Regulatory Adherence

Ensuring every element of your lab relocation meets stringent regulatory standards including GxP.

Effective regulatory adherence is at the forefront of every laboratory relocation carried out by aport.

The aport team is highly knowledgeable about the complexities of regulatory compliance throughout the life science sector.  This means our clients can trust us to plan and execute all laboratory relocations effectively, ensuring all ongoing research and manufacturing operations are kept safe and fully validated throughout.

aport has invested in an in-house training facility, where our staff learn the intricacies of regulatory compliance in a classroom environment, whilst our crews practice and perfect handling techniques and protocols.  We employ a full time trainer and compliance manager who train our new staff and carry out regular ongoing training for all aport laboratory relocation crews.  Our training covers the principles of working in compliant laboratory environments, as well as working to protocols and SOPs.

We have full time dangerous goods safety advisors (DGSAs) who provide specialist support on relevant jobs and a dedicated compliance team, who work with our clients on a range of projects to help minimise risk.

When it comes to regulatory compliance, our considerations include pre- and post-move qualification procedures and GxP compliance, covering GLP:GCP, GMP and GDP practices in every relocation we carry out.  Our attention to detail is second to none, as we understand the vital importance of maintaining audit trails and recording a full chain of custody for any ongoing research and samples.

aport uses audit-based tracking systems for each and every one of our laboratory relocations.  We can also provide validation data to support clients’ submissions to agencies such as the Food and Drug Agency (FDA) or European Medicines Agency (EMA) as and when required.

Contact aport for further information on how our high standards in regulatory compliance can help your business or organisation.