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ADAS Photo Competition

Calling all photographers…  Do you have an eye for interesting photos?  Would you love to see your images in an ADAS calendar?  Then we need you! ADAS is looking for a collection of diving related photos that will become the…

ADAS Renewal Reminders

ADAS has now moved to a fully electronic renewal reminders system, so please ensure your email address is up-to-date with ADAS to help us provide this service to you. Renewal reminders are sent to all ADAS certification holders two months…

Welcoming new ADAS Executive Director

ADAS is pleased to announce that Amanda Sordes has been appointed as the new Executive Director. Amanda will commence in the position of Executive Director on 20th April, 2020. The ADAS Board would like to thank all applicants, who demonstrated…

DMT certificates during the COVID-19 pandemic

Due the COVID-19 pandemic, we are aware that it will be difficult over the coming months to undertake DMT courses. To compensate for the reduced availability of training, and based on the timing of the impact of COVID-19 in Australia and New Zealand, ADAS has…

ADAS Nitrox Program

Work continues on the ADAS Nitrox program with courses expected to be available in early 2020. The ADAS Nitrox program which was first introduced in the May 2019 ADAS newsletter continues to be developed.  Recent industry consultation aided the development…

Supervisor Diploma Pathway

ADAS has developed a process which allows ADAS onshore supervisors who hold a partial Diploma of Hyperbaric Operations (Diving supervision) to gain a full Diploma by completing a program consisting of logged on-the-job experience and online learning in conjunction with…

ADAS Simulators

Two ADAS diving supervisor training simulators continue to be available for existing and prospective diving supervisors to undertake training, verification of competency, or panel time. Since the introduction of the ADAS Diving Supervisor Training Simulators in late 2010, the diving…

Pearl Diver Fatality Coronial Findings

In April 2012 a drift diver, Jarrod Hampton, died after undertaking routine drift diving work to collect pearl oysters.  Jarrod’s death has been investigated by authorities since that time with the Western Australia Coroner’s court releasing its findings in February…

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IMCA Resilience Awareness Program

The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) launched a Resilience Awareness Program in January 2018 which is tailored for people in the marine contracting industry and aims to assist organisations and individuals to cope with challenging issues and to build resilience…

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