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ISO 9K/2K New Requirements

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Mike525

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Looking over some "junk" mail about ISO9000/2000, I noticed the statement about "33 new requirements." I've only taken a cursory glance at a draft copy that I once had, and really didn't notice any "new" requirements - just additional elaboration on requirements currently in the standard. I probably missed something, so, can anyone give a heads up on what these new requirements are? And, is there anyplace I can get my hands on a draft copy of ISO9K/2K?
 
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Roger Eastin

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If you wait another week or two, you'll be able to get the DIS version of ISO9000:2000. As I understand it, there were some changes made to CD2 and they'll reflected in the Draft International Standard (DIS) coming out soon. I'd check with ASQ in a week or so if I were you.
 

Marc

Captain Nice
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#3
Yeah - I guess it's about time to start a new thread on this. I've been too lazy to do a matrix or analysis myself. However, ASQC to the rescue.... Ahem....

Quality Progress - November 1999. Part 1 of a 2 part 'series'.

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Roger:Do please keep us informed. I'll want to order one right away.
 

Marc

Captain Nice
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#4
Hey Mike!
Looking over some "junk" mail about ISO9000/2000
Can you FAX me a copy of the advert you received? Or is there a web site or something?

513 777-3394
 
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Mike525

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The "junk mail" was an advert for Jack Kanholm's new book - something about "understanding the 33 new requirements of ISO 9001:2000." Yea, right - IMHO, anything this guy sends through the mail is "JUNK" as far as I am concerned. (Can I say this without slandering?)
 

Marc

Captain Nice
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#6
As Gilda Radner used to say on SNL: Oh! Never mind...

You're not too fond of Jack's products, I take it.
 
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