It has been bought to IMCA’s attention that a number of members have been required by their client to make changes to their operations, or to undertake additional activity on the basis of information published in IMCA safety flashes.
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Therefore, any actions, lessons learnt, recommendations or suggestions in IMCA safety flashes are generated by the submitting organisation, rather than by IMCA itself. IMCA safety flashes provide, in good faith, safety information for the benefit of members, and do not necessarily constitute IM
The remainder of the events in this safety flash focus on diving related incidents.
IMCA Safety Flashes summarise key safety matters and incidents, allowing lessons to be more easily learnt for the benefit of all. The effectiveness of the IMCA Safety Flash system depends on Members sharing information and so avoiding repeat incidents. Please consider adding [email protected] to your internal distribution list for safety alerts or manually submitting information on incidents you consider may be relevant. All information is anonymised or sanitised, as appropriate.
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IMCA makes every effort to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the data contained in the documents it publishes, but IMCA shall not be liable for any guidance and/or recommendation and/or statement herein contained. The information contained in this document does not fulfil or replace any individual’s or Member's legal, regulatory or other duties or obligations in respect of their operations. Individuals and Members remain solely responsible for the safe, lawful and proper conduct of their operations.