The latest edition of NSF/ANSI/CAN Standard 60 (Drinking Water Treatment Chemicals - Health Effects) was published in late 2020.
NSF International publishes news releases related to food, water, sustainability, health sciences, home products and management systems certifications. Below are NSF’s most recent news releases.
ANAB accreditation makes NSF the first certification body authorized to certify to NSF/ANSI 455 GMP Standards.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Global public health organization NSF International (NSF) was recently accredited by the ANSI National Accreditation Board (ANAB) to certify manufacturers to the NSF/ANSI 455 GMP stand
Ireland-based seafood certification company will combine with NSF’s existing seafood business unit.
Recently, NSF expert Martin Lush accepted an interview with "China Daily" and published his views on vaccines, Martin said, China and Asia Pacific countries have “certainly led the way and recovered faster and better than those in the West – most notably the EU and the Americas”.
“Western Governments have a lot to learn before the next pandemic hits,” said Martin.
Martin said the adverse reactions from fake and unsafe vaccines will increase vaccine hesitancy and “severel damage future, non COVID-related vaccination programs in the future.
From May 18 to May 19, after two days of tight and intense second-stage audit, NSF finally completed the FSMA VQIP certification audit of Qingdao UZP Foods Processing Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as UZP). During COVID-19 pandemic, thanks to NSF's cutting-edge technology Eyesucceed, this audit was completed under the remote witness of ANSI (American National Standards Institute) official Chris Kelly.
Ann Arbor, April 02, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- In early March 2020, Amarex Clinical Research LLC, an NSF International company, executed a rush submission of an emergency use Investigational New Drug (IND) application to add COVID-19 as a new indication for CytoDyn’s monoclonal antibody product, Leronlimab. The product is currently being tested for HIV infection, and oncology indications, and has the potential to modulate the “cytokine storm” sometimes seen in COVID-19 patients.
People around the world are practicing social distancing and self-isolation at home, which means more home-cooked meals and an increased need for proper food handling, storage and cooking techniques.
These are uncertain and anxious times, so we want to assure you that NSF International is taking proactive steps to minimize the spread of COVID-19.
Did you know that the biosafety cabinet program at NSF International doesn't just certify products? It's true that NSF uses NSF/ANSI Standard 49 to evaluate class II laminar flow biosafety cabinets, but we also have two different accreditation programs for the skilled technicians and service providers who "field test" or "field certify" biosafety cabinets each year. These field certifiers go into hospitals, research facilities, universities and other microbiological and biomedical laboratories to make sure that biosafety cabinets are operating correctly, year after year.
NSF International is committed to protecting and improving human health, including the health of our clients, representatives and staff. We are taking action to help prevent the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in NSF operations and activities worldwide.