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Companies in FDA-regulated industries frequently perform validations with inadequate sample sizes or otherwise without satisfactory statistical justification. This is due, in part, to engineers being thrown into the quality function without proper training, or being trained to follow the disastrous “this is the way we have always done it” model. The bottom line is this: Validation sample size matters…and inadequate efforts will almost certainly result in global regulatory observations and/or product failures.
This presentation is intended to provide and guidance for people writing, executing, and summarizing validation protocols and reports. During the presentation, you will learn about:
This course will be of benefit to anyone involved in writing, executing, and summarizing validation protocols and reports, and those providing guidance to people responsible for these activities. Additionally, those who need to be able to audit process validation activities for compliance will find this course extremely beneficial.
Mark Allen Durivage is the Managing Principal Consultant at Quality Systems Compliance LLC and an author of several quality-related books including;
He earned a B.A.S in Computer Aided Machining from Siena Heights University and a M.S. in Quality Management from Eastern Michigan University. Durivage is an ASQ Fellow and holds several ASQ certifications including; CQM/OE, CRE, CQE, CQA, CHA, CBA, CPGP, and CSSBB. He also is a Certified Tissue Bank Specialist (CTBS) and holds a Global Regulatory Affairs Certification (RAC). Durivage resides in Lambertville, Michigan.