IMCA - INTERNATIONAL CODE OF PRACTICE FOR OFFSHORE DIVING
The present formal paper prepared by the IMCA specialists and officially released by this organization has been primarily intended to assist all personnel involved in the offshore diving activities, contractor and client reps, owners of the vessels and crew members who are directly involved in the diving operations, OIMs (offshore installation managers) and rig managers employing divers, client representatives who are usually involved in the preparation of contracts and other documentation associated with the forthcoming diving operations, and in fact all other personnel involved in quality assurance and safety in any way. The present IMCA Code is offering the examples of god working practice and provides all interested parties with necessary advice on different ways in which the offshore diving activities can be done safely and effectively. It has to be noted that the provisions of the present Code have no any legal status; however, so many courts would definitely take into consideration a fact that a company providing the offshore diving services, was carrying out the associated works using the safe and officially accepted working practices. Apart from the intro, the publication provides the explanation of the terms, duties and responsibilities, info on the equipment, personnel, medical matters, work planning, emergency and contingency plans, and documentation.
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