Please browse the following articles covering various aspects of admiralty and maritime law provided by the Law Firm of Delise and Hall:
DIVING LAW PUBLICATIONS
The admiralty law is unique in its history and practice. Navigating the maritime law is oftentimes as precarious and unnerving as coming into port on a fog shrouded morning. It is very important to have a fundamental understanding of the Jones Act, doctrine of unseaworthiness, the benefits of maintenance and cure and other significant legal concepts as one works and plays in the diving environment. In an attempt to educate the diving communities on diving and maritime law Delise & Hall has published four booklets which deal with the unique legal issues faced by divers and maritime workers:
We are pleased to offer you these publications for FREE at no charge. Invest a little reading time before your next dive or next shift offshore. You’ll be a better diver because of it.
For United States Coast Guard Policies & Procedures, go to http://www.uscg.mil/foia/healy/Number%20101-218/num_180.pdf
For Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards, go to https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/commercialdiving/
For Association of Diving Contractors International (ADCI) Consensus Standards, go to http://www.adc-int.org/documents/C7918_REV2.pdf