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Can a company be registered to ISO 9001:1994?

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rmilholland

#2
I have read that there is a 3 year transition period for companies that are already certified to 1994, but once 2000 is out, you must be certified to it.

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Marc

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#3
Once the 2000 version is out, there won't be much sense in registering to a 'dead' document. Besides, the 2000 version is not that big a change.
 
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Brenda Mundroff

#4
What if you are in the process of registering a large organization and are about 1/3 already registered to the 1994 standard? Wouldn't it be nice to finish on one standard and then "upgrade" to the new version?
 

Marc

Captain Nice
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#5
I started with my clients back in January. I wouldn't even consider the 1994 version at this point. I don't even want clients to SEE the 1994 version. My suggestion? Draw up a matrix and address the 'proposed' Y2000 version issues now.
 
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rmilholland

#6
I talked with a couple of registrars today and their interpretation is that there is a 3 year transition after implementation of 2000. So if you are in process to 1994 you can still be certified, but the certification will only extend to the 3 year cut off point for 2000. Then after that 2000 is mandatory.
 
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