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EU Medical Device Regulations - Post Market Surveillance
This module will guide us on the EU Medical Device Regulations and the provision for Post Market Surveillance.
Module 306 Non-Conformity Writing
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LSAS Awareness NHS Supply Chain Labour Standards
The objectives of this course are to give you an introduction to the LSAS. Explains the system and its structure including an overview of the requirements. The course is split into four modules covering a general introduction where we will look at the history and background as to why the system was introduced. A general look at the system itself, its objectives and the fundamentals of what is involved. The structure of the document, how it should be implemented and the timelines. And finally, we will look at the action plan matrix and finally give you some details of where to find additional information.
LSAS 1 NHS Supply Chain Labour Standard Assurance System
Labour Standards Assurance System, abbreviated as LSAS is a Protocol that contains requirements for an organisation to design a management system based upon key aspects within the labour standards assurance field. It was developed by the NHS Supply Chain in conjunction with the UK Department of Health and other stakeholders within the medical field. To meet level 1 suppliers must demonstrate they have the building blocks for labour standards management in place. This is a low entry point and indicates that a supplier has begun to consider how labour standards relate to its business and there will be some documentation in place for auditor to review. This course is in two parts the first part is the awareness course mentioned above plus a second part covering more detailed look at the level one requirements. The objectives of this course are to give you an introduction on how to implement initial stage of the system, level 1. The course is split into two modules covering; The structure and timelines. The implementation process. And finally, we will look at the action plan points. This Level 1 course also includes a FREE copy of the awareness course. Course Duration: 2-3 Hours Course Cost: £90
LSAS 2 NHS Supply Chain Labour Standard Assurance System
The objectives of this course are to give you an introduction on how to implement initial stage of the system at level 2. The course is split into for modules covering both the structure and timelines. It also covered practical detail of the implementation process. And finally we will look at the action plan points that will be required to achieve Level 2. Course Duration: 2-3 Hours
LSAS 3 NHS Supply Chain Labour Standard Assurance System
The objectives of this course are to give you guidance for Level 3, Level 3 is defined as established implementation and hence it is expected that suppliers will have a viable system in place for managing and monitoring its labour standards risks. This course will assist you with ideas of evidence through records that supply chain risk assessment has occurred. it will also give you guidance as to what actions to take mitigate your identified risks, including those in the supply chain. As this course focuses on the implementation of the LSAS system at level 3, the course assumes that you already have a good understanding of the requirements at levels 1 and 2 If you are not confident regarding the general principals of LSAS you may wish to consider completing those modules before completing this course. Course Duration: 2.5 - 3.5 Hours
CTPAT Introduction and Implementation
This training course is a detailed explanation of the US Border Patrol CTPAT Customs-Trade Partnership against Terrorism program and how to implement it based on the criteria that foreign manufacturing companies must meet. The course covers the “Must” and “Should” criteria for each of the 12 focus areas, the course has also been updated to include the latest November 2019 updates. The course is approximately 6 hours of voiced content with additional downloadable resources and example templates. In this course, you will learn the requirements of the programme and its intent, applicability, and precise interpretations from a manufacturers point of view. This course contains 7 sections. Course Duration: 6-8 Hours
CTPAT Executive Summary
This training course is an Executive Summary of the CTPAT Customs-Trade Partnership against Terrorism program and how to implement it based on the criteria required for foreign manufacturing companies. The course gives an overview of the “Must” and “Should” criteria in each of the 12 focus areas, the course has been updated to include the latest November 2019 updates. The course is approximately 2 hours of voiced content with additional downloadable resources. Course Duration: 1.5-2.0 Hours
ISO 14971 Application of Risk Management
The learning goal for this course is that you should be able to perform risk management work for a medical device according to the requirements of ISO 14971 application of Risk Management to Medical Devices. This course is split into 8 modules covering Introduction to Risk Management, General Requirements of Risk Management, Risk Analysis, Overview of the Process, Risk Control, Overall Residual Risk Acceptability, 2019 Version Update and Additional Reading and Resources.
Social Accountability IA-SA70 Child Labour Introduction
The objective of this course is to give a general overview of Child Labour and how to review what process and procedures facilities should have in place to combat Child Labour.
SA8000 Social Accountability IA-SA70X Child Labour Introduction
The objective of this course is to give a general overview of Child Labour and how to review what process and procedures facilities should have in place to combat Child Labour. The course includes a specific SA8000 Supplement
Social Accountability IA-SA80 Forced Labour
This course is focused on Forced Labour issues. The course includes the 11 key indicators and also Includes what you should be looking out for when auditing and reviewing records.