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101 & 201 | DSCSA Explained & Exceptions Management
August 24 @ 8:30 am - 5:00 pm EDT$2,000
LSPediA training classes are designed for professionals in the pharmaceutical industry who are regulated by the FDA under the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) requirement. DSCSA is the most complex regulation to date for pharmaceutical manufacturers, wholesale distributors, and dispensers.
In order to implement DSCSA and adhere to FDA’s compliance, we strongly recommend new and existing pharmaceutical employees to take the following training classes:
-101 DSCSA Explained & 201 Investigator for Exceptions Management
-301 OneScan for DSCSA Implementation
AVAIALBLE IN-CLASS AND VIRTUALLY
These classes are offered in-person or virtually. For travel logistics, please click (https://bit.ly/3OONyjC). You can take these classes virtually via web meeting. Each can be taken individually without prerequisites. You can also take one or both to enhance your DSCSA knowledge.
1) Acquire the knowledge need to work in an FDA regulated environment
2) Keep up with the new regulations, standards, and the latest changes to help your company adhere to compliance
3) Gain broader perspective and insight of supply chain operations under the DSCSA requirement
4) Lean the best practices and tools available to improve your DSCSA operations
5) Meeting cGMP and DSCSA training requirements
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
101 | DSCSA Explained & 201 | Exceptions Management
This training is recommended to the key stakeholders and employees of Regulatory, Compliance, Quality, Operations, Supply Chain, Warehouse, Distribution, Customer Service, and IT users (ex. Systems Analyst, ERP Admin, Systems Admin, System Integrator).
-Learn DSCSA regulation and industry standards
-Become prepared for the audits from the FDA, NABP, and State regulators
-Acquire the knowledge of supply chain management under the DSCSA requirement
-Understand Verification Exceptions and workflow
-Learn EPCIS Exceptions and their workflow
-Master Investigator functionalities
-Manage VRS and EPCIS exceptions