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Key Factors to Write an Effective Standard Operating Procedures: SOP: and Work Instructions: WI - Webinar

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  • Webinar
  • Online Compliance Panel
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This course addresses how to write effective SOPs and work instructions in support of your company'sactivities This webinar is designed to outline the characteristic of an effective work instruction and Standard operating procedure The instructor will also help to differentiate Work Instructions from Standard operating procedures.

Objectives of the Presentation
  • Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) requirements for documentation
  • Effective written SOPs and work instructions
  • Properties of an effective work instruction
  • Properties of an effective Standard operating procedure
  • The differences between work instructions and Standard operating procedures
  • How the active and passive voices work
  • Reviewing and revising documents
  • Writing patterns
  • Understand common problems and areas for improvement
Why Should you Attend

You will learn how to organize and deliver information for the intended audience. You will learn how to write clear and readable SOPs and Work Instructions, and how to revise and refine your own and others' writing. The course provides an overview of sound grammatical conventions, addresses problematic areas of the English language, and affords opportunities to address specific language issues, and specific audiences.

You will also learn how to implement good documentation practices within your SOPs and Work Instructions. Anyone who wants a comprehensive overview of the structure of the language and writing for reporting that the industry requires will find this webinar helpful. You’ll learn how to effectively write SOPs that remove ambiguity for employees so that procedures can be followed exactly the same way, every time.
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  • Joy McElroy Joy McElroy,

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  • Scientists, engineers, and technicians in research and development
  • Quality assurance (QA)
  • Engineering/validation
  • Information technology (IT)
  • Manufacturing
  • Operations professionals
  • Document Control Specialists
  • Quality and Compliance Specialists
  • Internal Auditors and Managers
  • Training Specialists
  • CAPA Specialists
  • Administrative staff who prepare documentation in support of manufacturing operations
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