Florida Contract Manufacturer Warned by FDA to Perform and Improve Root Cause Analysis on Issues
The FDA Wants Good Root Cause Analysis
Once again, the FDA warned a drug manufacturer that, among many findings, they were not conducting adequate root cause analysis and corrective actions of assay failures. For the complete letter, CLICK HERE.
Multiple Findings Indicate Poor Root Cause Analysis and CAPA on Previous Issues
In addition to the FDA’s specific warnings about the root cause analysis of assay failures, the repeat nature of many of the other findings indicates that previous FDA warnings did not receive an adequate root cause analysis and development of effective corrective actions. If adequate corrective actions would have been implemented, there findings would not be recurring.
How Do You Stop Repeat Findings and FDA Warning Letters?
Implementation of good manufacturing practices in the pharmaceutical industry (or other FDA-regulated industries) depends on effective root cause analysis and corrective actions when problems are discovered. Insufficient root cause analysis leads to repeat failures and FDA regulatory attention.
To improve root cause analysis we recommend adopting a proven system with advanced human performance and equipment reliability troubleshooting tool that are built into the system. We recommend a system that has been proven in many industries. We recommend a system that can be used on precursor incidents and major quality issues. We recommend the TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis System.
Learn More About TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis
The best way to learn more about TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis is to attend one of our courses.
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