Inspectors

How do I apply to become a FACT Inspector?

FACT uses an online application for inspectors.  The application and other information may be found on the FACT Inspector Application page.

Does FACT have different categories of Inspectors that I may apply for?

There are different categories for various aspects of cellular therapy programs and cord blood banks. The basic eligibility requirements and categories can be viewed on our Inspector Categories page.

Are there separate training courses for cellular therapy and cord blood inspectors?

FACT offers separate workshops and other training materials for both cellular therapy and cord blood inspectors. Information about upcoming workshops may be found on our Calendar.

I am a current inspector and I cannot receive the webinars or register for workshops for free. How do I register for these events free of charge?

All current FACT inspectors need to complete the online FACT inspector application in order for the new FACTWeb system to recognize them as inspectors. This will provide them with free access to FACT educational activities and inspector resources. As soon as you submit the application, FACT will mark you as an inspector in the FACTWeb system. To complete the FACT inspector application, go to the FACT Inspector Application page
If you have any questions, email us at factweb@unmc.edu or call us at 1.402.559.1950

Are JACIE inspectors able to attend FACT training workshops for free?

Only FACT inspectors and FACT inspector trainees may attend training events free of charge.

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If any, where can I find an audit tool for cellular therapy compliance? (collection) Do we have areas that are being standardized and benchmarked?

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