RESA – Rebreather Education & Safety Association
is a non- profit organization consisting of rebreather manufacturers and other similar entities.
RESA was developed in order to aid in improving the safety and education in the rebreather industry and to ensure that the appropriate framework is in place to suit this growing industry.
RESA’s operating objectives are to:
Promote a high level of safety awareness and training and to promote standards based development and manufacture of rebreather equipment, the quality of which is measured by third party audited Quality Management Systems.
- WOB testing Scrubber duration Mechanical testing (EN14143:2003 Section 6.5 or equivalent)
- EN61000 or other EMI testing (if electronics are fitted)
- Membership for RESA: Regular members, Associate members and Supporting members.
IART is a supporting member of RESA, authorized as a training agency for all rebreather manufacturers within RESA and actively contributing to raising International minimum training standards.
Rebreather Training Council | Website of the RTC
IART is a full member of the RTC and is significantly involved in the design of training and safety standards.
HSE: Information about health and safety at work
Our training standards are recognized by the HSE.
Fedas-Federation of Underwater Activities
The Spanish Federation of Underwater Activities is the highest Spanish sports authority in the field of underwater sports.
As a national association, it brings together the regional associations of the whole country.
He is a voting member of the World Confederation of Underwater Activities (C.M.A.S.)
Unsere Ausbildungsstandards sind durch die Fedas anerkannt.