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Webinar Recap: What is the Cost of Poor Quality? CAPA for CBD & HEMP

Webinar Date: June 11th, 2020, 1P EDT

CBD and hemp has dominated headlines with a dichotomy of benefits and challenges. While many of the challenges naturally occur in new industries when knowledge is still being gained, but many of these issues are as a result of not deploying GMP's, quality control and Corrective Action/ Preventive Action procedures. The result has been significant class action lawsuits, $1mm+ recalls, state and FDA fines, and significant consumer skepticism hurting the whole industry. In this webinar, talked about CAPA and how this approach to quality can help you avoid significant challenges and also separate you from the competition.

  • What is CAPA (Corrective Action/ Preventive Action)

  • Regulations you need to know

  • CAPA classifications

Lab Technicians
  • Knowing your RISK

  • Critical timelines you can't miss

  • Step by step approach

  • Why CAPA fails

  • The cost of an effective CAPA program

  • How tech systems can help avoid mistakes

  • What poor quality could cost you!


To access the complete deck, click the link below:

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About Our Special Guest:

Kathleen May

Kathleen May, Founder and Owner of Triskele Quality Solutions, has more than 20 years’ experience as a Quality professional in the pharmaceutical, medical device and cannabis industries. She has worked in every aspect of quality management systems and is a sought-after consultant in regulatory and scientific standards. In her lead role at Triskele, Kathleen offers consultation services for GMP implementation, Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) development, audit readiness, validation, and training to test laboratories, cultivation facilities, and manufacturing facilities.

Kathleen has worked at Fortune 500 companies such as Abbott Laboratories, Baxter Healthcare, Cardinal Health, Merz North America, Hospira, and Pfizer. Kathleen was also instrumental in writing CAPA standards for ASTM.

Our TagOne host is Joe Witte, VP of Partnerships and Ecosystems. With more than fifteen years of experience as a global entrepreneur and business development executive, Joe Witte prides himself on his work ethic and strategic acumen. Prior to joining TagOne, he successfully co-founded five different organizations, ranging from interactive media to SaaS solutions. Joe proudly served as an Army Captain and was awarded the Army Commendation Medal for his service in Iraq in 2004. He’s been featured in Fast Company, Entrepreneur and Inc. Magazines. A graduate of Penn State University, Joe currently serves on the advisory board of the aforementioned Bunker Labs. When not working, he enjoys spending his time with his family.

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