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New IMCA Safety Notice 16 Feb, 2006
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Chubasco Marine Services Feb 14, 2006
Chubasco Marine Services is currently accepting resumes for experienced commercial divers and tenders for Corpus Christi, Port Arthur and Houston areas. Topside and underwater welding, propeller repair and polishing, ships husbandry, general marine services & marine construction.
Part time or Full time position with health/dental insurance. Paid holidays & vacation. If you qualify, please fax resume to 361-884-1179 or by email to
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Oceaneering Seeks Commercial Divers Feb 13,, 2006



Oceaneering International, Inc. (OII), an underwater and engineering service provider is seeking to fill the following onshore and offshore positions: We are seeking Diving personnel to work core groups with rotations on our Inspection Vessels , 4 Pt vessels and DP DSV.




  • Divers, Job No. 2006-16
  • Tenders, Job No.  2006-17
  • Saturation Superintendents, 2006-30
  • Saturation Technicians, 2006-31



We are offering the following Sign- On bonus

Divers  $2,500   Supervisor $3,500   Superintendent $4,000  Tenders $2,500


Diver Tender Dive Hat Program


We offer a competitive salary and excellent benefits including medical, dental, vision, LTD, STD, AD&D, life insurance, prescription drug card, FSA, EAP and 401(k).  Subject to background investigation, medical and drug/alcohol screening.



Resumes can be e-mailed to:

Or mailed to: Human Resources

931 Hwy 90 East

Morgan City, LA  70380

Or faxed to:  (985) 395-8529






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ADCI Audit Process 2 Sep, 2005
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OSHA Interpretations Related to Commercial Diving 17 May, 2005
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United States Coast Guard Recognition of ADCI 4 March, 2005
During Underwater Intervention 2005 the United States Coast Guard presented a letter to ADCI from the Chief, Office of Compliance that notes recognition of the ADCI Consensus Standards as fully meeting and exceeding regulatory requirements for commercial diving operations found in 46 CFR 197. 

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Accident Reporting 10 Jan, 2005
Accident reporting requirements for commercial diving are as outlined in the attached informational resources.  All U.S. companies are affected by these legal requirements with respect to either the United States Coast Guard, or Dept. of Labor (OSHA).  Additionally, ADCI member companies must report the same details as required by Federal Regulations to ADCI as set forth in ADCI Policy Memorandum 3000.3  The link here will take you to the U.S. Coast Guard map to contact the appropriate Marine Safety Office.   OSHA can be contacted in essentially any area by consulting your telephone directory although; each U.S. company should have that contact data on file and readily available.  .
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ADCI General Member and Commercial Diving School Audit Process 21 Oct , 2004

Approved by the Board of Directors on 3 October, ADCI has officially released an audit process to better determine whether applicants for General Membership or, Commercial Diving Schools who are Associate members, have the procedures and systems in place to properly comply with the ADCI Consensus Standards for Commercial Diving and Underwater Operations 

The details of the system can be viewed by referencing the link set forth hereafter.

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