Case Study: NSF-ISR Certifies Westside Finishing Company, Inc. to ISO 9001 During a Pandemic
The standard is based on a number of quality management principles including a strong customer focus, support of top management, the process approach and continual improvement. A focus on quality management is essential in sustaining business success. With over a million ISO 9001 certificates issued around the world, certification is no longer "a nice to have," but an essential business tool.
For both service and manufacturing organizations, the numerous benefits of a certified ISO 9001 management system include:
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NSF-ISR Webinar Addresses the Updated Audit Process During COVID-19
April 29, 2020
Like many organizations, we recognize that during this time we must adapt and look at ways to continue to meet the needs of our customers while still maintaining the integrity of our business and protecting public health and safety. Our updated audit process allows us 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.
NSF-ISR Provides Alternate and Remote Audits for Management Systems Certification Due to COVID-19
April 3, 2020
Due to the evolving COVID-19 pandemic and impact on our clients, NSF International Strategic Registrations (NSF-ISR) has developed options to ensure the continuity of certification, while doing our part to protect our number one priority, the health and safety of our team members, colleagues and customers.
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.
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.