Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) Training
WHY IS GOOD
LABORATORY PRACTICE (GLP) TRAINING IMPORTANT?
Any organization conducting a non-clinical study
is required to follow good laboratory practices, which help assure regulatory
authorities that the data submitted is a true reflection of the results
obtained during the study and can therefore be relied upon when making
risk/safety assessments. GLP training is important so your organization
can implement GLP and produce reliable data that complies with regulatory
agencies' good laboratory practice guidelines, specifications, and regulations.
As the leader in continuing education and
accredited technical training, The Center for Professional Advancement (CfPA)
offers the most state-of-the-art, cutting-edge GLP training available. Our
comprehensive curriculum of online and public courses run one- to five- days in
length and include discussions, case studies, and group problem-solving
exercises which are taught by top industry leaders who share their knowledge in
an enthusiastic, interactive manner.
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Practice (GLP) Highlights
WHAT ARE GOOD
LABORATORY PRACTICES (GLP)?
Good Laboratory Practice (GLP)
generally refers to a system of management controls for laboratories and
research organizations to ensure the consistency and reliability of results as
outlined in the OECD Principles of GLP and other national regulations.
Good Laboratory Practice is
a quality system and the manner in which non-clinical safety studies are:
Planned, performed, monitored, recorded, reported and archived.
Learn the good laboratory
practice regulations by taking CfPA's in-demand Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) course. This GLP training course
will concentrate on OECD good laboratory practice guidelines and their
application in member countries. View course summary now.
WHEN WERE GOOD LABORATORY PRACTICES
History of Good Laboratory Practices:
1978 - Final FFDCA GLP
1981 - OECD GLP Principles adopted
1983 - Final EPA GLP Regulations
1987 - Revised FFDCA GLP Regulations
1989 - Revised EPA GLP Regulations
1997 - Revised OECD GLP Regulations
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WHO IS INVOLVED IN
GOOD LABORATORY PRACTICE (GLP)?
Personnel involved in good laboratory practice:
- Organization commissioning and submitting GLP work
- Responsible for providing adequate resources to run GLP studies and
designates a study director prior to study initiation and replace, if necessary
- The single point of study control-takes responsibility for the overall
conduct of the study and its final report
- Follow protocols, SOPs, analytical methods
- Responsible for test site supervision
Quality Assurance Unit (QAU) - The means management uses to
assure regulatory agencies that the work was conducted and reported according
to good laboratory practice regulations
The current regulatory environment imposes far reaching responsibilities on
Study Directors and Principal Investigators in preclinical regulatory R&D.
CfPA's dynamic new course, GLP Study Director focuses on the GLP regulations of the FDA and
OECD. View course summary now.
WHO NEEDS GOOD LABORATORY PRACTICE (GLP) TRAINING?
Practices are required for all laboratory and field studies intended to assess
the safety of the following:
Drugs & medical devices - human & veterinary
Pesticides - fungicides, herbicides (weedkillers), insecticides, etc.
Chemicals - dyes, photocopier toners, detergents, adhesives etc.
Biologicals - antibiotics, hormones, transplants
WHEN AND WHERE CAN I GET GOOD LABORATORY PRACTICE (GLP) TRAINING?
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