IMCA D 024 Rev. 2 DESIGN for saturation (bell) diving systems was published in July 2014. The latest revision of IMCA D 024 has now been published (Rev. 3). This Information Note summarises the changes that were made during the Rev. 2 to Rev. 3 update process.
Table 1 – Summary of Changes Made to IMCA D 024 During 2021 DESIGN Revision
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Information Note Details
Published date: 23 December 2021
Information note ID: 1595
- Dive technician competence and training
- Battery packs in pressure housings
- The initial and periodic examination, testing and certification of hyperbaric evacuation launch systems
- Guidance on auditing of diving systems
- Stainless steel in oxygen systems
- IMCA international code of practice for offshore diving
- Code of practice for the initial and periodic examination, testing and certification of diving plant and equipment
- DESIGN for saturation (bell) diving systems
- Marking of hyperbaric rescue systems designed to float in water
- Cleaning for oxygen service: Setting up facilities and procedures
- The selection of vessels of opportunity for diving operations
- FME(C)A guide for diving systems
- Acrylic plastic viewports
- Oil lubricated compressors
- Pressure Gauges and Other Forms of Pressure Monitoring Equipment Used in Conjunction with Diving Operations
- Diving Equipment Systems Inspection Guidance Note – DESIGN for Hyperbaric Rescue Unit (HRU) Life Support Packages (LSP)
- Guidance on the Systematic Assessment of Control Systems in Automated Diving Plant and Equipment
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