NASF has gotten even bigger as we welcome new members in all membership categories!
The Small Business Profile for the States and Territories, an annual analysis of each state’s small businesses, finds that small businesses employ 55 million workers nationwide, nearly half – 49.1 percent – of the private-sector labor force.
While NASF and the Sierra Club are litigating the rule in federal appeals court in Washington, as part of the final rule, EPA incorporated several housekeeping practices into 40 CFR 63.342(f)
On January 4, 2013, a new directive implementing OSHA's Site-Specific Targeting 2012 inspection plan became effective. Over 2,250 establishments have been selected — based on their CY 2009 injury and illness data and other criteria.
Congratulations Rick Delawder of SWD, Inc. who will be serving as NASF President. Welcome to our new and returning board members. Click here for the full list
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Advancing a Sustainable Future
Have you turned on your lights lately, used the Internet or your portable phone, commuted to work or visited your doctor? You may not realize it, but you’ve relied on surface finishing. Millions of products we use every day are “finished” with some form of coatings technology, through processes and chemistries that are often not well-understood and appreciated for their vital role in manufacturing.
Surface technology adds value to products by making them last longer, look better or perform in ways that would otherwise be impossible. In this way, we contribute to the nation’s productivity, improve our quality of life and enhance our safety and security. Industries that use a range of surface finishing technologies include: electronics, automotive, aerospace and defense, energy, medical, agriculture, construction, tools and dies, shipbuilding, steel, plumbing and household appliances.
The National Association for Surface Finishing (NASF) is a trade association whose mission is to promote and advance a sustainable future for the North American surface finishing industry.
The association represents the business, technical and scientific, and educational interests of the industry as well as the advocacy efforts of the surface technology community in North America. The AESF Foundation is part of the NASF and focuses exclusively on the technical, education and research programs that reflect innovation in the field.
NASF in Your Area
NASF Chapters are an excellent way to connect with others in the surface finishing industry. Chapters are local groups of NASF members that connect through face to face networking and education to advance the surface finishing industry.
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Joining NASF is Easy!
If you are involved in the surface finishing community, NASF membership applies to you. Learn more about how you can get involved and join today.
For more information, contact Phil Assante, NASF Member Relations, at email@example.com or call 703.887.7235.