CAPA is often overlooked as an integral component of a quality system. More often than not, the FDA can trace deficiencies in a system directly back to the CAPA system. However, an effective quality system needs more than just a rework of the outcome of the ineffective CAPA system. It needs a rework of the system itself. 

If you're struggling to get a hold on your CAPA system, need some FDA advice, or want to expand your knowledge on the issue, MassMEDIC and R&Q would like to help you.

MassMEDIC and R&Q will be hosting a "CAPA on CAPA" webinar Sept. 14th, from 12 to 1 p.m EDT and you can register here. The content will be presented by R&Q's own FDA expert Paul Robinson. As Senior Director of Regional Operations, Paul has 25+ years of domestic and international experience, and has maintained more than 20 manufacturing plants worldwide. Read about why he loves working for R&Q in our Boston Employee Spotlight. 

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Here's what you will learn in the webinar.

CAPA Regulations/Requirements
Ready for an audit? What does the FDA look for?

CAPA Process/System
Data Trending/Evaluation/Alerts
Risk Management
System Management

Root Cause Analysis
Statistical Tools
Discipline, Engineering Logic, and Common Sense

Still not convinced? Did we mention free registration with the click of a button? Register now and reserve your spot. To reiterate, CAPA is not simply documentation to prove you've addressed an issue. It is a critical component of your quality system. 

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