Diving And Insurance Symposium Scheduled Nov. 14-15 In New York
The first two-day Diving and Insurance Symposium to be held in New York City, sponsored by three internationally recognized organizations in the marine industry, will be held at the Statler Hilton Hotel, November 14-15, 1977.
The purpose of the Symposium is to provide a common forum for the mutual interchange of information on technical developments affecting diving safety standards and insurance rates within the American diving industry.
The Symposium is being sponsored by the Association of Diving Contractors, The Marine Technology Society, and The Maritime Association of the Port of New York.
The Symposium will be addressed by prominent authorities in the diving and marine insurance industries.
Luncheon speakers at the twoday event will be government personalities whose work is concerned with passage of legislation and formulation of rules and regulations governing marine operations.
Among the many subjects scheduled for discussion by speakers and the various panels are: The Law As It Relates To Divers, Diving Contracts and Insurance Problems, Safety For The Diver- Now and in The Future, Medical Development in the Diving Industry, Diving Insurance From An American and A London Insurance Broker's View, and Diving Insurance From An Underwriters Point of View.
Tickets for the Symposium cost $200 a person, and include registration fee, attendance at all conference sessions, coffee and danish breaks, cocktail receptions, two luncheons, and a printed copy of all Symposium proceedings.
Tickets may be obtained by writing to The Maritime Association of the Port of New York, 80 Broad Street, New York, N.Y.
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