My question is regarding GLP. Are there written requirements of GLP anywhere .which would be fulfilled to by lab .
More over in ISO 17025 we have clause of improvements. If the lab will get same results as was in previous year then it means the lab has maintained its success or maintained the implemented rules. Does this would be counted in improvement ? Further to fulfill the clause of improvement what would you suggest to do ?
Typically, a country will have specific GLP requirements and an official GLP monitoring authority that conducts study audits and provides certificates of compliance to organisations for compliance to the OECD principles of GLP.
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If the lab will get same results as was in previous year then it means the lab has maintained its success or maintained the implemented rules. Does this would be counted in improvement?
No this is not improvement. The term “improvement” relates to an increased ability to fulfil requirements, not just having maintained or met the same “level” of implementation.
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Further to fulfill the clause of improvement what would you suggest to do ?"
Improvement involves meeting requirements in a more effective and or efficient way. It could also come from improved monitoring and traceability of objective evidence. Opportunities for improvement can be identified through:
feedback from customers and personnel (positive and negative)
review of operational procedures, risk and opportunity assessments, audits, and management review
data and trend analysis, including quality control (internal and proficiency testing), corrective actions, audits, and root cause / corrective action trends
analyzing outcomes and use the evaluation to improve customer service, specific laboratory activities, and the overall management system
You should use your procedure for addressing risks and opportunities to select which improvements to make.