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Writing and Revising SOPs for Increased Operational Efficiency

Tuesday, 12 November 2019 10:00 AM PST | 01:00 PM EST

Training Duration = 60 min               Sponsored by ComplianceOnline

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This webinar will discuss how to more effectively write and revise standard operating procedures (SOPs) with a focus on increasing operational efficiencies.

Why Should You Attend:

  • Are new staff confused during training on your SOPs?
  • Do you have too many SOPs?
  • Do some SOPs give directions that conflict with directions from other SOPs?
  • Are you writing up deviations far too often?
  • Do you have some SOPs that just plainly don’t make sense?

This webinar will highlight important fundamental knowledge for writing effectively in the context of clear, concise, effective SOPs. It will also help focus on an efficiency mindset that can lead to operational gains without sacrificing quality.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • What is an SOP?
  • Ways to structure systems of SOPs
  • Examples of sections to include in an SOP
  • Do what you say and say what you do
  • Internal self-consistency, consistency when referencing other documents
  • Tips for clear written communication
  • Engaging stakeholders during the process at all levels of the organization
  • Actively listening
  • Organizational culture’s role in success
  • SOP authorship, reviewers, and approvers
  • Training on new SOPs and revisions

Instructor Profile:

Rob MacCuspie holds a Ph.D. in Nanotechnology and Materials Chemistry, and has twenty years of experience in nanotechnology research, NanoEHS, and responsible commercialization of nano-enabled products.

Over his career, he has worked in the National Lab system at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the Air Force Research Laboratory, and US FDA, as well as being first faculty at Florida Polytechnic University and Director of Nanotechnology and Multifunctional Materials Programs. He holds 1 US patent, has written 42 publications cited over 2,800 times for an h-index of 28.