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Level 3 Inspection Achieves 100% Compliance in ISO 9001 & AS 9100 Certification
Date:1/13/2009

JUPITER, Fla., Jan. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Level 3 Inspection LLC (L3I) has successfully completed the Quality Management System (QMS) development by meeting or exceeding all of the requirements for ISO 9001 and AS 9100 Certification under the rules of the aerospace standard. L3I passed their ISO/AS audit with 100% compliance and zero non-compliance issues.

Starting in May of 2008, Vice President of Operations, Scott McAfee led the creation, organization and refinement of the comprehensive QMS documentation for procedures and processes that covered the entire L3I business. McAfee elected to create the company's QMS system completely online, for universal access to support, ease of editing and use, with proper login security.

In October, the company met their auditor to review the completeness, correctness, and compliance of the original QMS documentation system. After several weeks of work, including with an ISO and AS conformance consultant, L3I's management team, led by McAfee, finished the rest of the tasks and held their annual management meeting to review both the QMS system and the actual documented results from implemented procedures.

In late December 2008, the final audit was performed over the course of the two-day comprehensive evaluation. The company, its QMS system, and its implementation/usage of the system, all received the 100% compliance rating.

"This world-class international quality standard was imperative for our immediate business expansion plans," said Bill Greene, Vice President of Business Development. "There are some prospects and clients in the aerospace industry that require the ISO certification in order to qualify for business. We wanted to exceed that standard and get our AS certification, since this market is so properly and strictly conscientious," continued Mr. Greene.

Once issued by the audit review committee, L3I's certificates will be
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