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Author Topic:   Integrating 14000 into QS9000 w T/E or ISO 9001
Linda Jurasin
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posted 23 March 2001 01:12 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Linda Jurasin   Click Here to Email Linda Jurasin     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I would like to know if anyone has or is in the process of integrating 14000 into their QMS. The division of the company I work for is QS9000 w T/E while the other three divisions are ISO 9001. We have an EMS implemented which pretty much follows the standard. However since receiving our letters from the Big 3 requiring 14000 certification, we are not sure if 14000 should be integrated into the ISO 9001 side of the business or QS9000 w T/E. I could use a lot of help so any information or comments would be appreciated.

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Randy
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posted 23 March 2001 01:55 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Randy   Click Here to Email Randy     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Pretty much follows the standard? Either it does or doesn't...there is no room allowed for pretty much.
If you've already got 9K & QS9K in place it would seem to me that the common elements between them shold be up and running. Check the matrix for 14, 9 & QS9, & compare their common traits. If you meet them great...if you don't, then you still have some work to do.

Ask yourself this big question. Are we being required by our customer to have integrated systems? Your actions will depend on that answer.

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