Welcome to the online version of the IMCA monthly summary.
Here you can find a handy list of all IMCA output – publications, information notes, minutes, news updates, events information and more - to help you catch up, or to identify the issues we’ve been working on that are the most important to you.
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- New standard contract for offshore wind projects ensures a fairer distribution of risk
- New colleagues welcomed boosting skills and capacity
- Bryan McGlinchy set to retire as diving lead
- New recommended practice aims to improve safety in shallow waters
- Coming together to explore the new offshore environment
- Compressed air rather than oxygen supplied to divers
- Failure of proportional valve in saturation chamber control
- Case study: saturation diver fatality due to hydrogen Sulphide
- Case study: confined space fatalities due to Hydrogen Sulphide
- High potential near miss: Crane part fell to deck
- High potential near miss: Dropped Paraguard stretcher during drill
- Failure of AHC cylinder causing oil leak to deck
- Vehicle incident – driver tiredness
- Positive: Master stopped unsafe fuel transfer whilst vessel alongside rig
No DP events published during this period.
- Diving in contaminated waters
- Guidelines for Walk to Work Operations
- A guide to DP electrical power and control systems
- DESIGN for saturation (bell) diving systems
- IMCA Marine Transport & Installation Renewables Contract
- ROV audit guidance
- Guidance on operational activity planning
- ADCI/IOGP/IMCA Diving Terms
- Guidelines on the management of survey and inspection data
- IMCA Code of practice for offshore cable laying in the renewable energy industry
- Interim Industry Transit Advice, Southern Red Sea/Gulf of Aden
- IMCA International Code of Practice for Offshore Diving: Gulf of Mexico Appendix
- Industry Transit Advice, Persian Gulf, Strait of Hormuz and Sea of Oman
- Important PRS considerations when operating close to an asset that is not rigidly fixed to the seabed