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Quality Management

INRAE has redefined its Quality policy for the years 2012-2016 . The Experimental Unit of Experimental Genetics and Innovative Systems of the Nouvelle Aquitaine-Poitiers Center in engaged in this approach of quality assurance in research (AQR) since 10 years.

The objective is to satisfy all the requirements of the INRAE version 2 repository, it will be achieved through the following points

  • Ensure the traceability of research work, pour la production de publications, for the production of publications, to ensure the sustainability and capitalization of know-how, and when appropriate, to defend intellectual property;
  • guarantee the quality of the biological materials that INRAE exchanges with its partners , through the formalization of control provisions and material transfer agreements;
  • contribute to the sustainability of data and IT applications , In support of actions and technical devices and profession ;
  • guarantee the reliability of the processes that commit the institute to its partners, in particular in collaborative research systems;
  • guarantee the quality of the services rendered by the support functions , developing the management dialogue between the research and experimental units and the support services of the centers;
  • contribute to the control of risks to people and the environment in synergy with the gaits to prevention and of sustainable development

A manager AQR of the unit in named, relayed by quality correspondents within the teams more specifically for equipment monitoring .

The actions put in place are

  • Metrological monitoring of equipment and appointment of a metrological manager
  • Traceability and sample management
  • Monitoring and management of experimental
  • Management of works and publications
  • Integration of professional risk management
  • Management of results monitoring

Current actions are

  • Pharmacy management & traceability of the use of treatment products (CASAM)
  • Centralization and archiving of protocols and equipment management  (AQTools)
  • The mastery of occupational risks UE
  • The drafting of administrative quality documents
  • Updating of breeding documents
  • Management of reagents, products and consumables
  • The commitment of the cryobank of Rouillé in the gait of labeling  standard type CRB (NFS 96-900)