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IMCA’s Asia-Pacific section meeting schedule for Kuala Lupur

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IMCAFollowing an early morning closed meeting of the Asia-Pacific Section for voting members of the International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday 19 November, at 10:00 the meeting, being held at the Novotel Kuala Lumpur, will be thrown open to all members and guests.

Following a world-wide update on the work of IMCA’s two core and four technical divisions – Competence & Training; Safety, Environmental & Legislation; Diving; Marine; Offshore Survey; and Remote Systems & ROV – being given by relevant committee members; and an international regulatory update, there will be presentations on ‘The search for Malaysian Airlines flight MH370’ by Fugro Survey; and ‘OSV Market Outlook for Offshore Vessels’ being given by David Palmer of Pareto Securities; and ‘Lifeline’ the DVD of the Bibby Topaz diving incident will be show.

The meeting also includes a networking lunch. The full programme is available on the IMCA website www.imca-int.com in the Events section, and those intending to be present should contact events@imca-int.com or fill in the registration form athttp://www.imca-int.com/events/asia-pacific-section.aspx
 
About IMCA

  • IMCA is an international association with over a thousand members in more than 60 countries representing offshore, marine and underwater engineering companies. IMCA has four technical divisions, covering marine/specialist vessel operations, offshore diving, hydrographic survey and remote systems and ROVs, plus geographic sections for the Asia-Pacific, Central & North America, Europe & Africa, Middle East & India and South America regions. As well as a core focus on safety, the environment, competence and training, IMCA seeks to promote its members’ common interests, to resolve industry-wide issues and to provide an authoritative voice for its members.
  • IMCA publishes some 200 guidance notes and technical reports – many are available for free downloading by members and non-members alike. These have been developed over the years and are extensively distributed. They are a definition of what IMCA stands for, including widely recognised diving code of practice, DP documentation, marine and ROV good practice guidance, the Common Marine Inspection Document (CMID) – now available electronically as e-CMID, safety recommendations, outline training syllabi and the IMCA competence scheme guidance. In addition to the range of printed guidance documents, IMCA also produces safety promotional materials, circulates information notes and distributes safety flashes.

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