Automotive and Aerospace
NSF-ISR experts provide IATF 16949, AS91xx and ISO 9001 quality management systems certifications. NSF International offers friction material testing and certification services.
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IAOB and SMMT Provide New IATF 16949 Resources
Certified Organization/Client Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
The current climate is presenting many challenges to your business but maintaining a valid management system certificate shouldn’t be one of them. NSF-ISR can offer some unique and alternative approaches to audits to maintain the validity and integrity of our issued certificate and protect the health and safety of our collective teams. Learn more in this client FAQ document.
Webinar: NSF-ISR COVID-19 Related Audits
Our COVID-19 alternative audit processes allow NSF-ISR to continue to provide comprehensive management systems registration services while keeping the health and safety of our team members, colleagues and clients our number one priority. Watch the webinar and download the presentation deck, to demystify the available audit options and understand the NSF-ISR approach and how to prepare for the audit. We also provide a Q&A session.
News and Events
NSF-ISR Authorized to Help Protect the Department of Defense Supply Chain Through New Cybersecurity Program
February 25, 2021
Important Changes in Audit Reporting for IATF Certified Organizations Take Effect in January 2021
October 23, 2020
The International Automotive Task Force (IATF) has deployed the Common Audit Report Application (CARA), which all certification bodies must fully implement by January 1, 2021. CARA was developed to reduce differences among the audit reports of all IATF-recognized certification bodies, including NSF International Strategic Registrations (NSF-ISR).
Our CEO’s Statement on Racism and a Pledge to Take Action
June 12, 2020
Internal Audits: Achieve Your Best System by Being Your Worst Critic
December 5, 2019
A strong internal auditing program can help organizations keep their systems working effectively by becoming their own worst critic to drive needed continual improvement.