Mind the Gap! Labeling Experts share the 7 Steps of building a Global Labeling System and reducing the Validation effort
Labeling Webinar Series - A Date with the Experts on Global Labeling Systems
Date: Thursday 26 January 2017, 4PM GMT / 11AM EDT
For many life sciences organizations, bridging the gap between an existing labeling system and implementing a global labeling solution as part of the supply chain can be a key concern. Businesses must find ways to overcome the challenges of global implementation, validation, label inspection, language management and label postponement, whilst managing time and costs.
Join us for the first of our 60 minute webinar series, featuring leading industry experts who will discuss how you can bridge the gap by learning the 7 steps of implementing label lifecycle management solutions and will demonstrate how to seamlessly manage your validation effort.
Key Learning Objectives:
- Gain an understanding of global labeling lifecycle in practical terms
- Hear advice from experts on the 7 steps of how to implement and validate your labeling project
- Realize how to achieve zero-defect labeling and full traceability
- Build efficiency into your label production process
- Improve compliance and prepare your labeling system for future requirements
- Understand how you can reduce time and effort by leveraging your supplier
MEET OUR SPEAKERS
Chris Heckert - Director Client Solutions, Network Packaging Partners
Chris is a degreed Packaging Engineer from Michigan State University with over 20 years’ experience in the medical device industry. Most recently, he was responsible for choosing and implementing a Part 11 compliant Global Labeling System for Orthopedic giant Zimmer at eight separate design control sites including a European Distribution site.
When the job was completed, all sites shared a validated, compliant labeling system and due to the ability to print single language IFU’s (Instructions For Use) at the point of distribution, Zimmer saved over $6MM/yr and reduced its waste stream of paper by over 175 tons/year.
Phil Dray – Senior Test and Validation Engineer, PRISYM ID
Phil is Senior Test and Validation Engineer at PRISYM ID, assisting our clients in meeting regulatory compliance to FDA, MHRA, EU and GMP for the company software products supplied to the life sciences industry. He also ensures that validation documents and processes are in line with current regulatory guidance, and delivers onsite training for PRISYM ID’s proprietary software. He provides test plans and processes to ensure software products are robust before release.
Phil started within the electronics industry and moved into computing through field/customer service. He has been with PRISYM ID for 24 years and has contributed through customer service, installation and customer training. He has extensive experience in software test and process planning.