OECD Series on Principles of Good Laboratory Practice and Compliance Monitoring

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2077-785X (online)
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This is the complete set of the series on OECD Principles of Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) which set the quality standards for the organisation and management of test facilities and for performing and reporting studies related to the safety of chemical substances and preparations. The GLP Principles cover all aspects of a laboratory’s daily activity, such as the layout of testing and storage areas to prevent contamination, cleaning and calibration of equipment, handling of test animals, and recording and archiving of test results. The GLP Principles thereby help ensure that studies submitted to regulatory authorities, to notify or register chemicals, are of sufficient quality and rigour and are verifiable.

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The Application of the GLP Principles to Field Studies

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OECD
15 Sep 1999
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16
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9789264078635 (PDF)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/9789264078635-en

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This document specifies the application of the Good Laboratory Practice principles to field studies, interpreting such concepts as study, test site, study director, management responsibilities, quality assurance, etc. for application in this specific context.

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Table of Contents

Background 8
Interpretations Relateed to Definitions of Terms 9
Interpretations Related to Test Facility Organisation and Personnel 10
-Test Facility Management’s Responsibilities 10
-Study Director’s Responsibilities 11
-Principal Investigator‘s Responsibilities 11
Interpretations Related to the Quality Assurance Programme 12
Interpretations Related to Facilities 13
-General 13
-Facilities for Handling Test and Reference Items  13
-Waste Disposal 13
Interpretations Related to Apparatus, Material and Reagents 14
Interpretations Related to Test Systems 14
Interpretations Related to Rest and Reference Items 14
-Receipt, Handling, Sampling and Storage 14
-Characterisation 15
Interpretations Related to Standard Operating Procedures 15
Interpretations Related to Performance of the Study 16
-Study Plan 16
-Conduct of the Study 16
Interpretations Related to Reporting of Study Results 16
Interpretations Related to Storage and Retention of Records and Materials 16

 
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