OECD Principles of Good Laboratory Practice

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COVID-19 Training Services Update

During these challenging times, NATA is committed to finding ways to continue providing training services to our clients. We have temporarily suspended our face to face courses  however we are proud to introduce a suite of virtual learning workshops very soon. Our virtual learning workshops will continue to deliver our world class training in real time using an engaging and interactive format. This is the perfect and  convenient alternative to our face-to-face training courses, allowing safe interaction with your fellow attendees in a virtual training session. If you would like more information about NATA’s virtual learning workshops, please contact trainingservices@nata.com.au.


   
This training course is based on the OECD Principles of Good Laboratory Practice (GLP). If you are interested in attending this course, please email trainingservices@nata.com.au or phone our team on 1800 621 666 to discuss your requirements.


Non-Members: $1485.00 (including 10% tax)
Members: $1320.00 (including 10% tax)

Length: 2 days

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OVERVIEW:

This course will explain how to manage the conduct of non-clinical environmental health and safety studies in accordance with the OECD Principles of GLP. These should be followed to collect data for the registration of chemicals such as pharmaceuticals, agricultural and veterinary products, and industrial chemicals.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Staff from facilities who conduct non-clinical environmental health and safety studies. This would also assist sponsors who may be submitting data to regulators both here and overseas.

COURSE CONTENT:

  • Overview of good laboratory practices.
  • Hierarchy of the OECD Principles of GLP and associated documents.
  • Management of test facilities and sites including roles and responsibilities of study personnel.
  • Quality assurance and conducting audits of studies.
  • Managing equipment, procedures and methods, test and reference items and study data records.
  • Preparation of study plans and reports.
  • Archiving.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

After completion of this course participants will be able to:

  • Document operations and activities in accordance with the OECD Principles of GLP
  • Delineate the roles and responsibilities of management, study director/principal investigator, QA, archivist, study personnel and more
  • Plan and conduct a study that meets the requirements of the OECD Principles of GLP
  • Effectively record study raw data
  • Compile a GLP Study Report
  • Archive records and materials in a GLP compliant manner
  • Implement a GLP compliant QA program
  • Identify the relevant requirements of the OECD Principles of GLP in relation to multi-site studies
  • Plan and conduct validation of computerised systems


If you have any questions please contact:

NATA Training Services Group
Phone: 1800 621 666
Email: trainingservices@nata.com.au