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Incident Management and Human Error Prevention Workshops

NSF International has announced up-coming workshops in September, including topics such as incident management and human error prevention.

If you are interested in these events, make an enquiry using the form on this page (clearly stating the workshops you are interested in) or visit www.nsf.org/info/pharma-training.

Incident management never goes away as a problem. Join expert Erika Notman, a great communicator with loads of real-life experience, who will be running a superb distillation of best practice in this field in Stansted, London, in September.

The first of these is a one-day incident management workshop on 11 September. Can your site benefit from a clear standard for the content of deviations? This short interactive training is designed to re-evaluate your process. Use risk to your advantage and ensure the effort of you and your team is focused where it should be placed, where potential patient impact is greatest.

Come to this one-day workshop and stay for the two-day human error prevention workshop from 12 September to 13 September, which follows and addresses the causes and resolution of events. It goes beneath the surface of issues and looks to fix the real causes of errors and mistakes. Learn how to error-proof and simplify your processes and procedures to reduce errors and mistakes. Delegates from more than 350 companies and seven regulatory agencies have attended this course to reduce the cost of errors to the industry and risk to patients.

You can attend one or both workshop, the choice is yours.

Prices and discounts

Multiple delegate booking discounts are available. Discounts are also offered to NHS staff, regulators and charities.

  • Workshop – Incident Management – £695.00 (excluding VAT)
  • Workshop – Human Error Prevention – £1,390.00 (excluding VAT)

If you are interested in these events, make an enquiry using the form on this page (clearly stating the workshops you are interested in) or visit www.nsf.org/info/pharma-training.

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