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Old 22nd November 1999, 04:28 PM
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Interesting point. With QS9000 going the way of ISO16949, AIAG has to justify it's existance, don't they? Let's all say it together now... QS14000!

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Old 22nd November 1999, 06:21 PM
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Ah! QS-14000! Another automotive forum!
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Old 23rd November 1999, 12:35 PM
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Relax....pals. Let's think like an optimist. After you pay some grand for the system, you get some cent back.
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Old 24th November 1999, 08:36 AM
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Oops...i did it again...(the 100th time this week....LOL) i wasn't complaining or venting...i was just joking around that i need to slow down...I really do...i am ready for a horse and buggy week..... Nothing to do with the standard...sorry if i sounded bitchy....
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Old 1st December 1999, 11:57 AM
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Don't apologize Barb, We all have weeks like that.
I just figured it out...if I take every class that AIAG offers (no matter what it is) I should be COMPLETELY prepared for what ever the big 3 comes up with. Or they could just combine all of the programs and call it
ISO/QS/TS 16949900012342000...whatcha think?
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Old 1st December 1999, 03:57 PM
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Good Lord,

All these numbers you guys keep spouting is starting to make my head spin and give me Exedrin headache #292.

I thought I had a bunch to keep up with trying to comply with 29CFR, 40CFR, 49CFR, 10CFR, 8CCR, 22CCR, Army Regulations, Post Regulations, Corporate ****, and all the other stuff in the EHS realm.

You guys got it tuff.
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Old 10th December 1999, 03:03 PM
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Just read all the comments and thought I'd throw this in: my co-workers and I have heard that Ford told its suppliers that to qualify for Q1 status, they have to be QS-9000 registered.
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Old 11th December 1999, 12:22 AM
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Where did you folks 'hear' this?
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