Peracto is accredited by both the National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA) in Australia and International Accreditation New Zealand (IANZ) as being compliant with the OECD Principles of Good Laboratory Practise (GLP). GLP is a management system for non-clinical health and environmental safety studies.
Compliance with GLP means that residue data generated in Australia and New Zealand may be accepted by regulatory authorities in other countries.
Peracto conducts studies for various organisations requiring residue data for registration submissions.
Using their network of operators, Peracto can conduct trials right across Australia and New Zealand. Through excellent connections with growers, Peracto prides itself on being able to locate crops for residue trials according to client requirements.
GLP accreditation also means that out of season trials for the northern hemisphere can be undertaken in Australasia, giving companies the opportunity to conduct two season’s trials in one calendar year.
Staphyt can look after residue studies in Europe.