What causes drug and device 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. In many cases, firms have seen error reductions of 50% in less than one year.
Learn them yourself — in half an afternoon.
Your webinar leader Ginette Collazzo, Ph.D., is an authority on industrial/organizational psychology boasting more than 15 years’ experience with major drug and device makers, including Bristol-Myers Squibb, J&J, Schering-Plough and Wyeth, Parexel, Perrigo and Cephalon Pharma.
She has recently developed new tools to measure, explain and predict human error from both process and cognitive load perspectives. And she’ll demonstrate her newly created tools for improving systems and processes, staff training and reducing human error:
- Process-related prediction tool: This tool allows organizations to identify cracks and concerns that are based on their organizational processes. 80% of mistakes are caused by problems within these systemic areas:
- Human factors engineering
- Cognitive load assessment tool: Only 20% of mistakes occur due to human frailties. This tool examines best practices for restructuring training and processes to improve workers’ ability to perform as expected. The tool focuses on workers’:
- Individual performance
- Problem solving
- And decision making
Even more, she’ll map 4 best practices for determining the scope of problems:
- Diagnose — How to re-analyze failure investigations for the preceding
- Categorize and Code — How to sort investigations into 4 levels
- Quantify — How to determine which level to tackle first and which can wait
- Plan Based on Priorities — Taking the GUT check (Gravity, Urgency and Tendency) to set training priorities
You’ll learn these specifics:
- How to start an error-reduction program, then measure its effectiveness
- Identifying the relationship between CAPA and human reliability and performance expectations
- 5 key elements of an effective human error CAPA system — essential system safeguards
- Unlocking the mystery of root cause analysis and human error
- Revealing destructive human behavior factors and creating effective recommendations to modify them
- Why existing practices fail — “correctives” that don’t correct, “preventives” that don’t prevent
- Trending and tracking — assuring that improvement is by design, not chance
- And more!
Forget the band-aid approach. Learn methods and models that are proven to cut human error by half — and even more.