7 Ways Management Can Shape a Strong Safety Culture from the Top Down
Creating a strong safety culture is an essential aspect of any successful organization, and management plays a critical role in shaping this culture. When management prioritizes safety and takes proactive steps to cultivate a safe work environment, it creates a foundation for a positive workplace culture where employees feel valued, protected, and motivated to speak up about safety concerns. Read on to see 7 Ways Management Can Shape a Strong Safety Culture from the Top Down.
ICH Q10: A Modern Framework for Ensuring Pharmaceutical Quality
ICH Q10 is a revolutionary quality management framework specifically tailored for the pharmaceutical industry, ensuring product quality throughout its lifecycle. This modern approach focuses on continuous improvement, risk-based methodologies, and streamlined processes to maintain product safety, efficacy, and reliability. As a comprehensive and harmonized standard, ICH Q10 is crucial in fostering a culture of pharmaceutical quality, benefiting both manufacturers and consumers alike.
Healthy Employees, Healthy Business: Exploring the Connection Between Occupational Health and Productivity
In the world of business, productivity is a crucial factor for success. To maintain a competitive edge, companies are constantly searching for ways to increase productivity and efficiency. However, one aspect that often gets overlooked is the impact of occupational health on productivity. Employees who are healthy, happy, and well-cared for are more likely to be engaged, motivated, and productive, leading to a positive impact on the company’s bottom line.
AS9102B: First Article Inspection with InspectionQuest
The aerospace industry is one of the most highly regulated industries in the world, requiring rigorous quality control measures to ensure the safety and reliability of its products. One such measure is the AS9102B, a standard that provides a comprehensive framework for first article inspection (FAI) in the aerospace sector. This article will delve into the details of AS9102B, discussing its importance, scope, and key components, and how our newest module, InspectionQuest, can help you to better meet your requirements for FAI.
Building Better PFMEAs: How Cross-Functional Teams and Software Solutions Can Help
Are you tired of working in silos and struggling to align your PFMEA, Control Plan, and work instructions? Our new article explores how cross-functional teams and software solutions like FMEAQuest can help you identify potential risks, implement controls, and minimize the risk of IATF findings. Request a demo or try our software today and start building better PFMEAs!
Pharmaceutical eQMS Software Validation Best Practices
As part of different regulatory requirements for pharmaceutical industry standards, the eQMS software needs to comply with several quality specifications and regulatory requirements for US FDA Title 21 CFR Part 11 Electronic Records and Electronic Signatures guidelines, US FDA Title 21 CFR Part 820 Document Controls guidelines, EU Annex 11 Computerized Systems guidelines, ISO 13485:2016 Control of Documents and Control of Records guidelines, and other GMP guidelines. As a result, the Computerized System Validation (CSV) is the prime requirement for any Pharmaceutical eQMS Software. To help pharmaceutical industry with this validation process, IntellaQuest incorporates the complete validation service along with its eQMS software package and quality consultancy.
How ISO 14971 Helps Medical Device Firms Better Meet QMS Risk Management Requirements
In the rapidly evolving world of medical device manufacturing, ensuring the safety and efficacy of products is of paramount importance. Manufacturers face a multitude of regulatory requirements designed to minimize risks to patients and healthcare providers while promoting innovation. Among these standards, ISO 14971 and ISO/TR 24971 play a crucial role in guiding medical device manufacturers through the process of risk management, and they play an important role in the implementation of a QMS that meets the requirements of ISO 13485. In this article, we will delve into the importance of ISO 14971, explore the complementary role of ISO/TR 24971, and discuss their applications in the medical device industry.
A Company’s Role in Accelerating Change Towards Water Conservation
Water conservation activities can help companies mitigate the risks of water scarcity and water-related disruptions to their operations and supply chains. With the growing concern over climate change and its impact on water resources, companies that implement sustainable water management practices can also enhance their reputation among customers, investors, and other stakeholders.
Overcoming Common PPAP Challenges That Lead to OEM Rejections
PPAP is a critical step in the automotive supply chain that is meant to ensure the quality of parts being produced by suppliers. The PPAP process is used by automotive OEMs to verify that the parts produced by suppliers meet their specifications, quality standards, and other requirements. However, submitting PPAP can be a challenging process, and there are many reasons why OEM customers reject initial PPAP submissions. Read on to learn more.
11 Pragmatic Ways for an Organization to Reduce their Carbon Footprint
Climate change is a global issue which requires a coordinated global response. Countries have made commitments to reducing their greenhouse gas emissions and transitioning to cleaner energy sources. The private sector has also stepped up, with businesses pledging to reduce their carbon footprint and invest in renewable energy. Although there is visible progress, there is still a lot of work to be done, and continued global cooperation and action are essential to addressing the impacts of climate change. This article explores 11 pragmatic ways for an organization to reduce their carbon footprint.