Software for your deviation management
Control your production-related QM processes such as deviation control with our digital workflows. Our integrated solutions manage your previously paper-bound process from capture to completion completely digitally. The workflow system automatically forwards the digital form to the next instance; if deadlines are exceeded, the reminder and escalation management takes effect. Of course, an absence management is also included for the task routing.
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The digital forms are also converted to a PDF/A in parallel. This way, employees who are not involved in the process can also gain insight into the workflow and the document can be shared with external parties if required.
What is a Deviation Control process?
The purpose of the Deviation Control process is to ensure that products, processes, attachments and documents that do not comply with the defined quality specifications are identified, evaluated and subjected to a decision on how to proceed, and that the measures taken are implemented. Affected are products and processes, machines and systems that show a deviation or malfunction as well as deviations from regulations, established procedures and specifications that may have an impact on product quality.
The scope of application concerns
- Quality control
- Quality assurance
- QM Officer
- Qualified person (QP)
Every action in the process is automatically documented by the system accordingly. Integrated audit trail functions ensure high traceability.
The digital form is filled out step by step and provided with the relevant entries and data. Fields with a blue background are mandatory. Predefined value sets and drop-down functions make it easy for users to fill out the form.
After processing the individual steps (1. Initiation, 2. Cause determination, 3. Risk consideration, etc.), the workflow system automatically sends tasks and messages to the responsible agents or workflow participants. Once all steps have been processed, the workflow is considered complete.
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Some features of Deviation Management
Our Deviation Control process complies with the following regulations
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Frequently asked questions (FAQs) about Deviation Control
When working on a process step, only this step can be processed, but the other process steps are still visible.
In the workflow administration, you can configure the names of the process steps, field names and datasets.
The Deviation Control process flow has been designed in accordance with the GxP regulations and created in consultation with QM experts. Against the background of the validation documentation, the process steps are therefore mandatory. However, each process step contains a ‘Custom Panel’, which can be used to display further information or initiate actions.
In all process steps that follow the initiation, you can forward the process step to another person. The recipient’s authorization is checked during the selection.
The essential data of a Deviation Control is transferred to the attributes of the data record. This allows you to search and analyze the Deviation Controls you have created. The analyses can be exported as PDF, EXCEL or WORD documents.
In the administration, time specifications can be entered for each process step. Reminder messages are sent before the process steps are due. The reminder message is sent to the processor of the task, the coordinator and the configured group that is to be informed about the reminder (for example, QA). A reminder is sent with the configured subject.
It can be configured so that the process can be cancelled at any process step. For the cancellation, it is required to indicate a reason in a mandatory field. Only the coordinator of the process is allowed to cancel.
Having entered a measure, you can save it as a template in the measure table. The templates are available for insertion in a Deviation Control. The due date for the measure is calculated based on the duration entered in the template.
In principle, a process step is completed with an electronic signature and can no longer be corrected. With the function ‘Step back’ the process can be returned to a previous process step. The user who has completed this step receives it again for editing and the process continues from this step. Any return to a previous step is recorded in the audit trail.
If additional files are required for a process, attachments can be uploaded in all process steps and linked to the current process. The attachments are stored under a corresponding document type in the DMS and can be viewed in the Deviation Control under ‘Attachments’ by all process participants. You can configure which file types can be saved as attachments and how large the files can be.
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