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The 90 day Comment period mentioned below begins today February 19th 2015! We suggest you read each suggestion carefully and discuss it in the Divers Association Forums. There are serious implications in how the regulation is written and how they will be enforced.
Both positive and negative comments are taken into account. All comments are public record and can be viewed and made at the following site.http://www.regulations.gov Enter: Docket No. USCG-1998-3786 in the search and it will take the Area where you can comment and read others comments to the Coast Guard.
This is the PDF of the presentation, comments from survey respondents, and samples of the Operating Experience which INPO (Institute of Nuclear Power Operators) has given me permission to share with Commercial Divers all around the world. It is impo...
Today, thanks to the receptive Board of the Association of Diving Contractors International, YOUR Divers Association was allowed a room at the Convention Center in New Orleans to present Kyra Richter's EXCELLENT delivery of the Myth Busting survey and...
Standard stuff until you get to # 6:"Must physically run each dive undertaken on his shift and may only be relieved by a Dive Supervisor" Under current OSHA & Coast Guard CFR's there are no laws recognizing a License for Supervisor! DIVE SUPERV...
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...