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The Dive Company I work for is a member of this group. About eight months ago it became one of my work related duties to attend and participate. My boss generally gives me a lot of latitude in what meetings I attend in the diver safety area. I was given no option or latitude. To top it off; his instructions were also heavy on the participate part! I will quote their short self-description below.
The Divers Association would like to salute Commander Robert Smith on his Retirement. He is pictured here on the right. Many of you will not know who Commander Smith is and how important he has been to the Divers Association being a part of the Coast...
The below is from a discussion in our forums about regulation and Safety culture! Give it serious thought and get involved in the process. A little hint, in the end any diver who works internationally will come under IMO Diving Regulation, if you don’t get involved believe me dive personnel will end up the only one responsible for anything that goes wrong,
Some countries will take the easy route and make the IMO their countries Diving Regulation.
Every Dive Supervisor should read and keep a copy of this new Diving Supervisors IMCA Guidence. I will list just two of the things I like and there are many more. These two are simple but I believe go to the heart/basics of a dive suppervisors job. Un...
Definition of Sack: It is a place between your ears where you store your courage! The safest places to be a commercial diver are: The British and Norwegian Sectors of the North Sea. It has nothing to do with divers and supervisors being smarter or any...