It is a regulatory requirement for medical device manufacturers to have a risk management strategy in place throughout the lifecycle of their products. The MDR and quality standard put more emphasis on taking a risk-based approach during the development and manufacture of device products. Published in 2019, the latest version of ISO 14791 describes how to establish, document and maintain and risk management process.
It is critical for regulatory professionals to understand, interpret and apply the standard to their products to be MDR/IVDR compliant. Our ISO 14971 risk management training courses provide you with a deep understanding of the standard, enabling you to optimise your risk management strategy. Our courses will help you refine your risk management processes whether you are new to risk management or an experienced professional.
We provide both online and classroom training courses to support medical device and IVD regulatory professionals with risk. All courses are carefully designed to improve your regulatory performance back in the workplace. Our longer online and classroom courses include post learning support to help you apply your skills back in the workplace. Our courses are designed to help you interpret and apply the risk management standard to your IVD and device products.
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We support leaders working in risk management improve the technical skills and knowledge of their employees. This helps your team overcome challenges and meet business objectives. Working together, we design and deliver technical training courses that align with your learning requirements and business goals. For more information about how we can support your team please get in touch.
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