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Strategies for Reducing Human Error Non-conformances

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Despite the industrys best efforts, human error remains a regular concern in every pharmaceutical job function.  This interactive course will explore the reasons behind frequent and persistent human errors in the pharmaceutical industry, and then discuss strategies for reducing this ever-present metric.  Participants will review common human errors in pharmaceutical production, packaging, quality control sampling and testing, validation, and documentation.  The concept of poka yoke, or mistake-proofing will be examined.  Through the use of examples, case studies, and small group exercises, attendees will brainstorm and create solutions to recurring human error problems, and take home a personalized action plan for implementation back on the job.  This course will help attendees think outside the box about creative and successful strategies to reduce human error.

Date: October 9, 2014 
Location: Bethesda, MD USA
Venue: PDA Training & Research Institute in Bethesda
Registration URL: https://store.pda.org/Meetings/Login.aspx?ID=2170
 
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Website: www.pda.org/global-event-calendar/event-detail/strategies-for-reducing-human-error-non-conformances
 

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Despite the industrys best efforts, human error remains a regular concern in every pharmaceutical job function.  This interactive course will explore the reasons behind frequent and persistent human errors in the pharmaceutical industry, and then discuss strategies for reducing this ever-present metric.  Participants will review common human errors in pharmaceutical production, packaging, quality control sampling and testing, validation, and documentation.  The concept of poka yoke, or mistake-proofing will be examined.  Through the use of examples, case studies, and small group exercises, attendees will brainstorm and create solutions to recurring human error problems, and take home a personalized action plan for implementation back on the job.  This course will help attendees think outside the box about creative and successful strategies to reduce human error.

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