Issuing the Certificate of Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.
According to the Chemicals Act (ChemG), non-clinical health and environmental safety tests of substances or preparations whose results are intended to enable an assessment of their potential hazards to humans and the environment in an authorisation, authorisation, registration, registration or notification procedure must be carried out in accordance with the principles of good laboratory practice. The Principles of Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) set well-defined standards for organisation, personnel, premises, test and reference substances, work instructions, results reports and archiving. The aim of the GLP is to achieve international recognition of test results - and thus also a reduction in the number of animal tests. In order to obtain the GLP certificate, test facilities and sites must demonstrate that they meet the requirements of the GLP. The certificate of compliance with the GLP principles shall be issued by the competent authority at the request of the competent authority if the test facility, including the test procedures carried out, actually complies with the GLP principles.