Design Control Trainer: Mr. Vincent Cheung
Design control is a global regulatory requirement that must be fulfilled before any device premarket applications (e.g. US, EU, Singapore, etc) can be submitted. Participants will learn “how-to” construct design plans, design input requirements, design verification test protocols/reports including the use of risk-based sample size determination and statistical techniques, and discuss the importance of other relevant verification & validation activities (e.g. biocompatibility, usability, aging, sterilization, process validations), device master record, design history file, design reviews, and design changes. Participants will also learn common mistakes, pitfalls, relationship with other quality system processes and consequences when design control is not properly performed.
Day 1
Regulatory requirements (21 CFR Part 820, ISO 13485)
Design planning
Design inputs and outputs
Consideration of risk analysis
Common statistical techniques
Design verification
Design reviews
Common mistakes
Day 2
Manufacturing readiness
Design validations
Design transfer
Design changes
Design history file
Common mistakes
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Legal manufacturers, contract manufacturers, and/or specifications developers interested in bringing a new or modified medical device (implantable, IVD assays, electrical equipment, standalone software (SaMD) and disposables) to market. Typical job functions include but not limited to:
R&D
NPI Engineering
Quality (QMS, QA/QC, QE)
Software Developers
Manufacturing Engineering
Regulatory Compliance
Regulatory Affairs
Clinical Affairs
Project Management
Available Workshops:
9 - 10 March 2020
Workshop Fee:
S$2400