ADCI Audit Initiative: Driving Safety and Compliance in the Commercial Diving Industry (Webcast)

Presenters:

  • Phil Newsum, Executive Director, Association of Diving Contractors International

Original recording date: May 28, 2020

Duration: 34:29 minutes

Description:

The Association of Diving Contractors International, or ADCI, was founded in 1968 and represents the commercial diving industry with more than 500 members around the world. The establishment of industry-wide safe standards for commercial diving was the foundation upon which ADCI was built. In this episode, Phil Newsum, Executive Director of the ADCI, reviews the findings of the ADCI’s Audit Initiative which began March 1, 2017 and concluded March 1, 2020. The Audit Initiative was intended to evaluate whether a company is able to fully meet the requirements of the ADCI Consensus Standards, which are cited by OSHA, the Coast Guard and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers as the authority among of industry best practices.

Phil explains how the findings of the Audit Initiative will inform diving contractors how to provide safer service to clients and diver crews. He also describes how the ADCI Consensus Standards prevent safety and compliance issues in the commercial diving industry. By outlining the process of the ADCI audit - not to mention the challenges and surprises - Phil shows how other organizations can learn from ADCI’s experience to execute their own successful audit.   

 

By viewing this webcast, you will learn:

  • How the ADCI Consensus Standards prevent safety and compliance issues
  • The process of the ADCI audit
  • How other organizations can learn from ADCI's experience to execute their own successful audit

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