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Subject:Re: HELP! ISO info needed... From:John Wilcox <wilcox -at- FRUGAL -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 19 Dec 1995 23:13:41 -0800
> Date: Tue, 19 Dec 1995 10:16:59 PST
> From: Matt Ion <soundy -at- nextlevel -dot- com>
> I know Techwhilers' list isn't exactly the appropriate place for this
> question, but you all ;) are the single group of people I have immediate
> access to that are most likely to have my answer...
I believe techwr-l is an appropriate place for the question.
> I need to find/acquire the actual text of ISO 14001 (new proposed draft -
> 14000 will do if I can't find that), an environmental subset of ISO 9000. I
> checked ISO's homepage but all they have is catalog listings and ordering
I went through something similar recently.
Sorry, but you have to buy the ISO docs, just like most other reference
books. They don't do all that work for nothing; they expect people to
pay for the information. In the USA, ISO docs are available through
regional offices of ANSI.