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mercon@global.co.za
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posted 19 December 2000 08:55 AM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
How does the ISO 9000 revision affect QS 9000 and VDA 6.1?

Will QS 9000 and/or VDA 6.1 also be revised so that a similar, process model type format is followed?

Any assistance appreciated.

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Conrod Mercer

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posted 19 December 2000 01:12 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for vshields   Click Here to Email vshields     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
As of right now, ISO 9000/2000 has no effect on QS 9000. The new standard that will impact QS 9000 is TS 16949. This standard is not required at this point, but is recommended if you are a tier one supplier to other auto industries besides the big three. Most of the Quality community feels that it will be mandatory in about three years.

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posted 22 December 2000 06:17 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Eug¸ne   Click Here to Email Eug¸ne     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I don't see a reason for changing VDA 6.1. Although VDA 6.1 is based on ISO 9000:1994, it is not structured like ISO 9000, so a new ISO 9000 structure won't affect VDA 6.1. I think that VDA 6.1 will follow the same road as QS9000, within three years it's over and then we have to go for the much more expensive TS. (I always thought the quality systems were meant to save money).

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