Good Laboratory Practice (GLP, german "Gute Laborpraxis") was introduced worldwide to ensure the reliability of data and the international recognition of data from laboratories. As a quality assurance system, it encompasses all organizational structures and the process of analyses and tests for the approval of a drug. In this context, particular emphasis is placed on traceability, traceability, allocation of responsibilities and storage. The German GLP Federal Agency is located at the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR).
The GLP requirements are extensive, and Petra Mandausch, Managing Director of REISSWOLF Akten- und Datenvernichtung GmbH and REISSWOLF Archivservice GmbH, is all the more pleased about the successful GLP certification. Thus the REISSWOLF archive service GmbH may call itself immediately officially GLP-certified order archives .
"GLP certification is a further building block for us in further expanding our service portfolio, especially for companies in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries. The professional archiving of GLP-relevant data carriers is of great importance in this industry and interest is correspondingly high", explains Petra Mandausch and adds: "In our GLP order archive we have space for 25,000 REISSWOLF archive cartons. In addition, there is a separate fully air-conditioned area for the storage of electronic data media, equipped with an independent fire alarm system and automatic argon extinguishing system for the highest safety and quality requirements.
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