GSK: The Impact of New Single-Use Technologies and People Training

Posted: 07/10/2013
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Alain Pralong discusses ways of training when it comes to implementing new Single-use  technology. There are two types - the  teacher - pupil approach or on-the-job practical training.He explains the new training programme which is taking place on a new plant that he is running for GSK. He looks at the use of pictograms and documentation that needs to be prepared and used on the job. Mapping what is needed initially means that more people will comply from  the start.

Integration and collaboration  with  suppliers are the biggest challenges when using Single-use devices. Both need to work together to ensure that quality is correct so that at the end of the day the patient is looked after properly.

 

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