[QUOTE=Sushil Kamar]Thank u very much Sir, But I was not confirm that copyright rules is applicable to draft standrd also.[/quoet]
I believe ISO enforces copyright rules to their draft versions, as well. Oh, by the way, I'm female...not a "sir".
But you aren't the first to call me that.
In Reply to Parent Post by SilverHawk
The ISO 14001:2004 published and issued on Nov. 15, 2004 is an official document. Period! It is no longer a draft and ISO 14001:2004 IS not A DRAFT. It is an international standard now.
Perhaps, each country member may take a while to get ISO 14001:2004 to be adopted into their own national standard.
You are correct, SilverHawk, that the document issued earlier this month was indeed the official
revision to ISO 14001. There could be something as simple as communication issues at play here.
And, yes, I wouldn't be surprised if it takes member countries, whose official language is not one of those immediately published by ISO, a few months to catch up. I believe Claes even mentioned it would take several months before ISO 14001:2004 would be published in his native Swedish...so he was going to spend his time perusing the English version.