All About LMJ International
Quality Systems Development (QSD) began operations in 1980, and changed our company name to LMJ International in January, 2003.
Below is a partial listing of our organizational history:
1980 - 1984: Quality Management, Inspection, and Audit Services for various aircraft, aerospace, and defense contractors Responsibilities included for the design, development, documentation, implementation, audit, and maintenance of Quality Inspection Systems (MIL-I-45208A) and Quality Assurance Programs (Mil-Q- 9858A).
1985 - 1987: Project Management and implementation of Supplier Control Quality Audit functions for such companies as Western Gear (Lucas Aerospace), McDonnell Douglas, Hughes Aircraft and Lockheed in accordance with Mil-I-45208A and Mil-Q-9858A. Additional responsibilities included the design, development, documentation and implementation of QA policy and procedures manuals for over 200 aircraft, aerospace, and defense contractors throughout the United States.
1988-1994: Lead instruction of the L. Marvin Johnson & Associates, Inc. QA Audit Techniques for Commercial, Government, and Nuclear Industries Training Course, and the IRCA-Registered Quality Management Systems Lead Auditor Training Course (ISO 9000). Over 1200 participants were trained in the over 100 courses presented worldwide.
QMS Audit Program coordinators for various Nationally and Internationally accredited 3rd party registrars responsible for conducting and leading certification and surveillance audits.
Provided in-house consultation, training, and facilitation in the design, development, implementation and maintenance of ISO9000 quality management systems to 100's of organizations around the world.
1996-2003: Responsible for the design, development, and lead instruction of the first accredited lead auditor training course ever presented in the United States specifically tailored to the ISO 14000 Series Environmental Management System Standards (EARA and ANSI-RAB accredited). Mr. Greg Johnson was the lead instructor of over 160 certified training courses and over 1500 participants.
Design, development, and lead instruction of the 40-hour certification Training Course, "Environmental Quality Audit Techniques for Commercial, Government, and Nuclear Industries". As a licensed training course by the U. S. Department of Energy and U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, over 40 courses have been presented to date….and counting.
Recognized experts and special advisors to the Registrar Accreditation Board (Now ANAB) on the development of the criteria for EMS Lead Auditor Course Providers and Auditor/Lead Auditor Certification Services for Registrars.
Responsible for providing training and program development to 100's of customers and clients in ISO 14001. President/CEO Gregory P. Johnson is the world recognized author of "The ISO 14000 EMS Audit Handbook" (St. Lucie/CRC Press, 1997).
Audit, program development and facilitation responsibilities to various clients in SAE AS9100, as well as NQA-1 (1987 through 2000 revisions) for DOE, support contractor and nuclear industries.
2003 - Present: Development and Lead Instruction of the NQA-1 Quality Assurance Lead Auditor Certification Training Course, formerly the L. Marvin Johnson & Associates, Inc. Course No. 101, Quality Assurance Program Audit Techniques for Commercial, Government, and Nuclear Industries……the first course ever designed, developed and presented for the quality auditor. These courses have been presented to over 6000 participants since 1970.
Management, administration and development of the National Certification Program for Nuclear Quality Assurance Auditors and Lead Auditors for Commercial, Government (DOE) and Nuclear Industries, with over 100 auditors certified since 2003.
Selected by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) as the licensed provider of the NQA-1 / 10CFR50 Appendix B Quality Assurance Lead Inspector Training Course, presented to NRC QA Program Inspectors in Atlanta, GA in 2008.
Operations Management of the Supplier Qualification and Assessment Group of three(3) major DOE support contractors, with direct responsibilities for NQA-1 supplier evaluations and maintenance of their Nuclear Approved Supplier's List.