A Quality system aims to ensure reproducibility and reconstuctability, and compliance with whatever standards you have set.
Good quality underpins good research
Quality Systems Workbook, Research Quality Association
Although there is no legal requirement for QA in non-regulated research, many non-commercial organisations still have a need to develop a Quality Management System (QMS) that produces robust research, as well as reproducible and reliable data.
TMQA has experience of working with a range of commercial and non-commercial organisations who wish to develop and implement a robust QMS. If your organisation needs help to develop a bespoke QMS that matches your current research needs, or, if you already have a QMS and just need advice on how to ensure it is compatible with applicable regulatory requirements, get in touch with the Team here at TMQA, and we will find a solution that fits your needs and budget.
TMQA’s Non-regulated Research QA Services
Analyse your needs
- Where are you now?
- Where do you want to be?
- How do we bridge the gap?
Develop a Quality System
- Discuss your requirements
- Design a system to reflect these
Implement a Quality System
- Mentor your staff in how to introduce the QMS
- Support you throughout the process
- Review progress and completion
Continual QA Support
- Audit on your behalf or your sponsors’
- Training and development of scientific and QA staff
- Advice and guidance on all QA matters
Our experience in non-regulated research involves working in a variety of areas including academic, University spin out and commercial organisations.