?
Today’s minor mistake by your supplier could easily turn into tomorrow’s major recall. And if you don’t catch all the oversights in your quality agreement, odds are the FDA will.
In this FDAnews Brief, 20-year industry veteran Steven Sharf, explains the elements that need to go into your quality agreement:
Calibration and Maintenance
Deviations / OOSs
Field Alerts / Recalls
Material Inspection / Testing / Release
APR / PQR Inputs
Audits / Inspections
Validation / Qualification
Warehousing and Distribution
Reprocessing / Reworking
Use this 24-point plan to make sure you’ve covered all your bases and keep your suppliers well in hand. Order your copy today.
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Who Will Benefit
Engineering and design controls teams
Manufacturing directors and supervisors
Pharmaceutical and cGMP auditors
Risk management specialists
Strategic planning and business development staff
Validation specialists, scientists, engineers
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