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Old 28th June 2000, 12:44 AM

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Hi .... I'm back .....
Still nothing from Chrysler but firm commitments from Ford and GM. If you are a member of ASQ I would suggest getting on subscription for their Automotive Excellence publication although the last issue was disappointing as it did not touch on what I would perceive to be on everyone's minds .... ISO/TS 16949 and ISO 14001. The Winter Edition published the following:
Ford: "Ford will require all production and non-production suppliers with manufacturing facilities to certify a minimum of one manufacturing site to ISO 14001 standard by December 31, 2001. Ford will require supplier manufacturing sites to be certified to ISO 14001 standard by July 1, 2003.”
GM: “By the end of 2002, GM will require its suppliers to certify the implementation of environmental systems (EMS) in their operations, in conformance with ISO 14001. It is our intent that all suppliers to General Motors implement an environmental management system by December 31, 2002.”
Unfortunately, none of my GM supplier clients has been officially notified by GM on this requirement.
Has anyone seen an official communiqué through NAO Worldwide Purchasing or elsewhere?

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Old 18th July 2000, 09:15 AM
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Question 14K and The Big Three

I have heard rumors centered around the Big Three mandating compliance and/or registration to ISO 14K. Does anyone have any recent information or sources to verify any of this?
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Old 18th July 2000, 09:18 AM
Don Reid

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We've been officially informed by Jaguar Cars (Ford) that we MUST be ISO14000 registered by the end of 2001.
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Old 18th July 2000, 10:48 AM
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Last Fall GM & Ford gave timelines for ISO 14000 conformance for their Tier 1 suppliers. Apparently GM will accept self delaration.
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Old 19th July 2000, 05:59 AM
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Did anyone take a look at the site on this last post.

I was going to get the free CD Demo but the download took too long.

As anybody got the CD?

PPS Beware. After registering on this site i received three automatic generated E mails in the space of the enxt 60 minutes.


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Old 19th July 2000, 11:46 AM
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Andy I got all the Emails too.

The program looks interesting. I've had to request a copy of the CD and may purchase it.

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Old 24th July 2000, 05:02 AM

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“Worldwide suppliers required to achieve ISO 14001 Certification”, (2000), (Ford Motor Company), Available:
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Old 28th July 2000, 02:41 PM
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At at recent Environmental lunch seminar put on by Motorola here in So. Florida, they [Motorola] stated that Ford was definitely requiring ISO 14001 but how deep in tiers they intended was not clear.
What was interesting though is that Motorola has generated an internal standard that addresses all of the ISO 9000 and all of the applicable federal OSHA requirements and they claim that it clearly satifies the requirements of ISO 14001.
I am currently trying to get a copy to review and will forward one to anyone desiring once I get it.

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