Date: Thursday, October 22, 2020
Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm ET
Your Host: BSI Group America
About this event
During this interactive webinar we will review the core principals of Risk-based Methodologies as it pertains to Supply Chain Risk Identification, Risk Assessment, Risk Planning, and Risk Review. If any of your Supply Chain falters, use unethical employment practices, have unhealthy or hazardous working conditions, produce unsafe products, and/or operate environmentally-unsound production plants, your organization’s reputation could be seriously compromised.
Gain a comprehensive overview of the risk-based methodologies associated with supply chain categorization and proactive risk mitigation.
This course aims to improve your working knowledge of the simple steps required to identify, assess and plan for supply-based risks.
Upon completion, you will be able to:
- Explain and define risk-based thinking
- Discuss the role of global regulations for supply chain compliance.
- Describe the types of risk methodologies
- Understand and apply the information to your everyday roles and responsibilities
- Overview of risk-based thinking and methodologies
- Risk procedures
- Risk identification
- Risk assessment
- Risk planning
- Revaluating the risks
About the Presenters
Andrew Cole rejoined BSI in 2020 within Customized Assurance and Compliance Solutions. With over 25 years of Quality/Regulatory and solutions-based compliance, he has extensive experience in GMP Manufacturing & Regulatory Requirements.
He possesses 7 years of developing complex global supply chain compliance solutions (2nd party audit schemes) pertaining, but not limited to, sustainability, CSR, EH&S, quality, legal, ethical, and regulatory. His expertise is also in the application of ISO 9001, ISO 13485, Canadian Medical Device Regulations, FDA 21CFR’s, European Directives for Medical Devices, Cosmetics and Pharmaceuticals, Medicinal and recreational Cannabis regulation, CE Marking, ISO 22716, ISO 13485, GDP, EFfCI, EXCiPACT, ISO 15378.
While working for multiple international companies, he has successfully completed major projects to Remediate/Eliminate Deficiencies/Gaps in management systems based on evidence gleaned from internal audits and externally assessed findings, i.e, 483’s, & Warning Letters.