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Fisk Marine Insurance International, LLC
A sailor assigned to the USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71) has died from complications of a COVID-19 infection. The sailor was found unresponsive during a daily medical check. While Naval Base Guam emergency responders were notified, CPR was administered by fellow Sailors and onsite medical team in the house,” read a statement from the service. 
To all KMDSI Technicians:
 Effective Immediately,  Dive Lab is granting Technician extensions to those who were not able to attend a re-certification class prior to the expiration date, due to COVID-19.
 The extension will cover all Technicians through September 1, 2020.
 We will not be issuing individual extensions.This letter will be used as your official extension.
 For any further questions, please contact dive lab directly at or call us at 850-237-2715.
Mr. Barth, who played a major role in all four stages of the Navy’s landmark program to open the depths to long-term habitation. died on March 26 at his home in Panama City, Fla., at 89. The cause was complications of Parkinson’s disease.
Chet Morrison Contractors, LLC

Many industries now are struggling to attract and retain the talent they need to continue growing.  Recruiting and retaining the next generation of divers needs to be a priority as they will determine the future of the commercial diving industry.
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Dive Commercial International, Inc.
Shearwater GeoServices said it has received project termination notices for two contracts in Asia Pacific.
The Lebanese Petroleum Administration has pushed back the closing date for applications to Lebanon’s second offshore exploration licensing round to June 1, 2020.
Borr Drilling Ltd. has issued an update on its offshore drilling rig fleet. The company has received letters of award for work in the Asia/Pacific region for two of its premium jackups, of which one is a newbuild being activated.
Kirby Morgan Dive Systems, Inc.
From the Pages of Underwater Magazine
It’s one thing to thank employees for a successful year, and it’s another thing to show them the money. When Richard Phillips was running a commercial diving company bearing his name, each employee got a small slice of the profits at year’s end, a meaningful reward that kept turnover low and served as a powerful word-of-mouth recruiting message.
Saab Seaeye Ltd



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