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International Diving Regulators Forum

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International Diving Regulators Forum

The International Diving Regulators Forum[1] (IDRF) confirmed its principals and purpose at their meeting in London in September 2009. The statement of principals and purpose states “The forum has agreed to work together towards mutual recognition to identify and implement best practice in diver training and assessment with the objective of harmonising cross-border diver training outside Europe.”

Members of the IDRF include ADAS (Australia), DCBC (Canada), HSE (UK), PSA (Norway), and the Secretariat General to the Sea Progess Committee (France).

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  1. ^ The European Diving Technology Committee, (2010), Minutes of the EDTC meeting held on Sept 10th 2010 in Prague, Czech Republic accessed 13 September 2013
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