Designed for engineers, technicians, and professionals focusing on product and process risk, this course teaches you the common risk-management methods used in product design and manufacturing processes. It also focuses on recently enacted standards specifically related to medical device risk management. Using case studies and interaction, you will practice identifying and analyzing potential product and process hazards, FMEA, hazard and Fault Tree Analysis, Hazard and Critical Control Point, and all the critical skills needed to create a risk management plan, process, report and file.
This course illustrates commonly used risk-identification and risk-reducing methods. Through many examples it shares practical applications implementing several of the recently enacted or updated standards relevant and applicable to medical device risk management, (ISO/EN 14971, risk as related to 21 CFR 820, risk as related to ISO 13485:2016, impacts of software risk assessment for ANSI/AMI SW68, impacts of software risk assessment for IEC 62304:2006, and impacts of risk on human factors engineering IEC 62366). Lastly, this course has been taught to many other industries, including chemical, toy, aerospace, electronics, and directly to the FDA. Through examples, the instructor explains how to identify product and process hazards, evaluate the hazards for possible level of risk, and ways to creatively brainstorm on mitigating the risk.
- CEU Hours: 0.7
- Length: 7 Hours
- ASQ RU: 0.7
- Audience: Practitioner
- Provider: WebEx Training
- Identify and analyze hazards of product, process, or service.
- Create a process map.
- Perform fault tree analyses.
- Perform failure mode and effects analyses.
- Perform hazard analysis and critical control points.
- Understand and analyze software hazards.
- Understand basics of human factors and its relationship to risk management.
- Begin performing risk management in your company.
Who Should Attend:Quality managers, engineers, and technicians involved in the development/manufacture of medical devices. Professionals directly involved in meeting FDA’s quality system requirements such as those in regulatory affairs, quality assurance, process development, or manufacturing. To maximize the peer learning opportunity, this course is recommended for those who already have a basic understanding of the quality system regulation, including direct work experience.
- Summaries of risk management processes
- Risk management
- Fault tree analysis (FTA)
- Failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA)
- Process mapping
- Hazard analysis and critical control point (HACCP)
- Human factors
- Software safety
- Example templates
Detailed Course Description
Using tools such as critical process point identification/mitigation, the course explains the application of both predictive and preventive processes to the product development cycle, production phases, and field product performance monitoring. It shows how you can adapt these for your specific needs. The instructor will briefly summarize and introduce the issues facing the FDA and Europe early on, which moved them toward the focus of requiring risk management in all aspects of product development and manufacturing, including mechanical, electrical, software, and disposable products. The following tools will be discussed with case studies included to spur class activity in practicing the various hazard and risk analysis and risk management: hazard identification (HA), fault tree analysis (FTA), failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA), and hazards and critical control point analysis (HACCP). Others, such as hazard and operability study (HAZOP), software risk management, and human factors analysis will be briefly reviewed. Example procedures will be provided and discussed.
Virtual, instructor-led, uses WebEx platform
A PDF version of the presentation and relevant handouts will be available to download at the beginning of the session.
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- High-speed internet connection
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