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Mission Statement The Divers Association is a non-profit international organization formed for the sole purpose of promoting commercial diving safety through regulation and education. It is not anti or pro any Diving Contractor Association or Union....
The Divers Association Int. will be holding the two following workshops at Underwater Intervention On February 12, 2015 At Underwater Intervention in room 343 1. Myth Busting Safety Attitudes in Commercial Diving by Kyra Richter, Board Member, Divers...
IOGP 478 “This recommended practice covers evacuation and recovery of saturation divers on-board a vessel or facility. It also addresses divers’ time in submersible compression chambers (diving bells) and habitats when the need for evacuation is requir...
Unique Maritime Group (UMG) announced today that it has set up the first Hyperbaric Reception Facility (HRF) in the Middle East thus raising the safety level for all divers currently operating in this area to a new level. The purpose built system by U...
IMCA North America The Divers Association International has been attending and participating in IMCA North America meetings. The monthly meetings are chaired by Allen Palmer and held at Cal Dives Corporate headquarters in Houston. Allan Palmer has an o...
The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) has recently published the revised document ‘Hyperbaric Evacuation Systems (HES) Interface Requirements’ (IMCA D 051 Rev. 1); and an Information Note that demonstrates the importance of cross-industry collaboration of a topic as vital to safety as hyperbaric evacuation.
Brian Pilkington died when the compressor supplying air caught fire filling his helmet with smoke. Although diving below an oil drilling platform during a joint USCG American Bureau inspection the USCG did not interview a single witness for three years and the Coast Guard Officer in charge of the inspection on site that day could not remember being there