May 7 – 8, 2024
ISO 14971:2019 provides guidelines for manufacturers to establish, document and maintain a risk management process to identify hazards, estimate and evaluate the risks associated with the identified hazards, control risks and monitor the effectiveness of the controls. An effective risk management program applies to all stages of the medical device lifecycle and is an integral part of a manufacturer’s quality management system.
This virtual instructor-led two-day course presents the key foundations of the risk management process defined in ISO 14971:2019 and provides expert tips on how to navigate the process including review of TIR 24971:2020.
This course is highly interactive and includes practical instruction, case study exercises and a competency assessment.
This course also includes a self-paced two-hour ISO 14971:2019 overview eLearning module that must be completed prior to the start of the live instruction.
This course pairs well as a prerequisite to Design Controls for Medical Devices and IVDs (2 day).
Ask about our discount pricing when bundling courses together. We can also bring this course to your individual organization through virtual instructor-led or face-to-face training.
By the end of this training you should be able to:
Who Should Attend
This course is vital for any medical device professional looking to expand their knowledge on comprehensive risk management processes and explain their interactions with the entire lifecycle of a medical device from conception to decommissioning and disposal.