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Spotlight at IMCA

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The Common Marine Inspection Document (CMID) will be coming under the spotlight at a meeting of the South America Section Meeting of the International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) in Macaé in Brazil on the afternoon of Wednesday 9 March. And, that is not all; Eduardo Gritti, of the Instituo de Ciências Náuticas (Institute of Nautical Sciences) will be delivering a presentation his organisation’s training centre.

The two presentations take place at the Comfort Suites Macaé after a networking lunch for members, and non-members interested in finding out more about the work of IMCA; and sessions bringing all at the event up to date on IMCA activities.

First, there will be a general update on the work of the association, which is dedicated to improving performance in the marine contracting industry, and then reports on both IMCA’s core activities (Competence and Training; and Safety, Environment and Legislation), and on the activities of the four IMCA technical divisions – Diving, Marine, Offshore Survey, and Remote Systems and ROV.

Edited from source by Stephanie Roker

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