ResInnova Laboratories offers high-quality testing and compliance/certification with several regulatory systems. Our labs are routinely, externally audited to ensure that your data is reliable, repeatable, and scientifically accurate. We meet the requirements for submission to both the US EPA and the US FDA. Whether you’re interested in early R&D for your product or GLP testing for a 510k, contact us with your testing needs.
The International Antimicrobial Council (IAC) certification ensures correct performance of antimicrobial textile standards by laboratory personnel. Each member of ResInnova’s laboratory is tested by the IAC annually.
Good Laboratory Practices (GLP)
The Good Laboratory Practices were enacted as law in 1978 to ensure that all data submitted to federal regulatory agencies is performed safely and reliably. The GLPs were introduced to assure that a study is conducted by qualified personnel working in well-maintained facilities with appropriate materials and calibrated equipment, using properly designed experiments recorded with clear and complete detailed documentation, overseen by an independent Quality Assurance Unit, and safely archived for audit/inspection by regulatory agents.
EPA Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) ensures the quality and integrity of test data submitted to the Environmental Protection Agency. The EPA writes regulations, provides guidance, reviews submitted data, inspects for compliance, registers toxic materials, and enforces legal action for violations.
FDA GLP prescribes good laboratory practices for conducting nonclinical laboratory studies that support or are intended to support applications for research or marketing permits for products regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This program supports customers requesting a GLP assessment, as FDA does not provide a certificate of compliance.