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Safety in Diving

Three articles which show different aspects of safety at work and some interesting resources for you to use.   As always, dive team safety is an integral part of any work within the diving industry. Below are three articles which…

ADAS SCUBA Review

ADAS undertakes a major review of occupational SCUBA training. Many of you may now have heard about a tragic incident that occurred at an ADAS Accredited Training Establishment earlier this year, where trainee diver Mark Murphy sadly lost his life.…

Imca

IMCA Update

Jane Bugler of IMCA has provided the following information regarding IMCA systems. Underwater Lifting and Rigging IMCA has an active workgroup developing guidance on underwater rigging and lifting which is intended to complement IMCA’s offshore lifting operations guidance.  The workgroup…

ADAS Continues to Provide Opportunities

One of ADAS’ major purposes is the continual strive to not only improve diver safety but also to provide opportunities for ADAS card holders in Australia and internationally. This includes creating partnerships with international organisations so ADAS card holders can…

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New ADAS website

Welcome to the new ADAS website. Thanks for your patience during the necessary transition from our old website to the new version and we are sure it will be worth the inconvenience. The new look site still has all the information…

Imca

IMCA update

IMCA D 051 – Hyperbaric evacuation systems interface recommendations – Following feedback from a lifeboat manufacturer, IMCA has made some minor changes to the document to better reflect different sizes of lifeboats available.  After consultation, particularly with equipment manufacturers, the…

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What’s new in safety

News from NOPSEMA NOPSEMA has recently released a new Diving Project Plan (DPP) Concordance table to assist diving contractors seeking approval of DPPs and operators for diving projects in their review and approval of DPPs. For further information and access…

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