Compliance Corner: First Impressions Count During FDA Inspections, Ex-Investigators Say
Referring to a US FDA investigator as an "inspector" might not seem like a big deal, but it is – and doing so can taint an inspection right from the start, industry insider Ricki Chase says. The former director of FDA’s Investigations Branch gives other pointers – including avoiding snatching investigator credentials and asking investigators if they're at the company to inspect the cafeteria. Another former FDA Investigations Branch director, David Chesney, chimes in, offering advice to ensure the best first impression.
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