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NSAI Publishes 2016 Annual Report

Tánaiste and Minister Breen Highlight Importance of Standards for Irish Businesses as NSAI Publishes 2016 Annual Report.

  • Key international business standards can be a significant source of confidence for Irish organisations in a post-Brexit world, according to Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald TD
  • Minister of State Pat Breen TD says Irish businesses should invest in standards in order to better compete on the international stage
  • NSAI’s 2016 Annual Report shows more than 1,000 organisations use NSAI management standards, which underpin trade and best practice across the EU

​Full details on NSAI.ie/AnnualReport2016

Guidance to hygiene for food processors | DRAFT

NSAI has launched a period of public consultation on I.S. 342 until 10th Sept. 2017.

The guidance applies to food
businesses with food processing operations & includes food businesses that process foods of animal origin.

Register on the Your Standards, Your Say portal to read, review & comment on the draft standard.

Workshop on ISO Biobanking Standard

ISO 20387 was issued for public comment in July.

NSAI will host a workshop to demonstrate how to access, review & submit comments.

The workshop will be held in the Durkan Lecture Theatre, St. James's Hospital, Dublin on Thursday 14th September.

The workshop is free to attend but registration is required.

Register your details

UPDATE on ISO 45001 - second draft approved

The latest draft of ISO 45001 has been approved & will replace OHSAS 18001:2007.

When published the final ISO 45001 will join a suite of management systems standards incl. ISO 9001.

NSAI advise that you plan for the change by using the NSAI OH&S questionnaire.

Download the questionnaire 

NSAI Medical Devices | Medical Device Single Audit Program (MDSAP) Update

We are pleased to announce that NSAI Medical Devices has received formal approval as an Audit Organization under the Medical Device Single Audit Program (MDSAP) from the International Medical Device Regulators Forum.

MDSAP will allow recognized Auditing Organizations to conduct a single audit of a Medical Device Manufacturer covering the regulatory requirements of up to five regulatory jurisdictions. 

Click on the link below for additional information on the MDSAP program, along with timelines and actions that NSAI is requesting from its clients to ensure we meet the necessary deadlines.

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