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Submitting a diving start-up notice
Following acceptance of a diving safety management system, any diving works planned to be conducted must be submitted in writing to the regulator.
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Petroleum and geothermal energy operations - Diving start up notice
Under the WHS PAGEO regulations no diving is permitted on a diving project unless a start-up notice has been given to the regulator at least 14 days before diving is due to commence. (r.94(2))
The operator of the diving project must provide a start-up notice to the regulator. If there is no operator, the diving contractor must provide a start-up notice to the regulator.
A start-up notice is a written notice that must be completed and signed and dated by or for the person giving it and contain the following information: (r.94(1))
A guide providing information to diving contractors on the preparation and lodgement requirements of diving start-up notices is currently being drafted and will be available shortly.
In accordance with r.77, the regulator keeps a register of each DSMS and revised DSMS received
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