Turning quality into an organizational habit means infusing a quality mindset throughout the organization. A solid quality management system is key and leads companies to improve performance, remain compliant, and become the best in their industry. 

To the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Corrective and Preventive Action (CAPA) process is at the core of nearly all quality management systems and is the driver of operational excellence. Unfortunately, poor and ineffective CAPA processes have remained one of the top 10 nonconformances cited by FDA investigators in Form FDA-483s since 2002. For a company to ensure the effectiveness of its CAPA process, the organization must have an understanding of its current CAPA "habit loop" or routine, and identify the signs of weak and ineffective CAPA procedures.

In this white paper, you will learn:

  • the four critical steps for turning quality into an organizational habit;
  • how to identify weaknesses in an effective CAPA habit loop; and,
  • how to build new, effective quality habit loops through implementation of quality management system software.

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