Are you ready for remote regulatory and supplier audits? This free webinar explains what you must do now to be compliant post-pandemic: how remote audits work, how regulatory bodies view them and some of the tools available to make the process easier.
If you think going remote for nearly everything would end with the pandemic, think again. Going digital proved revolutionary, even among life science companies initially dragging their heels on digitization.
Remote audits are poised to continue after the pandemic subsides.
For those adopting digital systems, auditors can easily review the information remotely. Natalie Weber, a quality engineer at MasterControl, Inc., will explain the new landscape of remote audits and how you can best prepare.
Don’t get caught relying on paper in a digital, remote-audit world. Join us by registering today.
Who Will Benefit
Natalie Weber, a quality engineer at MasterControl, Inc., has 10 years of experience working in the life sciences. During her career she’s worked for companies such as Edwards Lifesciences and Nelson Laboratories. She has converted paper-based laboratory systems to electronic systems, validated laboratory equipment and processes, qualified new cleanrooms and provided environmental monitoring of cleanrooms. In her current position at MasterControl, Ms. Weber is responsible for hosting customer and ISO certification audits, CAPA and customer complaint processes, software validation, supplier evaluations, document control, change management and internal audits. She is an ASQ-Certified Quality Auditor and registered microbiologist.