The National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority (NOPSEMA) of Australia has published Safety Alert 63 regarding the quality assurance of diving system audits.
Update as of 2 March 2017: Additional information drawn to the attention of NOPSEMA has made small changes necessary. The alert was re-issued as Safety Alert 63 Rev. 1, and has been passed on to IMCA members as IMCA SF 05/17 Incident 1 Clarification from NOPSEMA: Quality assurance of diving system audits.
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