Cooperation key as revised rules and regulations on SCUBA diving readied
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The proper handling of SCUBA diving as an outdoor sport is what the agency mandated to regulate the activity is aiming for as it crafts an improved set of rules and regulations (IRR) for it even as stakeholders underscored the need for cooperation to make the reforms successful.In an announcement made recently, the Philippine Commission on Sports SCUBA Diving (PCSSD), an attached agency of the Department of Tourism (DoT), said it is in the “final stages” of work before coming out with an IRR that is more efficient and in tune with the times.
Murillo, M. A. (2015, February 16). Cooperation key as revised rules and regulations on SCUBA diving readied. BusinessWorld, p. S2/7.
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Scuba diving; Recreation; Ecotourism; Tourism; Evaluation; Philippine Commission on Sports SCUBA Diving (PCSSD); National Tourism Development Plan; Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA); Government of Canada; Asian Development Bank (ADB-CIDA); BusinessWorld; Department of Tourism (DOT); Chan, Karen; Dieter, Heinz; Adie, Espino
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