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ADCI Request for Comments
The Association of Diving Contractors International (ADCI) invites industry stakeholders to review and comment on the International Consensus Standards for Commercial Diving and Underwater Operations Edition 6.1.
Your comments will be considered for incorporation into the International Consensus Standards for Commercial Diving and Underwater Operations Edition 6.2.
The public comment period, beginning on May 20, 2015, will remain open for a duration of 90 days, ending on August 17, 2015.
Please click here to comment and review the revisions made between Editions 6 and 6.1.
The Gap Analysis between Editions 6 and 6.1 and the survey can also be found at underwatermagazine.com.
The ADCI welcomes your comments and values your input.
My questions to regulation.gov and Coast Guard
Many members of The Divers Association Int., I am a board member of this organization are afraid to post their comments on Docket No. USCG-1998-3786. The Coast Guard has listed/referenced The Association of Diving Contractors Int., throughout the proposed regulation. Weather the fear is just perceived or real they do not want this organization to see their names on anything that might go against what the ADCI has proposed to the Coast Guard.
1) Please explain who has access to where Anonymous postings come from?
2) If I post them as: Posting for a Third Party; will their individual comment have any weight, be considered, and will it be up for public view?
This is important to our members as they believe that I will pass on comments, even those that go against my own position and I do want to keep that trust?
All individual comments I post to the Coast Guard on 46 CFR Parts 8 and 197 will be posted here as well. As I make more comments I will add them to this post. Below are three specific questions the Coast Guard ask for comment on. I believe that question 3 is the most important so I responded to that one first SEE ATTACHED: