NSF-ISR Certification Process
The Ontario Safe Drinking Water Act, 2002 requires an accredited operating authority to be in charge of a municipal residential drinking water system. This authority must establish and maintain a quality management system that meets the requirements of Ontario Ministry of the Environment DWQMS.
NSF-ISR provides the required third-party verification that, for a specific drinking water system, an operating authority has a quality management system in place that meets the requirements of the standard.
The process of earning accreditation to the Ontario Ministry of the Environment DWQMS includes these steps:
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Meet and Celebrate the NSF International Strategic Registrations Team With #TeamTuesday
December 10, 2019
Join NSF-ISR as we celebrate our stellar team members every Tuesday on the NSF International Strategic Registrations LinkedIn page.
Interested in Joining the NSF-ISR Advisory Council?
December 2, 2019
NSF International Strategic Registrations (NSF-ISR) is seeking new members for our advisory council. The NSF-ISR Advisory Council serves a critical function by ensuring all NSF-ISR programs maintain impartiality, which is vital to the quality of NSF-ISR’s work around the globe.
Jen Morecraft Appointed Global Managing Director of NSF-ISR
August 7, 2019
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Jen Morecraft, a longtime employee of public health organization NSF International, has been named Global Managing Director of NSF International Strategic Registrations (NSF-ISR), a leading global certification body and wholly owned subsidiary of NSF International.
OEHHA Issues Proposed NSRLs for Three Disinfection By-Products
August 11, 2020
On May 22, the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA), which assesses health risks of environmental contaminants in products sold in California, issued three notices of proposed rulemaking (NPRs) establishing proposed no significant risk levels (NSRLs) for three water disinfection by-products : trichloroacetic acid, dibromoacetic acid and dichloroacetic acid; also known as haloacetic acids. These NPRs were open for comment until July 7. OEHHA is now reviewing the comments and will then issue a final rule.