Herbalife Nutrition’s innovation and manufacturing facilities in Winston-Salem, North Carolina and Lake Forest, California earned the ISO 45001 Occupational Health and Safety Standard from NSF-ISR, a recognition given to companies who are actively protecting employee health and safety. This is Herbalife’s third certification from NSF International, an independent global laboratory.
“The ISO certification process is demanding so each team member must be dedicated to the pursuit of quality and safety,” said Mark Schissel, Executive Vice President of Worldwide Operations. “By achieving ISO 45001 certification, we demonstrate our continued commitment to excellence and best practices to support a healthy and safer work environment.”
Both facilities operate in accordance to U.S. Good Manufacturing Practices, which sets regulatory standards for dietary supplements, acidified foods and food products, and the company’s quality control laboratory maintains ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation through the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation. The North Carolina and California locations are two of five such facilities Herbalife operates around the globe.