The different of ISO 17025: 2005 vs Good Laboratory Practices

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ISO 17025 is an international standard containing general requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories.GLP (Good Laboratory Practices) is an OECD Principles on Good Laboratory Practice, OECD (Organization for Economic Co- operation and Development).


 ISO 17025:2005
-          Iso members
-          The same standard for all ISO
-          Designed for repetitive studies
-          Description of Quality System in Quality Manual
-          General statements for responsibilities of personnel
-          No specific requirements for storage of records and reports
-          No study plans required (standardized methods should be used)
-          Written operating procedures without specific format
-          Analysis methods must be verified through inter-laboratory test (PT)
-          Documented complaints procedures
-          Storage of test samples and data until client accepts results

 GLP
-          OECD Members
-          Different regulations in different countries
-          Designed for single studies
-          Description of Quality System in SOPs
-          Very specific responsibilities of personnel
-          Specific requirements for storage, retention and archiving
-          Validation through inter-laboratory tests not required
-          In case of problems,  only course of law
-          Storage of test samples according to local regulatory requirements

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