Discover how a good CAPA plan will help ensure FDA compliance and reduce the risk of product recalls
Don’t think CAPA is important?
The FDA does. The latest FDA regulations include stringent quality, safety and compliance provisions, making it important for businesses to have CAPA (corrective action, preventive action) plans in place. CAPA helps prevent and address quality problems by looking at their root causes. Corrective actions are taken for when a problem has occurred, while preventive actions are initiated as a result to the planning process to increase safety or decrease risk.
In our CAPA infographic, you’ll learn:
The top pressures facing food and beverage manufacturers
The impact of recalls and noncompliance
How CAPA works and the results CAPA adopters see
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