About the event
This years' MHRA Laboratories Symposium, will highlight the importance of 'fit for intended use' in the context of regulated work across GLP, GCP and GMPQC Laboratories. The content of the event is intended to illustrate that this topic is not just limited to facilities and equipment but can be applied across an organisation, from people and training, to quality management systems and report production. The day will include presentations from Laboratory inspectors, example findings and expectations relating to laboratory practice. The symposium will be an opportunity to meet with Inspectors and pose questions, as well as engage in interactive sessions, compelling audience participation. Our objective is for delegates to have a better understanding of the Laboratory inspectors position on the topic of 'fit for intended use', and how this can be applied in day to day regulated work.
The symposium will provide the latest information and guidance from the Laboratory inspectors.
• Keep up to date with laboratory regulatory requirements and MHRA expectations
• Opportunities to discuss current hot topics, increasing awareness of areas of compliance that monitoring authorities are likely to focus on during regulatory inspections
• Improve ability to recognise the types of compliance issue that facilities have to deal with on a day to day basis
• Opportunity – To meet the experts in the field and pose questions to the panel