Currently, more and more laboratories are run like businesses, where success is driven by credibility. In order to be credible in the current competitive environment, your laboratory must:
- Produce reliable and accurate results with unambiguous test reports
- Deliver correct information to the correct customer in a timely manner
- Perform economically and efficiently
- Be able to retrieve historical records and data
- Operate independently in quality assessment
- Withstand audits and inspections
Critically, the loss of credibility in a laboratory leads to customer skepticism and a loss in confidence of your capabilities. Without Good (Quality Control) Laboratory Practices – G(QC)LP – you are left focusing on “defending” results, and regulatory or external pressure which distract personnel from value-adding and cost-effective operations. This course will help you and your laboratory perform successfully by providing you with knowledge and the understanding needed to establish and maintain G(QC)LP.
- List the key elements and basic principles that are necessary to establish proper control and sustain compliance in a Quality Control / Analytical Laboratory
- Understand the difference(s) between Out Of Specification (OOS) and (Out Of Trend) OOT
- Explain the essential steps in conducting OOS / OOT investigation, including the criteria of re-testing and re-sampling
- Know how to document the outcome of OOS / OOT investigation
- State your role and responsibilities regarding G(QC)LP compliance
You will benefit from this training if you are a regulated laboratory analyst or supervisor, or if you have a general interest in GxP and laboratory practices.
Format and Course Length
The 1-day course involves a lively mix of case studies / workshops and tutorial sessions. The delivery method is collaborative involving a small group and facilitator, which has been shown to enhance effective learning and critical thinking skills of participants. You will receive PDF copies of the training material and a Certificate of Attendance.
Singapore, July 2020.
Dates can be flexible and we encourage you to contact us with your needs so we can discuss how to help.