GLP stands for Good Laboratory Practice. The GLP guideline deals with the organization, process and conditions under which non-clinical health and environmental safety studies are planned, performed, monitored, recorded and reported. GLP practices are intended to promote the quality and validity of test data.
GLP must be applied to non-clinical studies that are conducted to examine the properties of a chemical and/or the safety of that chemical to humans, animals and the environment, for example:
- Pharmaceuticals (Human and veterinary)
- Industrial Chemicals
- Feed and feed activities
The definition of “non-clinical safety studies” is quite broad and includes animal toxicology studies, pesticide field trials, analytical studies, in vitro studies.
The GLP online training
The Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) online course focuses on the international Good Laboratory Practice guidelines. It provides full overview of the standards and requirements of regulatory authorities in regards to non-clinical studies. By taking our online training, professionals will be able to improve their theoretical and practical understanding of the GLP standards and to obtain a GLP certificate upon successful completion of the online exam.
This course is useful because you can find out more about:
- expert interpretation and explanation of the GLP newest regulations
- case studies
- visual aids
- useful documents
- international certification
Start the course and get your certificate today.