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 OECD Principles of GLP to the Organisation and Management of Multi-site Studies

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OECD
25 Feb 2002
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17
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9789264078772 (PDF)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/9789264078772-en

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This document provides guidance on the issues that are involved in the planning, performance, monitoring, recording, reporting and archiving of multi-site non-clinical health and environmental safety studies.
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Table of Contents

-Introduction
-Management and Control of Multi-Site Studies
-Quality Assurance
-Master Schedules
-Study Plan
-Performance of the Study
-Reporting of the Study Results
-Standard Operating Procedures
-Storage and Retention of Records and Materials

 
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