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GPP – mit dem Workflow verbundene Risiken minimieren
Good Pipetting Practice
GPP – Improve data consistency
Risk based
Life cycle oriented
Application specific
Minimize Risk, Maximize Repeatability
Improve the Quality of Your Data
Good Pipetting Practice
Minimize Pipetting Risks with GPP™
Boost Data Accuracy and Reproducibility
Improve your data quality with Good Pipetting Practice – the compre­­­­hen­­
sive, systematic METTLER TOLEDO approach to maximizing pipetting ac­
curacy and reproducibility. Organized into five major components, GPP is
grounded in Rainin’s more than 40 years of expertise working side-by-side
with researchers to achieve the highest levels of accuracy and precision
across all applications.
Apply the principles of GPP in your lab and everyone on your team will:
• Understand the array of liquid handling instruments and options available
• Know how to optimize their workflow for each of the liquid handling steps involved
• Gain the range of pipetting skills necessary to produce reliable data
• Appreciate how ergonomics can influence data production and their own comfort
• Recognize the risk associated with out-of-calibration pipettes and the role of routine
checks versus professional service.
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Evaluation
Selection
Training
Determine your needs
Understanding your options is the
first step toward achieving more
reproducible results. A clear idea
of your desired workflow and the
level of accuracy and precision
required will speed your evaluation of applicable tools and
technologies.
Get the right tools
Liquid characteristics profoundly
affect pipette performance. Your
time and materials are expensive,
so making sure that pipettes, tips
and related tools are the most
appropriate for your application
will save money and increase
productivity.
Assure proper use
An optimized pipetting system is
only as good as the people who
use it. Proper training in ergonomics and good technique such as
knowing which methods to use
for various liquids will enhance
accuracy and the repeatability of
your results.
Calibration
Routine Operation
Calibration certification
High-quality pipettes should
come with a calibration certificate
when purchased, then be put on
a schedule for regular calibration,
based on use. Try our online
Risk Check tool to better understand and mitigate your risks:
www.mt.com/gpp
Verification and service
Periodic verification and a system
for assuring that every pipette in
your lab receives regular service
is essential to maintaining a high
performance environment.
Risk based GPP Life Cycle
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Good Measuring Practices
Comprehensive Lifecycle Management
Five Steps to Improved Measuring Results
GPP™ is part of the global METTLER TOLEDO Good Measuring Practices
program, which covers the five key steps of any instrument’s life cycle. We
also take into account regulatory requirements and norms relevant to your
industry. With this information, Good Measuring Practices provide straight
forward recommendations for selecting, installing, calibrating and operat­
ing laboratory equipment such as weighing, titration and pipetting systems.
Routine Operation
To assure continuous process safety, your instruments need regular performance verification and calibration. The Good Measuring
Practices guidelines provide you with clear recommendations for
optimal routine testing and maintenance.
Calibration/Qualification
Trust the METTLER TOLEDO trained service team when it
comes to calibrating and qualifying your instruments. Our
expertise assures compliance with your process requirements
and your industry’s regulations and norms.
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Evaluation
It all starts with a detailed understanding of your process flows and the
criteria required for consistently achieving highest quality of your applications and your data.
Selection
Our application experts support you in choosing the ideal combination of instrument and measuring technology to best match your
process needs.
Installation/Training
Enjoy every confidence in your new instrument and master it with full
professional skills right from day one.
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Good Measuring Practices
Process Reliability
With Good Measuring Practices
The Good Measuring Practices program is supporting you in laboratory and production
environments with quality assurance measures for pipetting, titration and weighing.
By focusing on processes and their associated requirements and risks, Good Measur­
ing Practices guidelines help ensure that reliable measuring methods are integral to
your quality management system.
Risk Control and Cost Optimization
Good Measuring Practices offer so­
lid guidance for evaluating process
risks and determining the optimal
testing and maintenance schemes
for your measuring devices. By improving instrument per­formance you
minimize process risk, gain greater
confidence during internal and external audits and optimize your total
cost of ownership. The guidelines
are extremely useful in implement-
Guaranteed Quality
Good Measuring Practices by
METTLER TOLEDO guarantee better weighing, titration and pipetting results, providing in-depth
instrument, application and compliance expertise.
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ing a sound quality management
system and maintaining the quality
of your processes.
Comprehensive Lifecycle
Approach
For the five steps of the comprehensive lifecycle approach, Good Measuring Practices provide effective
measures to maximize operational
security and minimize testing cost
and process risk.
Safe Audits
The program provides qualification and calibration certificates,
documenting the necessary performance verification of all equipment in audit-proof reports.
Reduced Costs
Proposed testing strategies are
cost-optimized yet safe and
are based on a risk assessment
of the relevant parameters:
• instrument functionalities
• process requirements
• environmental influences
Minimized Risks
The Good Measuring Practices
program is designed to assist
you in defining and implementing
operational methods to assure accurate results and fulfill regulatory
requirements.
Optimized Operational Efforts
Optimized testing scenarios in­
volving both the instrument operator and the METTLER TOLEDO
Service team ensure sustainable
measuring quality and production
processes at all times.
Good Measuring Practices
Risk-based guidelines for weighing, titration and pipetting from
METTLER TOLEDO empower you
to make the right decision when
it really matters. Enjoy confidence in your process safety
and instrument performance day
in, day out, knowing that you
fully comply with the regulatory
norms of your industry. Good
Measuring Practices guidelines
satisfy all your needs for quality
assurance, providing you with
peace of mind at all times!
Good Measuring Practices
www.mt.com/GP
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What’s Your Pipetting Risk?
Good Pipetting Practice is a comprehensive, customized program for
determining your specific pipetting risks and understanding how to
mitigate them. Our GPP Risk Check™ is a great way to get started –
take just 5 minutes and you will receive an assessment of your pipetting
risks and recommendations for minimizing them.
METTLER TOLEDO has a comprehensive seminar offering around
GPP and risk management in pipetting. If you are interested, please
get in contact with your Rainin representative.
www.mt.com/gpp
Mettler-Toledo AG
CH-8606 Greifensee
Switzerland
Tel. +41-44-944 22 11
Fax +41-44-944 30 60
Subject to technical changes
© 02/2012 Mettler-Toledo AG
Global MarCom Switzerland
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