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CLSI QMS11

Nonconforming Event Management

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Organization: CLSI
Publication Date: 1 August 2015
Status: inactive
Page Count: 128
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This guideline is intended for use by individuals in a laboratory to facilitate establishment and maintenance of an internal nonconforming event (NCE) management program that includes:

  • Responding to an event that does not conform to the laboratory's established policies, processes, and/or procedures
  • Responding to an event that does not follow established QMS policies, processes, and/or procedures
  • Monitoring events through the data assessment, management review, and continual improvement (CI) connected processes

This guideline is intended to supplement, but not replace, an organization's established risk management or patient safety program.

The guidance provided herein is perhaps best used within a medical laboratory; however, other types of laboratories may also find value in the concepts presented.

Document History

August 1, 2015
Nonconforming Event Management
This guideline is intended for use by individuals in a laboratory to facilitate establishment and maintenance of an internal nonconforming event (NCE) management program that includes: • Responding...
CLSI QMS11
August 1, 2015
Nonconforming Event Management
This guideline is intended for use by individuals in a laboratory to facilitate establishment and maintenance of an internal nonconforming event (NCE) management program that includes: Responding to...
November 1, 2007
Management of Nonconforming Laboratory Events; Approved Guideline
This guideline is intended for use by individuals in any clinical service as an internal program for detecting, documenting, investigating, analyzing, correcting, and following up on events that do...

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