The Board’s annual meeting is scheduled for later this month in Naples, Florida. As is our practice, the meeting will again coincide with the UHMS Annual Scientific Meeting. Agenda items include a proposal to require minimum standards for hyperbaric safety director training courses. While the Board is not presently contemplating a certification program for safety directors we are concerned about varying program quality. In order for the Board to continue awarding educational credits for CHT’s who attend these courses, they will have to meet a set of faculty, course content and topic timelines expectations. It is anticipated that these minimum standards will be available for distribution in the coming month.
Dick Clarke, PresidentNational Board of Diving & Hyperbaric Medical Technology
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Updated June 15, 2017