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CDA(S) Diving Safety Seminar 2016
August 19, 2016 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
On behalf of the Commercial Diving Association (Singapore) – CDA(S) – we would like to extend an invitation to you to our annual CDA(S) Diving Safety Seminar 2016.
Seminar CDAS 2016 Event Highlights
The Commercial Diving Association (Singapore), with the support of the Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Employees Union (SMEEU), will be conducting a Seminar on Diving Safety topics on 19 August 2016. As before, this year’s Seminar aims to promote Workplace Safety & Health for the Commercial Diving industry.
Mr Patrick Tay, NTUC Asst. Secretary General, MP for West Coast GRC and GPC Chairman for Manpower, will be gracing our event as the Guest of Honour. Speakers from the Ministry of Manpower, the Employment & Employability Institute and the commercial diving industry will be presenting on WSH legal requirements for Commercial Diving competence and equipment. There will also be sharing of Best Practices of Commercial Diving by industry partners
The Details of the Seminar are as follows:
|Organiser||Commercial Diving Association (Singapore)|
|Supported by||Singapore Marine Engineering Employees Union SMEEU|
|Focus||Inland/Inshore Commercial Diving Safety & Health in Singapore|
|This Year’s Theme||“Legal requirements for diver competence and diving equipment”.|
|Date||19 August 2016 (Friday) 2.00pm to 5.00pm – *Registration starts at 1.30pm|
|Location||Auditorium at TÜV SÜD PSB Building, 1 Science Park Drive, Singapore 118221|
|SDU Points||SDU points for WSHOs are pending approval. Refer to the CDA(S) website for updates.|
|Admission||There are no admission fees, but due to limited seats, registration is required|
The Seminar is free and open to all. However, due to limited seating, registration is required. Please email to Events@cdas.com.sg for Registration. Remember to check out this website for the latest updates on the Seminar. If you are a WSH Officer, please also advise us during registration, so we may advise you on the SDU points awarded, which are currently pending approval.