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Navigating the New ComplianceWire Reporting Enhancements

What is micro learning and how does it work to improve overall learning? This approach works with new information from brain science and helps improve retention and matches the pace of business. Join us for this webinar and learn strategies in creating and utilizing micro learning to drive effective learning outcomes.

Micro Learning and Learning Transfer

What is micro learning and how does it work to improve overall learning? This approach works with new information from brain science and helps improve retention and matches the pace of business. Join us for this webinar and learn strategies in creating and utilizing micro learning to drive effective learning outcomes.

How to Tackle Your First Training Release

As a UL client, you know we have product releases twice a year. But what, if anything, are you doing to prepare for these releases to ensure all key internal subject matter experts are ready? Join UL’s Senior Validation Advisor, Holly Baldwin as she shares best practices for preparing for these biannual events, including internal change control, scoping validation effort, document revision and testing.

Aseptic Training Best Practices

Are you in remediation? Need to hire more people quickly and effectively? Looking to drive performance through a best-in-class aseptic training program?This insightful webinar will focus on best-in-class training program elements, delivery methods and certification & assessment, as well as showcase best practices in Aseptic Training through case studies.

Uncovering Cloud Computing: Cloud Basics and Validation Part 2

Join us for Part 2 of this webinar and learn how you can create gap analysis reports on individuals and/or groups of candidates, readiness assessments based on manager ratings, and multiple ad-hoc reporting options using this highly advanced and visual analytics solution.

Managing Your Safety Program - Beyond Compliance

An insightful webinar focused on the role of employee engagement in managing an effective safety program, and a demonstration of a new easy-to-use tool that promotes proactive reporting and streamlines the process for submitting files to OSHA and other regulatory bodies.

Uncovering Cloud Computing: Cloud Basics and Validation

Cloud computing is becoming more prevalent across all industries. In the highly-regulated Life Science industry, cloud computing brings a whole new complexity to meet FDA computer system validation, quality systems and 21 CFR Part 11 requirements. The first phase is to acquire knowledge of cloud computing, it’s services, environments, Pros/Cons, risks and validation requirements. This webinar, led by Holly Baldwin, UL PURE Learning Senior Validation Advisor, will cover Cloud basics to assist your QA and Validation teams entering this new world of validation/compliance.

Medical Device Single Audit Program

The Medical Device Single Audit Program (MDSAP) is a program that allows the conduct of a single regulatory audit of a medical device manufacturer's quality management system to satisfy the requirements of multiple regulatory jurisdictions to assess medical device organizations for compliance with the ISO 13485:2016 Standard, while also satisfying the regulatory requirements of up to give different medical device markets: Australia, Brazil, Canada, Japan and the United States. Fundamentally, MDSAP auditing is now being utilized as a common approach for regulators to assess the performance of an organization's Quality Management System.

Understanding the 2019 CMS Final Call Letter and How it Affects Your Organization

Please join us for a discussion of ways to build a robust CMS audit program to ensure you are preventing, detecting and correcting issues on an ongoing basis.

Mystified by the General Data Protection Regulation and Where to Begin?

The most significant change to European data privacy in 20 years, GDPR provides for the protection of the rights of individuals who reside within the EU, as it relates to their sensitive personal data. The GDPR regulation includes various aspects where Controllers and Processors need to work seamlessly together for alignment by the May deadline. Where do you start?