ASYS employees are trained in regulatory basics
As a provider of automation solutions for the electronics, energy and life science industries, ASYS offers customized solutions for many applications.
The specific requirements in the life science sector, which includes medical technology, diagnostics, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, are particularly evident in the context of design and documentation. A basic requirement for delivery to the regulated industry is that the relevant guidelines such as GMP, GAMP or 21 CFR Part 820 are observed.
Therefore, regular training of ASYS employees is required. In 2019, already two years ago, more than 100 employees were further trained in GMP, GAMP and MDR in a training series of five dates. This year, another 40 employees were trained in regulatory basics. We attach great importance to practical training with a special focus on the particularities of the machine building industry. Topics such as the V-model, change management and qualification content were conveyed to interested employees from almost all phases of the value chain, such as design, SW development, operations, service and project management. The training series was held by Servotech, an internationally active service company from Langenburg. Servotech specializes in qualification and validation in the pharmaceutical and medical technology sectors.
"It is important for us to set up all employees working on various life science projects in a technically good way. Our customers expect all project team members to not only have the perfect automation solution in mind, but also to be able to bridge the gap to patient safety and the responsibility that comes with it," says Dirk Bauernfeind, Product Manager for Life Science at ASYS Group. He further explains, "The rapidly growing life science sector simply has a few special rules that need to be managed. Therefore, we will continue to focus on continuous training of our team in the future." Another training date for 2021 is already being planned.