NSF is seeking experts to serve on various NSF Joint Committees. Members provide technical guidance, review and vote on revisions to NSF/ANSI Standards, and address public health and safety issues. Members are needed to represent Users, Public Health and Safety/Regulatory and Industry stakeholders; and are defined below.
User is a person outside the manufacturing sector who purchases, uses, or specifies materials, products, systems, or services covered in the various scopes of the NSF/ANSI Standards.
Public Health and Safety/Regulatory is a person from a public agency (local, regional, state, federal, or international) or represents a professional public/environmental health/safety organization, academia, or a model code organization.
Industry is a person who produces, assembles, distributes, or sells materials, products, systems, or services covered in the scope of the standard. Industry trade association representatives are included in this membership classification.
There are currently openings on the following committees:
Industry members for the NSF Joint Committee on Drinking Water Additives - Treatment Chemicals - NSF/ANSI 60;
User, and Public Health and Safety/Regulatory members for the NSF Joint Committee on Resilient Flooring - NSFANSI 332 and NSF Joint Committee on Sustainable Carpet - NSF/ANSI 140, and NSF Joint Committee on Sustainable Service Providers - NSF 391, and NSF Joint Committee on Sustainable Water Chemicals - NSF 416;
User members for the Joint Committee on Dietary Supplements - NSF/ANSI 173 ;
Public Health and Safety/Regulatory members for the NSF Joint Committee on Sustainable Textiles - NSF/ANSI 336; and
User, Public Health and Safety/Regulatory, and Industry members in the areas of Bottled Water, Dietary Supplements, Sustainability and Environmentally Preferrable Products to serve on the NSF International Certification Council.
Readers, please forward this request to your expert contact who would be interested in serving in this capacity.
Please contact email@example.com for further details or to request an application.
NSF's standards are maintained using ANSI's "continuous maintenance" option, meaning that they are revised or reaffirmed at least once every four years. For further detail, see NSF's standards development and maintenance policies.
An issue paper can be completed by any stakeholder to suggest a modification to an existing standard. The procedure for completing the issue document is available here. Issue documents can be returned:
By email to to firstname.lastname@example.org
By fax to 734.827.6108
By mail to:
789 Dixboro Road
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105