OECD Principles of Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) course

A course for managing non-clinical environmental health and safety issues

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Overview

OECD Principles of Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) is a quality system that covers the organisational process and conditions under which non-clinical health and environmental safety studies are  planned, recorded, monitored and reported.

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Who should do the course?

The course is designed for staff from organisations that conduct non-environmental health and safety studies. It is also valuable to sponsors who may be submitting data to regulators in Australia and overseas.

What you will learn

This course explains the OECD principles of GLP as they are applied to companies that need to collect and submit data for the registration of chemicals such as pharmaceuticals, agricultural and veterinary products and industrial chemicals.

This includes:

  • GLP and the hierarchy of OECD documents
  • Different types of organisations and key staff
  • Quality assurance processes e.g., auditing
  • Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)
  • The GLP recognition process

In addition:

  • Understanding document operations and activities in accordance with OECD GLP principles
  • The roles and responsibility of staff
  • Planning and conducting a study to meet requirements
  • Compiling a GLP study report
  • Compliance and Quality Management
  • Requirements for multi-sites
  • Plan and validate computer systems

Location & cost

Duration: 2-days.

Locations: Brisbane, Sydney.

Prices ex. GST.

Face-to-face

Member: $1170

Non-member: $1404

Virtual

Member: $1100

Non-Member: $1320

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