14-15 July 2020, Penang
RISK MANAGEMENT FOR MEDICAL DEVICES (EN ISO14971:2019)
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ISO 14971 is an ISO standard for the application of risk management to medical devices. ISO 14971:2019 was released mid-December, and the EN version was released on December 18, 2019 to replace the ISO 14971:2007 and EN ISO 14971:2012 respectively.
Main highlighted of the updates are as follows:
- The key concepts and core approach to risk management was maintained
- Clarification was added around the following:
- Production and post-production information
- Clinical benefits and risk-benefit analysis
- Update the guidance in the annexes
- Revise ISO/TR 24971- The Technical Report that provides guidance on the application of ISO 14971
- Informative Annexes would primarily reside in ISO TR 24971 because it is easier to update a Technical Report than it is a standard. A new Clause was added: Clause 2 on Normative References. As a result, all Clauses past Clause 1 are incremented by 1.
- While the Technical Report compliments the standard, it is important to note that the information in ISO TR 24971:2019 serves only as a guidance, and not requirements. As well, the first 3 annexes in ISO 14971:2019 act as guidance, and not requirements. The ISO/TR 24971:20XX has not been released yet.
This training aims to provide participants with a clear understanding and insight into the new EN ISO 14971:2019 requirements. The training takes a look at what the major changes in 2019 updates/revision and also covers some of the commonly used risk management tools such as FMEA, FTA etc.
- Understand basic principles of risk management
- Standards & Regulation
- What is Risk Management
- The Importance
- When to Initiate
- Use of Risk Management
- EN ISO 14971:2019 Requirements
- Normative Reference
- Terms and Definition
- Clause 4.1 Risk Management Process
- Clause 4.2 Management Responsibilities
- Clause 4.3 Competence of Personnel
- Clause 4.4 Risk Management Plan
- Clause 4.5 Risk Management File
- Clause 5 Risk Analysis
- Clause 6 Risk Evaluation
- Clause 7 Risk Control
- Clause 8 Evaluation of Overall Residue Risk
- Clause 9 Risk Management Review
- Clause 10 Production and Post Production Activities
- EN ISO 14971:2019 Background
- EN ISO 14971:2019 vs EN ISO 14971:2012 vs EN ISO 14971:2009 vs ISO 14971:2007
- Highlighted changes in EN ISO 14971:2019 vs EN ISO 14971:2012
- ALARP Concept
Professionals from quality assurance, regulatory affairs, research and development, process improvement, manufacturing and others who involve and wish to understand how to apply and develop proper risk management documentation for product and process of medical device industry.
Basic understanding of the ISO 13485:2016 and use of risk management tools such as FMEA is an added advantage. Previous knowledge of ISO 14971:2007 or EN ISO 14971:2012 is not required.
Two (2) full days
Harry Wong has over 19 years’ of professional work experience in Quality Assurance of medical device, Ceramic Former and Metal Stamping for Electrical, Electronics and Automotive industries. He currently holds the position of Associate Director, Global Complaint and Risk Management, Global Quality Assurance in one of the global leaders in protection solutions. As the subject matter expert of risk management, he provides advice, direction and training for Risk Management personnel across global sites and facilities; ensuring their risk management process complies with all necessary regulatory standards including QSR (FDA), MDD and ISO requirements. He is responsible for developing the global harmonized risk management SOP and tools which are implemented in the global organization facilities and sites.
Harry Wong is also an ASQ Certified Quality Engineer and Lead Auditor for ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 and has extensive involvement in mock audits for global sites preparing for CCC, ANVISA, SEI and FDA.
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