Our laboratory is certified under the Department of Health’s GLP scheme, and has been since its foundation in 1989. Our quality assurance department undertakes an internal programme of self inspection to ensure that our exacting standards are met.
Oxford Analytical Limited is an independent company founded in 1989, with the original focus of providing specialist GLP compliant pesticide residue analysis. Since then our services have expanded considerably and we have built upon our original areas of expertise in agrochemicals, technical material, formulated product testing, five batch analysis and storage stability testing. To now include veterinary medicine and pharmaceutical analysis.
Meet the management team
Steve started his previous company TechniChem Laboratories Ltd. in 1987 and subsequently acquired Oxford Analytical in 2000. He is responsible for its conversion from a crop residue testing laboratory in to a modern service laboratory providing a wide range of analytical expertise. He is a very experienced chartered chemist with over 30 years of working in the specialist area of contaminated land, environmental pollution and agrochemicals testing.
Sam joined Oxford Analytical Ltd in June 2005 as Laboratory Manager from his previous employment within the pharmaceutical industry where he spent 8 years as a senior analytical chemist. Sam has vast experience in instrumental techniques associated with a modern analytical laboratory and has particular expertise in the identification of impurities (impurity profile), 5 Batch Analysis, Analytical Method Development and Method Validation.
Neil has extensive experience in the physical and chemical testing of agrochemicals and residue analysis in both GLP compliant and UKAS accredited laboratories. He has an excellent working knowledge and considerable experience in the application of CIPAC, EEC and OECD analytical procedures and techniques.
Sherry joined Oxford Analytical in 2016, and has over 6 years Management experience in a similar GLP compliant facility. She leads the Quality Assurance team and works independently of the laboratory team, running a system of process based, study based and facility inspections to monitor compliance within the facility.