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2019 - Webinar on a Systematic Approach to Human Error Reduction: Investigations, Root Cause Determination and CAPA Effectiveness



VenueAurora, USA - United States USA - United States

KeywordsHuman error prevention; Root causes; CAPA training


Topics/Call fo Papers

To reduce and prevent human errors it is essential to understand human behavior, the psychology of error and root causes for human error deviations. Our upcoming webinar discusses practical approaches and models for addressing and controlling human error in GMP related environments.
The webinar covers the following key areas:
• Root cause determination and investigations
• Establishing the human error rate at your site
• Implementing the human error reduction program
Understand the psychology of error
Regulatory requirements in GMP environments for managing human performance deviations
Root cause determination and investigations
Root cause determination tool
Establishing the human error rate at your site
Implementing the human error reduction program
Metrics and KPI’s
Training managers and coordinators
Plant engineering
QA/QC staff
Process excellence/improvement professionals
Industrial/process engineers
Compliance officers
Regulatory/legislative affairs professionals
General/corporate counsel
Speaker Profile: Ginette Collazo, Ph. D. is an Industrial-Organizational Psychologist with 20 years of experience that specializes in Engineering Psychology and Human Reliability, disciplines that study the interaction between human behavior and productivity.
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