An analytical laboratory that must ensure compliance with good laboratory practice (GLP) requirements is responsible for many types of assays. Validation of its work is a fundamental requirement since any product must pass certain tests to be released for sale. Validation involves proving the facility, the people, the instrumentation, the methodologies, and any other work meet the requirements that make acceptable analyses possible.
Validation is a complex and detailed process. Join this session, where compliance trainer John C. Fetzer, Ph.D., will provide an overview of the areas that must be validated and the roles and responsibilities of laboratory personnel.
Compliance from sampling to data reporting has many requirements. Many of these involve areas outside of the laboratory. In this session, John will look at each step, why it is critical, what must be done, and who should be responsible. John will further cover some common areas of non-compliance, and will discuss how these can be corrected.
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John C. Fetzer, Ph.D., was a method-development chemist for over 3 decades and also laboratory manager for a decade for a GLP-compliant laboratory. He has been a trainer in compliance and quality for many years. He has published over 100 research papers, holds 3 patents, and served on the advisory boards of Analytical Chemistry, The Journal of Chromatography, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, and Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds.... More Info