Research professionals may sometimes be short on time and are unable to sign up for a Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) training course even if it’s compulsory to them. Other times it’s about the additional and unplanned costs which are out of their pre-set budget. Quite often, then, that urges people to seek alternative ways for learning and gaining industry-related skills. But finding accurate information presented in an adequately synthesized manner may be challenging. We at Astra Nova realize that no one wants to compromise on knowledge. Therefore our team of experts has prepared a comprehensive report focused on GLP.
What does the report include?
Anyone in the sector who wants to carry out a non-clinical trial should know at least the basis in order to be in compliance with all Good Laboratory Practice guidelines. We want to emphasise that it is of a great importance for researchers to demonstrate good practices, otherwise they may suffer failure. To help investigators, sponsors, study directors, facility managers and others involved in this type of research, we collected the essentials and presented them in the friendliest and simplest possible way.
Precisely, Astra Nova’s report includes specifics regarding the best practices in Quality Assurance Management in relation to the latest GLP regulations. To ensure full understanding, we outline key aspects such as:
- Clear explanations on what Good Laboratory Practice regulations are
- What GLP particularly deals with
- What GLP doesn’t deal with
- GLP documentation
In addition to this, a substantial part of the report covers points on Quality Assurance and Quality Assurance Management. Above all, one of the most critical aspects when it comes to QAM are the best practices. For this reason, we have listed and explained how and what needs to be done according to GLPs so that the quality of work is secured on 100%.
Why get this report?
We know that monitoring and maintaining data accuracy along with other procedures could be difficult and time-consuming. With the provided information, though, we aim at equipping you with clarified perspectives and readiness that will save you time and money. Finally, if you want to learn how to ensure a corrective action log or why you should keep individual assay controls, control materials and others – it is all here. And it is for free.
We have prepared a special report for you on the Best practices in Quality Assurance Management according to Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) regulations. By following the steps in this document you can ensure you or the laboratory you work at are not only compliant but also optimized accoridng to the latest regulations.
For those of you who need an official certification, you can sign up for our online Good Laboratory Practice training here.