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Old 7th November 1999, 12:42 AM
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Ford and GM Require ISO14001

Have anyone heard about Ford,s requirement about their supplier to get not only QS9000 but also ISO 14001?
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Old 8th November 1999, 11:01 AM
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In the Ford-specific requirements section of the QSR manual, it says Ford suppliers are not required to pursue 3rd party registration to QS-9000. When did this change?

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Old 8th November 1999, 06:43 PM
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I always heard Ford required "compliance" not registration to QS. But they had a deadline..not just working towards.
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Old 8th November 1999, 07:18 PM
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Well - yeah. You have to have QOS and a plan for QS. Havta have a plan and havta be followin' the plan 'within reason'.
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Old 9th November 1999, 07:45 AM
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I think the Ford requirement for ISO14001 compliance is world-wide.
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Old 9th November 1999, 08:00 AM
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I just read on the Quality Digest website that GM also announced the ISO14000 compliance requirements for all its suppliers. Here we go again!
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Old 9th November 1999, 09:10 AM
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I've heard that FORD's supplier need to register for QS9000 in the year 2000, but ISO14000 no exactly due date.

So surprised that GM requires ISO14000, too.
Is this a 'shall' or 'should' or 'recommend'?
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Old 10th November 1999, 06:22 PM
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Ford will require manufacturing suppliers to conform to ISO14001 by 1 July 2003.

GM has set a deadline of 31 December 2002 for its suppliers and their own facilities (or so they say).
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