Regulatory Resources

NSF was originally established as the National Sanitation Foundation in 1944 at the University of Michigan School of Public Health as an independent, non-governmental, not-for-profit organization. The mission of NSF International is to protect public health, a mission we share with regulatory agencies and personnel whose job is to do the same.

Regulators play a critical role in NSF standards development, conformity assessment programs, training and technical services through cooperation, collaboration and partnership.

The mission of the Regulatory Affairs experts at NSF is to support the legislative, regulatory and academic communities and to help them fulfill their public health protection responsibilities. Let NSF be a resource to you!

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NSF Regulatory Experts

are available to make presentations at meetings and conferences, in person or via webinar, on a wide variety of public health topics.

  • Government/ and Regulatory Affairs, and Professional and Industry Associations

    Stan Hazan, Sr. Director

  • Federal and State Legislative Affairs

    Harold Chase, Director of Legislative Affairs

  • Health Department Codes and Regulations

    Derek DeLand, Manager of Environmental Health Programs

  • Building and Plumbing Codes and Inspectors, Water Regulators and Water Utilities

    Jeremy Brown, Senior Technical Reviewer - Water Systems

  • Product Certification Inquiries and General NSF Information

    Mindy Costello, Consumer Information Specialist

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