GLP CERTIFICATE - GOOD LABORATORY PRACTICES
What is GLP?
In the experimental (non-clinical) research arena, good laboratory practice or GLP is a quality system of management controls for research laboratories and organizations to ensure the uniformity, consistency, reliability, reproducibility, quality, and integrity of products in development for human or animal health (including pharmaceuticals) through non-clinical safety tests; from physiochemical properties through acute to chronic toxicity tests.
GLP was first introduced in New Zealand and Denmark in 1972, and later in the US in 1978 in response to the Industrial BioTest Labs scandal. It was followed a few years later by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Principles of GLP in 1992; the OECD has since helped promulgate GLP to many countries.
Benefits of GLP Certification
Who can be certified GLP Certification?
Food & Beverages Labs
Food Packaging Labs
Colour Additives Labs
Animal Food Additives Labs
Non-Pharmaceutical Products Labs
Biological Products Labs
Electronic Products Labs
Document required for GLP Certification
The extent of Documented Information differs as per:
Role of Shamkris and Process of GLP Certification
Shamkris adopts a results-oriented approach to effective system implementation in the organization. A simple and practical method of system implementation helps organizations increase business efficiency and sustainability. Shamkris supports 100% documentation to obtain an accreditation body of success in addition to enhanced performance.
The implementation process is described below:
Implementing Management System
Year on Year
Good laboratory practice or GLP is a set of principles intended to assure the quality and integrity of non-clinical laboratory studies that are intended to support research or marketing permits for products regulated by government agencies.
Compliance with the OECD GLP principles helps ensure that non-clinical studies follow internationally accepted requirements.
GLP helps to ensure the credibility and traceability of data submitted, thereby addressing the issue of non-reproducibility in many biopharmaceutical experiments. GLP is intended to minimise adverse drug effects and improve human health and environmental safety profiles.